Leadership beyond words
How to be a persuasive leader? By mastering your body language, which is a more powerful vector of communication than words.
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.
Becoming a top executive: a change in perspective
When taking on a top management position, executives must realize that they need to change their mindset accordingly.
Leadership speeches that work
How can you assert leadership in the art of oratory? Speakers must recognize that emotions play an essential role, in addition to logical arguments.
Cultivate social networks
Networking is an effective driver to break down organizational silos. How to build your own network and encourage your subordinates to do so as well?
Courage, an essential leadership quality
Growing uncertainty and often contradictory demands make courage an essential leadership quality. But what is courage? How can people learn to understand and manage their fears?
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?
Dare talk about prejudices
To manage diversity effectively, it is necessary to dispel the taboo that often surrounds prejudices. How can we identify them and counter their harmful effects?
Channeling your internal discourse
Whether we are aware of them or not, those “little voices” that speak to us from our innermost depths are an integral part of how we function. How can we channel this internal dialogue to turn it into an ally?
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