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January 24, 2022

Compensation: the cornerstone of a talent retention strategy

After many months of COVID, a challenging economic context has set in: inflation has returned, energy prices have risen, supply problems and even shortages. At the […]
December 2, 2021

Will the rebels be the winners of the New Work?

In this period of uncertainty punctuated by restrictions and confinements due to COVID-19 in all its forms, you are being told about well-being at work. The […]
September 18, 2021

What corporate management can learn from the turmoil in Afghanistan

The humanitarian and social crisis caused by the withdrawal of Western forces from Afghanistan and the almost instantaneous surrender of the Afghan army made headlines in […]
July 18, 2021

Good managers enjoy vacations while bad managers keep staying online

You all know such managers! They gave us a speech last week about how they had organised their family holiday around a few video conferences, email […]
July 1, 2021

New Book: Glossary for occasionally snarky managers

The right word differentiates the amateur from the professional. While a glossary is just a catalogue of words, the one you are holding in your hands is filled […]
June 11, 2021

Are you ready to bring your teams out of the molehill?

The proof that many managers have difficulties in managing their remote teams lies in the current debate about employees returning to the office. While the issue […]
May 1, 2021

How to cope with a non-professional customer?

That’s it! After you have tried to harmonise, to reconcile, to adapt your communication, to explain to the customers that your unpleasant solutions are the result […]
April 14, 2021

New Image for nuclear power: is it greenwashing?

“Nuclear power is dangerous and will pollute us for millions of years.  This was the argument my table mate made to me at a dinner party […]