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- Team building
- Lateral leadership
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How to manage teams to help them give the best of themselves? Which style to choose? How to deal with difficult situations?
Recent studies provide intriguing evidence that people are most motivated when they feel they are making efficient progress toward their goals. How can you use this finding as a springboard for thinking on how to optimize resources while reinforcing employee job satisfaction?
Conflict is part of the everyday landscape for most leaders and managers. However, we generally find it extremely difficult to react calmly to conflict. How can we understand and hence better manage our spontaneous reactions?
What could be more painful than facing opposition when you have worked long and hard on a project? Your attitude toward opposition is decisive. How can you listen to and understand opposition without neglecting your allies or the silent majority?
Conflict can actually enhance performance when constructive discord reflects important company issues. How to ensure that disagreements add value and do not degenerate into destructive power struggles?