Brilliant, over-performing employees… How should we manage them?
Managing outstanding employees creates real challenges in terms of integration and support. How can you take inspiration from the experience of coaches of legendary sports teams to manage these “star” employees?
Management by objectives in the agile era
When management by objectives takes into account the constraints of the agile era, it remains a formidably effective tool. How can you help your teams choose and reach their objectives in a context of uncertainty and permanent change?
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?
Dealing with a “difficult” boss
What can you do when faced with a “difficult” boss? Rather than enduring him/her, you should rather seek to modify your relationship with him/her. By understanding the underlying triggers behind your hierarchical superior’s stance, how can you influence his/her attitude and behaviors?
The traps in team dynamics
Theoretically, a team performs better than isolated individuals do. However, these team dynamics are vulnerable to pernicious effects. How can you rely on the psychology of groups to counter these drifts?
The keys to lateral leadership
Today, hierarchical authority is becoming less effective in obtaining the adhesion of partners and employees. Managers must thus develop their lateral leadership skills.
Obtaining commitment through participation
How can you get the people of your organization to commit themselves and show a sense of initiative? By creating the conditions that enable them to participate in the company strategy.
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