What skills to develop to best hold your role as a manager or leader? What tools to rely on? What subjects to put into practice?
The keys to a successful job transition
Job transition is a hazardous moment. Especially, care must be taken not to rely too much on past strengths, as the new role may require new attitudes. How to make this transition successfully?
Attention, key to performance
Better managing our time is not the only way to increase effectiveness. Our capacity to pay attention and concentrate also has a major impact on performance. How can we develop this ability to focus?
Cultivate and maintain your network
Networks can be a real performance driver if they are carefully cultivated and maintained. Building an effective network hence requires methodical efforts that anyone can undertake.
Work on your authority
If the focus is today on cooperation, autority still remains an essential ingredient of performance. How can you develop your power and leadership to maximize the value you bring to the organization?
Move beyond the work-life balance dilemma
What if finding the right balance between personal and professional life is the wrong question? Recognizing that the two are constantly intermingled makes it possible to move beyond this contrast and to find a new equilibrium.
Channel your intuition
Our intuition is an astonishing and valuable tool that is always in movement. Subjected to many biases, it may however easily lead us into error. How can we limit this risk to make the most of intuitive thinking?
Accept conflict to manage it better
Conflict is part of the everyday landscape for most leaders and managers. However, we generally find it extremely difficult to react calmly to conflict. How can we understand and hence better manage our spontaneous reactions?
Conflict can actually enhance performance when constructive discord reflects important company issues. How to ensure that disagreements add value and do not degenerate into destructive power struggles?
Develop your emotional intelligence
Everyone knows today that EQ is an essential factor in performance. Even so, emotional intelligence often remains an abstract concept. How can it be developed?
Learn by experience
Conventional training, whether educational or continuous, only accounts for 10% of leaders’ learnings. They learn most from field experience. How can we make the most of such experience?
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