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What skills to develop to best hold your role as a manager or leader? What tools to rely on? What subjects to put into practice?
Our intuition is astonishingly effective at mobilizing the knowledge stored in our brain in a fraction of a second. However, intuition is not infaillible. Subject to many biases, our intuition may easily lead us into error.
Happiness is not the consequence of success. Research in neurosciences shows rather the reverse: happiness is a decisive causal factor of performance! How can we improve performance by cultivating happiness?
"Agile" companies need visionary leaders and inventive employees. Although some people are naturally more creative than others, we all possess creativity and inventiveness skills. How to develop the right mindset to foster creativity?
Many managers feel that they must run faster and faster just to stay in place. How much of this is real and how much is simply a matter of perception? How can they liberate themselves of self-imposed demands?
Our focus on logical reasoning has diminished our appreciation for the importance of emotions and intuition. Yet, intuition can be extremely powerful, provided you don't trust it blindly. How to make your intuition more reliable?