The HR Director's collection
How to effectively manage talent and competencies? How to coherently align teams with the business' needs? Manageris' 20 most relevant synopses on the subject.
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Our selection of 20 synopses
Differentiate through corporate identity
To differentiate a company in saturated markets, its project, convictions and culture are increasingly important. How can you promote them in a compelling and credible manner?
Surround yourself with the best
50 to 70% of recruiting decisions turn out to be unsatisfactory. Yet it is possible to do significantly better, for recruiting can be learned. What lessons can we draw from the experience of recruiting professionals?
Choosing the right leaders in turbulent times
How can one choose future leaders, who will renew the business without alienating its identity? Rather than defining an ideal profile, mixing various styles and experiences is the best way to face today's and tomorrow's challenges.
Aim for excellence in your managerial practices
How can you find the right combination from the various components that constitute the quality of managerial practices? Following Google’s example, you can take inspiration from methods used in operational excellence and experimental science.
Making work more meaningful
How to prevent employee motivation from dropping over time? By giving more meaning to their work.
Stimulate job satisfaction
A recent study shows that energy at work primarily feeds on the conviction that we can progress effectively. How can we use this lever to optimize resources by reinforcing staff work satisfaction?
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?
Toxic work environment, a real management issue
The quality of the ambiance at work is largely rooted in the management model, and has major repercussions on performance. How to combat infighting and other types of toxic behavior?
Manage your energy for long-term success
Stress at work can cause professional burnout. How to manage your energy to perform well over the long haul?
Generation Z: What to expect?
Generation Z, born in the years 1990-2000, is now arriving on the job market. Beyond prejudice, how can you take the specific characteristics of these young employees into account and successfully integrate them into your business?
Take advantage of the potential of older workers
The global population is aging. However, companies still have trouble fully capitalizing on their over-fifty workforce. How can you elicit the full potential of older workers?
Promote and retain talented women
Despite recent measures in favor of gender diversity, the fact remains that the proportion of female talent decreases as one moves up the hierarchy. How can we remedy this situation?
HR as strategic partner
More than ever, the HR division has a major role to play in corporate strategy. How to assume these responsibilities without being overwhelmed by day-to-day operational emergencies?
Evaluate your employees to enhance their performance
How can you conduct annual performance interviews to motivate people to develop their skills while boosting their short-term performance?
Make use of everyone’s talents
Each of us has specific talents that enable us to excel in certain activities. How can you organize yourself to identify the individual qualities of your team members and build on them?
Make compensation a key motivational driver
What compensation policy to adopt to foster employee adhesion and stimulate company performance sustainably?
Develop the employability of your staff members
In today’s world, employees seek an environment that enables them to develop their competencies and continuously enhance their employability. How best to respond to this demand?
From training to action
Despite investing heavily in training, companies are often disappointed with the results. How to ensure that people make changes in their everyday work as a result of the training they receive?
From manager to leader
High-performing managers are sometimes surprised when they don’t get a promotion or are evaluated below their expectations. Indeed, even in operational positions, managers must demonstrate leadership qualities such as strategic perspective, the ability to influence others and to lead change.
The information revolution affects more than processes; it also changes people. How can you adapt management to this new environment?