Leading cross-functional teams
Cross-boundary teams can help break down organizational silos and reinforce responsiveness. However, coordinating teams that cut across organizational boundaries is a real challenge. What key drivers do employers possess to accomplish this?
Do you talk digital? ;-)
Within two decades, digital communication has become omnipresent—albeit generating a certain number of difficulties. How can you master the codes of digital communication tools?
The future of work: seven mutations to anticipate
The Covid-19 crisis will probably engender deep and irreversible changes in the organization of companies. How can you accompany this transformation of the world of work to draw a desirable future?
Supporting a painful reorganization
The difficult context often leads to taking painful measures, which can damage staff motivation, or even the social climate. What posture can managers adopt to ease these transformations?
Foster your staff’s self-fulfillment
In theory, work represents a major opportunity for personal fulfillment—but the reality is often less gratifying. How can the line manager contribute to helping to rekindle this fulfilling dimension of work?
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?
Conflict: inevitable yet useful
Conflicts are inevitable in a company. They even have their usefulness by allowing us to uncover the diversity of outlooks and to manage dilemmas. How can we channel these conflicts towards a productive outcome?
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?
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”?
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?
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