Valorizing and retaining your experts
As experts take on an increasingly crucial role in companies, their career development requires a differentiated approach. How can we set up dedicated channels to make them feel valued and retain this strategic human capital?
Adapting in the age of on-demand talent
Nowadays, as self-employment experiences a new surge, companies must adjust to this new situation. How can you attract, develop and retain staff members you no longer “own”?
Choosing the right leaders in turbulent times
How can one choose future leaders, who will renew the business without alienating its identity? Rather than defining an ideal profile, mixing various styles and experiences is the best way to face today's and tomorrow's challenges.
Diversify career management
The working world has changed. Flexibility and personalization are the new watchwords in career management. How can you adapt career paths for increasingly diverse employee profiles?
Prepare the leaders of tomorrow
Many companies are obliged to look outside the company for a new CEO, given the lack of credible home-grown candidates. How to establish an effective system to detect and prepare the leaders of tomorrow?
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?
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?
Knowing that diversity is a source of performance, many companies try to attract more personnel with varied profiles. Yet, they also need to be able to really take advantage of this diversity. How can you integrate these staff without erasing their differences?
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?
Employees 3.0: how to manage them?
The digital revolution has fundamentally changed staff members’ expectations: less formal and more personalized relationships, greater flexibility in career choices… How can you evolve your HR management accordingly?
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