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Les astuces des meilleurs banquiers pour recharger les batteries pendant l’été
by / on 31/07/2018 at 17:00 / in Management

Les astuces des meilleurs banquiers pour recharger les batteries pendant l’été

Dans la finance, grande est la probabilité de faire un burn-out. Nombreux sont les banquiers qui, à un moment de leur carrière, rentrent chez eux en haïssant leur travail et en se demandant pourquoi ils font ce job. D’où l’importance de recharger les batteries. Cela fait plus de 17 ans que je vois des banquiers le faire. Certains passent leurs vacances […]

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How to Pump Yourself Up Before a Presentation (or Calm Yourself Down)
by / on 19/07/2018 at 11:00 / in Harvard Business Review

How to Pump Yourself Up Before a Presentation (or Calm Yourself Down)

Public speaking affects people in different ways. Some people get jittery and anxious before they talk; they need to spend time calming themselves down before they go onstage. Other people want to make sure they have extra energy when they’re in front of an audience. These people need to spend time amping themselves up before a talk — doing whatever […]

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You Have 7 Seconds to Make a First Impression: Here’s How to Succeed
by / on 20/06/2018 at 14:00 / in The Review

You Have 7 Seconds to Make a First Impression: Here’s How to Succeed

Every entrepreneur knows that first impressions are important, but you may not know just how little time you have to actually make one. Within the first seven seconds of meeting, people will have a solid impression of who you are — and some research suggests a tenth of a second is all it takes to start determining traits like trustworthiness. That isn’t enough […]

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3 Things You’ll Only Understand if You Have a Work Wife (or Husband)
by / on 28/05/2018 at 12:00 / in The Review

3 Things You’ll Only Understand if You Have a Work Wife (or Husband)

Long before the term “work wife” was coined, I had one in Nina, my very first cube-mate at my very first job in NYC. As editorial assistants at a textbook publishing company, where neither of us felt particularly inspired, Nina and I needed each other to get through the tedious tasks of the day. Whenever Nina was out of office, I missed […]

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4 Ways You Can Motivate Your Team to Do Better Work (More Often)
by / on 18/05/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

4 Ways You Can Motivate Your Team to Do Better Work (More Often)

As a boss, you’re probably doing all you can to help your team perform at its best. If you’re like some of the most successful leaders (which I hope you are!), you’re focused on setting challenging goals, running effective meetings, and using best practices for delegation. Still, as you fine-tune your management style, there’s one powerful habit you may be overlooking: Focusing on […]

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Qu’est-ce que le blurring ?
by / on 30/04/2018 at 13:00 / in Management

Qu’est-ce que le blurring ?

Non, le “blurring” n’est pas une nouvelle technique de maquillage mais a plutôt à voir avec la frontière entre vie personnelle et vie professionnelle. Porté par la digitalisation des outils professionnels, le “blurring” est le terme utilisé fréquemment pour décrire le flou qui s’est installé autour des frontières entre vie privée et vie professionnelle. Si ce phénomène n’est pas nouveau, l’expression est […]

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On ne trouve pas sa raison d’être, on la construit
by / on 18/04/2018 at 17:30 / in Harvard Business Review

On ne trouve pas sa raison d’être, on la construit

Commencez par donner du sens à tout ce que vous faites. « Comment trouver ma raison d’être ? » Depuis que Daniel Gulati, Oliver Segovia et moi avons publié « Passion & Purpose », il y a six ans, j’ai reçu des centaines de questions – de jeunes et de moins jeunes – sur la raison d’être. Nous cherchons tous notre raison d’être. La plupart […]

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An Introvert’s Advice to Dealing With Intimidating People
by / on 09/04/2018 at 12:15 / in The Review

An Introvert’s Advice to Dealing With Intimidating People

Communicating with someone who intimidates you can be quite the daunting task. If you’ve ever found yourself stuttering, stammering, or even radio silent in the presence of a more menacing personality, I feel your pain. As a staunch introvert, loud, aggressive, or insensitive people intimidated me (and sometimes they still do). I avoided them like the plague. When Ihad to […]

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3 Small Changes That’ll Make You Sound Like a More Confident Leader
by / on 05/04/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

3 Small Changes That’ll Make You Sound Like a More Confident Leader

Regardless of your role, having great communication skills only improves your ability to lead. It helps you better motivate your team, create a culture of open and honest feedback, and keep people organized and on the right track. As someone who works in public relations (and loves language), I spend a significant amount of time figuring out the most effective […]

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4 Signs You’re Harder on Yourself Than You Should Be
by / on 03/04/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

4 Signs You’re Harder on Yourself Than You Should Be

Stop being so hard on yourself. Sigh. That’s a sentiment that’s echoed around in my brain for as long as I can remember. From when I thought I totally blew my audition to play Mother Goose in my fifth grade play to when I was convinced that I bombed my first job interview, people have always been reminding me to […]

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