Reaching an executive management position
Becoming a senior executive does not only involve taking on extended responsibilities: the conditions of success are often different from what we expected. How can you best prepare for these new demands?
Joining the leadership team—what are the stakes?
Being appointed to a senior executive position or entering the executive committee sounds like a consecration. But the transition often proves much more difficult than imagined. How can you prepare for this major change?
From manager to leader
High-performing managers are sometimes surprised when they don’t get a promotion or are evaluated below their expectations. Indeed, even in operational positions, managers must demonstrate leadership qualities such as strategic perspective, the ability to influence others and to lead change.
Taking a job abroad
A move abroad constitutes a challenging time. Cultural differences, especially, are manifested in a more complex way than foreseen. How can one decipher their impact more effectively to succeed in this job transition?
The keys to a successful job transition
Job transition is a hazardous moment. Especially, care must be taken not to rely too much on past strengths, as the new role may require new attitudes. How to make this transition successfully?
Becoming a top executive: a change in perspective
When taking on a top management position, executives must realize that they need to change their mindset accordingly.
Successfully onboarding new employees
Very few companies have a really satisfying onboarding process. Yet, the latter largely determines the commitment and loyalty of the newcomers. How can you welcome new staff members really well?
Grasp the invisible dynamics of the organization
Organizations often have a life of their own, whatever the efforts of their leaders to control it. How can you decode organizational dynamics to better influence them?
Build a constructive relationship with your boss
Employees are frequently frustrated by their relationship with their boss. Is this inevitable? Not necessarily. For the relationship to be successful, employees and their superiors must share responsibility. How to define your positioning as a subordinate?
Effective upward management
How to develop a constructive relationship with your hierarchical superior? By basing this relationship on mutual respect, understanding and by seeking areas of complementarity.
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