How to become a better leader for a team of international professionals? Use our tips on understanding cultures and communication, ways to motivate yourself and others, and psychology behind it.
Team cohesion, give employees recognition, provide regular feedback, be trusting: Game of Thrones, the famous TV series, delivers management lessons to be applied- or not - at work.
Leadership should come with the ability to communicate well. Without a certain level of charm and skill in the spoken word, it would be hard to connect with the rest of the team. In any case, communication is always the key towards better cooperation, meeting expectations and encouraging improvement.
Long-term success of an organisation is driven and sustained by a select few high-potential employees or HiPos. High-potential employees deliver two to six times the return of average players.* So identifying HiPos becomes crucial to maximize organisations’ returns.
IncubAlliance is the leading technological incubator in research and innovation in France. As part of its 41-day entrepreneurial course GenesisLab, Incuballiance seeks to identify individuals’ entrepreneurial skills.
Organisations worldwide are looking for more from their leaders. A leader can be committed and motivated, but a great leader can influence others, has the ability to inspire enthusiasm in their colleagues and achieve long-term success for the company. So why is empathy an essential quality to a great leader?
We have well seen how many start-ups have experienced a slowdown or even been eliminated from the market due to poor decisions by their charismatic leaders. And yet most of them were recognized to be brilliant. So how to explain these failures?