Gaining in eloquence
Presenting ideas verbally is never an easy task. Beyond solid arguments, speaking the right way is necessary to catch the attention of an audience, and push them to take action. How can you maximize the impact of your spoken message?
Dare to express your views
Paradoxically, in a business world branded as tough, managers often have a hard time expressing clearly what must be told. It is because this requires a self-confidence that is not always well established. How can you develop this quality?
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?
Reinforce the company culture
Companies with a strong culture perform better over time than their competitors. But what is meant by company culture? And how can you turn it into an asset to mobilize your teams?
Implementing a successful reorganization
In a context of permanent change, companies need to reorganize frequently—but results are rarely satisfying. How can you maximize your chances of success in a reorganization initiative?
Boost the involvement of your teams
Teamwork is not always a guarantee of effectiveness. Yet there are companies where the team members pull each other towards the top. How can you use these experiences to develop teams that are deeply involved and in search of excellence?
Differentiate through corporate identity
To differentiate a company in saturated markets, its project, convictions and culture are increasingly important. How can you promote them in a compelling and credible manner?
Grab attention… and keep it!
In the era of infobesity and chronic distraction, how can you grab the attention of your audience and retain it over time? Understanding the psychological and cognitive underpinnings of attention is invaluable to achieve this goal.
Take responsibility for change
To make things change, we have a lot more leeway than we think. How can we take responsibility for creating the changes we want to see implemented?
Cultivate your strategic agility
When it comes to developing agility, the first challenge is about information. Among all signals of change coming from diverse horizons, how can we spot those that require our vigilance?
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