Whatever our level of seniority, whatever our level of achievement – there are moments where we feel stressed about an upcoming meeting. Here are some tips to reduce your stress level and enhance your impact and charisma.
Has it happened to you too? Somebody shows disagreement with you, or comes with a suggestion you don’t like, and you lash out – perhaps more than absolutely necessary… Here is a finding that helps us manage disagreements without getting carried away.
You want to make sure people around you (coworkers, clients, family) will make the best decision? You want to guide them towards the ‘right’ decision – yet you want them to have freedom of choice? Read this book and learn about the power of ‘nudges’.
Many leaders have a hard time being tough as they want to maintain positive relationships at work. Here are some tips to help you establish when it is necessary to be more assertive, and how to go about it.
Are you preparing a difficult presentation? Is there a risk the audience won’t be cooperative? Are they likely to oppose the suggestions you’re about to make? Do you expect little political games? Attendants blocking your constructive ideas? Here are 5 tips to influence more easily, and have more impact with your presentation.
What type of leader are you? In this post, we give an overview of the 4 main leadership styles, as well as the typical traits of each of these styles. Curious? There we go!
You know how important it is that as a leader to have your team member’s back. Yet, as a leader you also want to give the necessary firm feedback. Here are some tips to be firm ànd loyal when a great team member is disappointing you.
What is your definition of success? To have the highest status? To be first percentile in every area of life? Life has taught us that one can have a high status yet not feel successful. Here’s a definition of success that helps you live the life you desire the most.
We bet it happens to you too: you have those good intentions (taking more time for family, applying key insights from a book, communicating better towards your teams, …) – and after some time you realize you didn’t progress at all (or worse – you forgot about your intention). The reason? Most will answer ‘no time’. … Suite
Making difficult trade-offs is so frustrating. It takes a lot of time, often there’s that nagging feeling of doubt, sometimes even guilt, and all of that for an undesired end result: choosing ONE of two options whereas you wanted BOTH. The other day we had one of those typical dilemma’s. We had planned to speak … Suite