Willpower Strategies with Yannick Bollati

  • 13 Sep 2010
  • 18:30
  • Hilton Brussels - Boulevard de Waterloo, 38 at 1000 Brussels


Networking Dinner: Willpower Strategies


Efficiency in the work environment is about making fast and smart decisions, at anytime and about all things at hand. Efficiency is having the right answer to the question «what to do next» within an environment where information surge, tasks overload and conflicting objectives are the norm.

Efficiency for a manager should not be confused with pure productivity. The question is not to do «more» but to act on the «right» tasks at the «right» moment. Often, less experienced managers can exhaust themselves, working very hard without a tactical and a strategic vision.


Efficiency is about having a «personal efficiency process» that allows fast processing of incoming information, smart sorting and organization of data and tasks as well as a habit of focused work based on clear priorities and decisions.Templay coaching program is designed for professionals, managers and executives that are already skilled professionals in their field but are losing energy and focus by having a suboptimal way of organizing their personal workflow.


Efficiency is not a knowledge; it's a behavior.


Learning some theory about time management best practices will not produce concrete change. Efficiency is also very much about how each of us «think»; it is very personal. We all have different habits, different strengths and weaknesses when it comes to organization. Templay's coaching program is designed to address all those aspects. Changing behavior is made possible by hand's on coaching, at the manager's desk, improving efficiency concretely within his existing tasks set, using and improving his existing working environment both physical and IT. Templay's coaching program is personal. While the core principles and best practices are always the same, it is crucial that each person applies them at is own pace and within his own personal set of tasks and projects. Hand's on personal coaching is the guarantee of fast and concrete change.

Our speaker:

A French telecomengineer Yannick Bollati began his career with IBM as an information systems and networks specialist for stock markets and trading desks. On multiple occasions, he spent time in IBM laboratories in the United States. In 1995 he became the manager of a team of consultants in London working on multiple projects in ten European countries, and established one of the first internal collaborative information sharing platforms for all of his teams.

In 1998, he joined Capco, a young start-up company offering consulting services for banks that grew from 10 to 800 people in the span of 18 months, with offices on three continents. Yannick was one of the Partners who led this growth. He recruited new teams, developed consulting services in the field of risk management, managed major transformation plans for banks and financial institutions, and managed several off-shore development teams in India, all in a very dynamic, multicultural international environment.

From 2004 to 2007, Yannick was the Managing Director of SF-Investments, a Belgian venture capital firm that invests in young technology companies. He was appointed CEO of a Web 2.0 Internet/Media company in which SF-Investments held a stake, and served in this position for two years.

In 2008, Yannick Bollati founded Templay applied business efficiency.

Participation  & how to reserve

The  dinner is opened to non-member 

TIME:  19.30 – 22.00 .

VENUE: Hilton Brussels - Boulevard de Waterloo, 38 at 1000 Brussels 
            Map link:  http://www1.hilton.com/en_US/hi/hotel/BRUHITW-Hilton-Brussels-hotel/directions.do#localmap

PRICE:   members: 45 Euro                  non-members: 55 Euro

RESERVATION: Please reserve by September13th  at 12:00 pm latest with register@pwi.be
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