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?
Retain your lucidity despite the isolation of leadership
Retaining a sense of lucidity about ourselves and the situations we manage is all the more difficult when we are in a leadership position. So how can we preserve our capacity for judgment?
The art of the pitch
The ability to sell your ideas and projects is a key success factor. But how can you capture the attention of your audience? Beyond the mastery of argumentation, discover the fundamentals of effective pitches.
The ability to improvise, a rare skill to develop
Great jazz musicians have developed amazing improvisation skills. How can one draw inspiration from them to develop the teams' capacity to react to the unexpected and to adapt in real time to any circumstances?
Participative management in the 2.0 era
In times of free exchanges in discussion forums and instantaneous information flow through social networks and Twitter, traditional intra-company communication channels look archaic. How can one foster a real conversation between an organization and its employees?
Luck, a skill to be developed
Without being intrinsically lucky, some people spontaneously do things that make good things happen to them. So what behaviors are conducive to luck, and how to implement them to develop what is actually a real skill?
Lead projects successfully despite opposition
What could be more painful than the emergence of strong opposition to a project? Your attitude towards opposition is decisive. How can you respect your active opponents without neglecting your allies or the silent majority?
Trust is a key ingredient of high-performance teams and organizations. How can we develop a good understanding of its different components to foster its emergence and maintain it to last?
Happiness, a powerful performance driver
Happiness is not the consequence of success. Research in neuroscience shows rather the opposite: happiness is a success factor! How can we improve performance by cultivating happiness?
Cultivate your creative potential
"Agile" companies need inventive leaders and employees. However, one needs not possess an innate gift for creativity to be an innovator. How can we evolve our mindset to develop our creative capabilities?
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