What are the qualities and skills required to lead individuals or organizations towards their goals? More generally, how to train and engage teams?
Developing your open-mindedness
There is nothing natural about questioning our own choices. And yet, in a world in which the rules change quickly, it is more necessary than ever. How can we give ourselves the means to quickly reconsider our judgments?
Exercising strategic leadership
An organization’s success hinges before all else on its leader’s work behind the scenes to ensure the fine-tuning of internal dynamics. How can the workings of this strategic game be mastered?
Defining your company’s corporate purpose
More and more companies are choosing to clearly state what they provide to society. But there is nothing anodyne about this approach: it must be at the same time collective and efficient, inspiring and rooted in reality. How can it be steered?
Building a close-knit and efficient team
The pandemic situation is leading to a period when working is reinvented. How can we combine the best of “everyone in the office” with this of “everyone working remotely”? This involves reviewing the fundamentals of what makes a team performant.
Sharpen your sense of politics
We often consider only the downsides of the corporate political game. In reality, it constitutes a dimension that any business leader should master to increase his/her influence and ability to take action. How can you develop this essential leadership lever?
Get back into the habit of asking questions
Business leaders are rarely represented as people who question themselves. Yet, managers should be equally able to question as they are to affirm; but it seems this capability has somewhat been lost. How to get it back?
The level of trust is generally low in business organizations, while it constitutes a real performance challenge. How can you identify the behaviors that will enable you to build trust—or, conversely, that might destroy it?
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?
How to be an inspiring leader
If employees feel increasingly less committed to their work, this is due to the attitude of their managers among other things. How can management stimulate their staff’s engagement?
We all have a natural preference for what is familiar to us. Yet, to adapt to circumstances, companies and their staff must constantly reinvent themselves, which requires that they get out of their usual thinking patterns. How can you nurture this healthy habit?
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