Channeling your internal discourse
Whether we are aware of them or not, those “little voices” that speak to us from our innermost depths are an integral part of how we function. How can we channel this internal dialogue to turn it into an ally?
Spotting and fighting our defensive reasoning
We often adopt behaviors that are at odds with our values. Defense mechanisms, most often unconscious, are behind this phenomenon. How can we get rid of these defensive reactions?
Rehabilitating sensitivity within the company
A high level of sensitivity is rarely well regarded in the workplace. Yet this way of operating has numerous advantages. How can we give highly sensitive persons the room they require?
Managing emotions during a negotiation
Emotions play a major role in the course of a negotiation. How can we learn from recent research in behavioral psychology and neuroscience to take advantage of these emotions, rather than suffering from them?
The illusion of objectivity
Reflexive thinking is indispensable to react and make decisions efficiently, but may also distort our perception and ossify our way of thinking. How can we avoid being trapped in our cognitive illusions?
Develop your emotional intelligence
Everyone knows today that EQ is an essential factor in performance. Even so, emotional intelligence often remains an abstract concept. How can it be developed?
Manager-coaches faced with the fears of their teams
Fear is ubiquitous in companies. Often considered a weakness, it can also prove fundamentally useful. How can managers help their staff manage their fears and overcome them?
Seeking inspiration from stoicism to manage stress
How can you remain clam when the situation becomes tense and escapes your control? In the turbulent environments of today, the precepts of stoicism are more topical than ever.
Sharpening our self-awareness
Self-awareness is a determining factor in professional success. It is also a complex and intimate topic. How can we develop the means to function with a better understanding of ourselves?
Neuroscience and change
Our brain likes habits. To the extent of being opposed to any change? In reality, neuroscience demonstrates that we can adapt our practices in change management to the functioning of our brain.
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