Working as a team to thwart the traps of memory
Overcoming the subjective and imprecise nature of memory by putting various people’s memories in common.
Shifting from confrontation to dialogue
How can we establish a true dialogue to get the teams to commit to change?
Get back into the habit of asking questions
Business leaders are rarely represented as people who question themselves. Yet, managers should be equally able to question as they are to affirm; but it seems this capability has somewhat been lost. How to get it back?
Co-design: Knowing how to dialogue
In a digital era that forces us to be more agile, open and cooperative, the aptitude for dialogue is an essential condition to innovate and adapt. How can you develop your ability to hold constructive team discussions?
Ask questions to engage people
The culture of asking questions is not very widespread in corporate circles. Yet, it is an invaluable driver of engagement and progress. How can we get the most out of it to mobilize energies?
How to become a good listener
The ability to listen is both one of the main tools of managerial influence, and the most underestimated. How can you develop listening skills to improve your interpersonal relationships?
Many psychological traps make interpersonal communication difficult. How can you combat misunderstandings and communicate better to facilitate interactions?
Three sources of misunderstanding to overcome for better communicating
Developing the quality of your communication by avoiding misunderstandings.
Social intelligence in the age of remote relationships
How to develop our interpersonal skills?
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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