Manager-coaches faced with the fears of their teams
Fear is ubiquitous in companies. Often considered a weakness, it can also prove fundamentally useful. How can managers help their staff manage their fears and overcome them?
Deciding while under pressure
When we make decisions, we are inevitably subjected to biases—that are all the more powerful when we are under pressure and the stakes are at their highest. How can you nonetheless secure the vital strategic decisions?
Addressing the upheavals of the global markets
The globalized organization is generally considered to be a reference model. Yet, distance remains a real obstacle, all the more so since this model is today confronted with several disruptions. How can you rethink your performance levers on international markets?
Prepare the future by observing the present differently
Prospective analysis is indispensable today to respond to ever faster technological changes. Yet, this requires that we can lucidly project ourselves in the future… How can we acquire a real strategic thinking tool?
Faced with the challenges and constraints of the 21st century, managers have to adjust their roles and attitudes. How to adapt leadership to the demands of the working world of the future?
The intuitive leader
Our focus on logical reasoning has diminished our appreciation for the importance of emotions and intuition. Yet, intuition can be extremely powerful, provided you don't trust it blindly. How to make your intuition more reliable?
Decision-making processes are strewn with traps. How can we identify and avoid the psychological biases that cause us to make mistakes?
Protect yourself against strategic blindness
Companies that believe they are invulnerable are often in for a rude awakening. How can you avoid the tendency to ignore unpleasant truths?
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