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Being a relationship focused manager
Jacques SalomĂ© is a social psychologist. he claims that people can bloom in the workplace, but the reader learns that managers are still too often in the "stone age" of human relationships.
Managing through trust
Jean-FranĂ§ois Zobrist has managed Favi, a brass foundry in the north of France, as a company without structures. He leaned on the Â« trust in the people ?Â» and on the Â« love of the client Â».
Managing by excellence
Thierry d'Arbonneau, former admiral ordering French submarine forces describes a leading role founded on an indefectible commitment of the technicians and the hierarchy, serving the mission, leaning on a genuine team spirit.
Chosen examples refer to the world of business
How can we best manage Gen Y?
Jean-Luc Excousseau, a doctor in sociology and specialist of generations and categories of ages explains the characteristics of Gen Y population, his difference with the previous generation (gen X) and how to take advantage from her exuberant energy without making overflow.
How to succeed in your new position?
Dominique Christian, gives advice on how to succeed this special time which constitutes, for a manager, entering a new position.
An Instant of observation and adaptation which gives opportunity "to acquire intelligence" by writing, with the new team, the next chapter of the history.
How to best employ the seniors
Eric Deschavanne is professor of philosophy at the Sorbonne university in Paris. He explains the role that seniors can play in companies, these men and women who crossed a summit in their life and can make companies take benefit of their specific qualities.
Team efficiency of the Executive Committee
FranĂ§ois Dupuy is a sociologist, He asks a set of 10 questions to challenge an Executive Committee on its effectiveness as a management team.
He also reminds some key principles to reinforce his collegiate functioning.
Resilience, rebound with a team, after a failure.
Dominique Christian, a philosopher, proposes a thought to rebound after a failure, as a team.
Leaning on researches led to the organizations which get up again better than others, he describes the key points of this organizational resilience, to be applied daily.
Understanding generation Y
Jean-Luc Excousseau explains what it is necessary to know about this famous generation Y, these "enfultes" which link culture and instinct, that wobble between child and adult.
How to use the behavioral preferences 2/2
Yves Penvern explains how to use our behavioral preferences in our relations with our peers, our collaborators or our customers.
7 keys for managerial performances
Christian PotiĂ©, Partner at Ovale Performance describes a digest of the best managerial practices to be an efficient and happy manager.
How to manage within complexity?
Dominique Genelot brings us the thoughts and concrete illustrations in order to manage a company within complexity.
Turning Around a Failing Company
Daniel HARARI, General Manager of LECTRA had to impose his vision, almost alone against all, strategic development plans. Renew 100% of the offer? Relocate to China? He brings us into his world of cutting machines and tells us how to improve profitability without denying the DNA of the company.
Efficiency, wisdom ... How to find inspiration among the monks?
SĂ©bastien Henry, explains what the monastic life can be an inspiration source for leaders. He explains the principles borrowed from the monks and offers exercises and tools to stand back, find more sense and gain peace of mind to develop one's capacity of decision.
Satisfy our teams, delight our clients
"Happy staff makes happy customers", here are the basics for Jean-Luc Grisot, CEO of Valrhona, French big chocolate maker.
L'Ă©cole du Grand Chocolat Valrhona
How to manage Generation Z ?
Does Generation Y exhaust you? Then you will love Generation Z! Famous guru of Generations, Jean-Luc Excousseau, sociologist, reveals secrets of a little-know generation but who is descending in our companies.
How to practice Appreciative Inquiry
And if, to solve your problems, you were looking for the solutions that work well. ?
The advantage? Motivate teams, to achieve faster and exceed the goal and sustain the changes.
Bernard Tollec et Isabelle Richard
Women, as Leaders
Fields Wicker-Miurin talks about these women leaders who inspired her during her life, describes the key points to a successful career and gives her vision of a female leadership.
The story of an incredible growth.
Mohed Altrad, CEO of ALTRAD group, tells his unique history that begins with pain in the Syrian desert and continues to Montpellier at the head of a French growing ETI for 28 years.
What kind of manager for the 21st century?
What are the main challenges facing the manager of the 21st century? HervĂ© SĂ©rieyx, a renowned essayist, propose to test our managerial skills.
4 valeurs clĂ?Â©s pour une croissance forte - 2
This part describes the values Ă˘Â?Â?Ă˘Â?Â?of innovation and People development in the business and in particular the agreement in 2009 to preserve employment,
LE SALON DU MANAGEMENT
Palmis TV est partenaire mĂ©dia du premier salon du management les 14 et 15 novembre 2017 Ă Â Paris..
How to become a world leader? 1-The right tempo
Xavier Fontanet is a major French CEO who rose BENETEAU and ESSILOR to the rank of world leaders.
Transformation : What is important not to do!
Maurice ThĂ©venet gives us the findings of a study on success and failure factors of large enterprise transformation programs, with humor and common sense.
Jean-FranĂ§ois Hadida runs Orange Campus, the university whose mission is to prepare managers for the world of today and tomorrow.
Managing a consciousness
Flora Bernard co-founded the philosophy agency ThaĂ©. It tells the four major phases of management history that inevitably lead us to manage a consciousness.