Rachel serves as Chief Operations and Promotions Officer at Air France’s Digital Factory. Having some familiarity with NUMA’s acceleration programs in the past, Rachel liked the idea of a pragmatic and modern approach to training programs. Hot topics of the program: OKRs, feedback, becoming a helping coach for her team...
Getting familiar with modern goal-setting methodologies: she was used to classic goal-setting methods, but wanted to prepare for a global restructuring of the process.
OKRs: Starting in September, Rachel began implementing OKRs to foster commitment, motivation, and collaboration among her team.
Master her weekly kick off: Rachel no longer stresses out about giving top-down recommendations that turn out to be helpful guidelines for her team.
No notes: Rachel internalized the benefits of note-taking and set up a follow-up system for accountability.
Lack of punctuality: Rachel realized the importance of punctuality in her relationship with colleagues and how it affects her 1:1 meetings.
“NUMA differs from other programs in that it gathers people from different companies, while encouraging meaningful interactions. This has a significant impact on the discussions, making them more open and unbiased. Our NUMA coaches found just the right balance between theory and practice, and a new ‘team spirit’ emerged from my cohort."