Working as a team to thwart the traps of memory
Overcoming the subjective and imprecise nature of memory by putting various people’s memories in common.
Three sources of misunderstanding to overcome for better communicating
Developing the quality of your communication by avoiding misunderstandings.
Social intelligence in the age of remote relationships
How to develop our interpersonal skills?
Identifying and thwarting manipulation
Understanding the mechanics of manipulation to better protect ourselves from it.
Channeling your internal discourse
Whether we are aware of them or not, those “little voices” that speak to us from our innermost depths are an integral part of how we function. How can we channel this internal dialogue to turn it into an ally?
Drawing inspiration from athletes to better resist pressure
High-level athletes stand out for their ability to resist pressure in all circumstances. How can senior executives draw inspiration from their methods to gain in effectiveness?
Getting a negotiation out of stagnation
Taking inspiration in diplomatic techniques to unlock a difficult negotiation.
Shifting from confrontation to dialogue
How can we establish a true dialogue to get the teams to commit to change?
When can you trust your intuition?
When can we trust our intuition, and when should we be wary of it?
Reducing your mental load at work
A strong aggravation of stress at work has been observed since the pandemic and the rise of teleworking. Faced with the constant increase in the number of topics to address, how can we manage our mental load to avoid burnout?
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