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ITEX 440 - Do you dance?


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ITEX 440 - Do you dance?

  1. 1. “Do you dance?”<br />
  2. 2. Why “dance”?<br /> “Dance is the only art of which we ourselves are the stuff of which it is made.” –Ted Shawn<br /> Companies are formed of different people, with different personalities, behaviors, results, with different motivations, shortly with different dancing styles. Literally every business has in different proportions employees that can perform and create profit and employees who won’t or can’t “dance”.<br /> Here are some sketched typologies: <br />
  3. 3. Flamenco Dancer<br />Fabian Perez – “Flamingo III”<br />Passionate and extremely dynamic, the flamenco dancer always shows remarkable results in his work. He is a good team dancer but has an individual talent which can differentiate him amongst others. The flamenco dancer strongly believes in the company’s values, knows extremely well the steps to be followed and the “dance” rules and respects them precisely, being in the same time creative. <br />
  4. 4. Street Dancer<br />Pedro Alvarez – “Street Dance”<br />Always original and innovating, this dancer has the tendency to break the rules for a noble cause: to accomplish something better, newer and more beautiful. Individualist but also a good team player, the street dancer always has exceptional results with little cost. Capable of making superhuman efforts, he is the one who can mobilize better than anyone the team he is integrated in. <br />
  5. 5. Waltz Dancer<br />Elegant and with great experience, the waltz dancer is always diplomat and shows a fair-play attitude. He respects his partners and grows in others respect for him, his results delight and make profit in the same time.<br />
  6. 6. Ballet Dancer<br /> Credit Louise Nadeau – “Sparkling Jewel”<br />The ballet dancer is the most experienced and hard working of all. He is very rigorous in his work, always respects the rules of the dance making precise moves therefore having extraordinary results. He makes his dance seem very easy and effortless all of this being the result of many hours of hard work and practice plus a natural skill and commitment to his work.<br />
  7. 7. Chicken Dancer<br />It is obviously the employee that neither managers nor colleagues want. Mostly preoccupied by the amusing part of the dance more than the serious part of it, the chicken dancer implicates himself only superficially, is funny but unproductive, and moreover he is disturbing others interfering in their artistic act. (Imagine him next to a flamenco dancer for example and you will understand!).<br />
  8. 8. In conclusion:<br />The above list can continue covering an infinite number of typologies. How many may be in your company, the question remains the same: Do you know how your employees “dance”?<br /> ITEX 440 helps you discover “the dancers” of your company and the way they perform. Contact us at to receive more details!<br />
  9. 9. ITEX 440 – More than 360°<br />Coming soon!<br />