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Leadership vs Dictatorship

Leadership skills are not considered essential for an employee. In the corridors or at the coffee machine, everyone is talking about François who “is such a good leader, he has successfully carried out his project of change.” Or even Sophie, who “at just 29 she’s been promoted to head of the communications department thanks to…

Does feminine leadership differ from masculine leadership?

For a long time, leadership positions were embodied by men. When women gained more access to management and leadership posts, the issue of female leadership became a topic of interest. Fortunately, we have moved on from the caricatured image of the woman who expresses soft and maternal leadership and of the man who expresses firm…

How to use Storytelling to manage?

Storytelling is a great communication tool for telling stories, but not only that. When you manage to give meaning to your ideas, generate interest in your projects and defend an inspiring and desirable promise of change, you’re doing much more than communication. So, in concrete terms, how can you use storytelling to manage your teams?…

The limits of storytelling in companies

Storytelling in businesses is only useful when you tell the right story. The story that enables you to engage your employees in a concrete project. Using this powerful communication tool, that is storytelling, allows you to inspire your employees and anchor them to your promise of change by triggering their emotions. You will undoubtedly encounter…

Leadership, innate or acquired?

“Would leadership be innate or acquired? Many of us wonder about this question. Above all, it is the very definition of leadership that divides. Is it a professional skill or a quality? Especially today, French and International companies are increasingly recruiting on soft skills, in other words, human qualities, such as empathy. This process tends to…

Slides or no slides, that is the question!

Long before we know exactly what we’re going to present or have thought about our plan, we often have the reflex to think about the support. So, we start looking for PowerPoint templates or Keynote examples, in order to stand out during our presentation. Lost between the many existing models and the messages we want…

Help, I have too much to say!

We have all seen overly long presentations, which we didn’t remember much about. And yet, when our turn comes to present, we tend to do exactly what we blame others for. The result: our presentations are also too long, with a lot of unnecessary details against the background of slides filled with tables and bullet…

Help, I don’t know what to do with my hands

“What do I do with my hands?” This is certainly not the first question you ask yourself in the morning or when you’re about to begin a presentation. However, on D-Day, if you are nervous and panicked in front of your audience, you will think about your posture, and your attention may focus on your hands. You’ll bombard…

How to present before a packed room?

Last week, we were helping you bounce back from the disappointment of an empty room. Today, we are helping you face the panic of a packed room!