Changing habits while maintaining your energy
Relying on habits enables us to save our energy. Yet, it happens that these habits are no longer suited to a situation or needs that have changed. How can we evolve them?
We all have a natural preference for what is familiar to us. Yet, to adapt to circumstances, companies and their staff must constantly reinvent themselves, which requires that they get out of their usual thinking patterns. How can you nurture this healthy habit?
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?
Turn failure into a springboard
Company leaders generally perceive failure as a setback rather than a means to learn and improve. How can you make use of your failures—and help your employees do the same?
Feedback, an uncomfortable but invaluable exercise
Feedback is often an uncomfortable exercise both for those who give it and those who receive it. Yet, it almost always brings useful insights. How can we derive greater benefit from the feedback we receive?
Aim for excellence in your managerial practices
How can you find the right combination of the various components that constitute the quality of managerial practices? Following Google’s example, you can take inspiration from methods used in operational excellence and experimental science.
Learn by experience
Conventional training, whether educational or continuous, only accounts for 10% of leaders’ learnings. They learn most from field experience. How can we make the most of such experience?
Grow from your mistakes
Companies inevitably make mistakes. By identifying and analyzing their mistakes, companies can turn them into learning opportunities and thus avoid repeating them.
Failure, a critical part of leadership development
Failure is a great learning opportunity, and thus an essential component of leadership development. How can people learn from their mistakes and find the nerve to bounce back?
Developing your open-mindedness
There is nothing natural about questioning our own choices. And yet, in a world in which the rules change quickly, it is more necessary than ever. How can we give ourselves the means to quickly reconsider our judgments?
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