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?
Actively manage psychosocial disorders
Violence, harassment, excessive stress... How can managers identify what really comes under the company's responsibility? And how can they cope effectively with psychosocial disorders?
Escape the time trap
Running increasingly faster seems to be everyone’s challenge. How much of this feeling of constant overload relates to perception, and how much is actual reality? How can you liberate your agenda from self-inflicted constraints?
The intuitive leader
Our focus on logical reasoning has diminished our appreciation for the importance of emotions and intuition. Yet, intuition can be extremely powerful, provided you don't trust it blindly. How to make your intuition more reliable?
Build a constructive relationship with your boss
Employees are frequently frustrated by their relationship with their boss. Is this inevitable? Not necessarily. For the relationship to be successful, employees and their superiors must share responsibility. How to define your positioning as a subordinate?
Decision-making processes are strewn with traps. How can we identify and avoid the psychological biases that cause us to make mistakes?
How to become a good listener
The ability to listen is both one of the main tools of managerial influence, and the most underestimated. How can you develop listening skills to improve your interpersonal relationships?
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