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Management & Leadership | 30 Nov. 2020
Infographics- 5 personality types of successful entrepreneurs

The entrepreneurial adventure requires a good knowledge of the market, a strong mindset, balanced managerial qualities and a strong personality and motivations. Discover the 5 personality types of successful entrepreneurs.  

Management & Leadership | 06 Jan. 2020
Management: 3 lessons from Santa

Christmas... The richly decorated Christmas trees, carefully wrapped gifts, excited children and a touch of magic in the air... But what would Christmas be without the legendary “Santa” ?

Emotional intelligence | 26 Jun. 2019
What Makes an International Top Manager Superb: New Key Success Factors!

It is believed that a clear diction, a well-posed voice, strong energy, high-stress tolerance, the gift of persuasion, and inexhaustible motivation are the basic skills of a true leader. However, our world does not stand still, which means that the demand for competencies that are sought-after among leaders is changing.

Management & Leadership | 14 May. 2019
GAME OF THRONES : Are you the type of leader who will sit on the Iron Throne?

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. Charismatic leaders, visionary strategists and crisis management specialists... The heroes and heroines of the show displayed good management skills throughout the 8 seasons. There are only a few lucky characters left - the last episode of the series will be released next Sunday - but the conquest of the Iron Throne is still raging. Among the favourites to win we have 3 charismatic leaders, all with their own unique style of management: Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Daenerys. Time to bet!

Potential Identification Category | 31 Jan. 2019
How to identify your high-potential employees?

Ideally, organisations would want all their employees to work at their full potential and contribute equally. But research shows that the 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.*