There was a time when leadership was lying muscles. Today, it resides in the way people are treated.
Adapting to evolving workplaces.
Be flexible in the change management process.
Juggling with multiple demands.
Communicate clearly, accurately, appropriately and with ease.
Express one’s opinion assertively.
Explain, adapt one’s speech to the speaker, vulgarize technical terms.
Give meaning to the objective, to the action, beyond the task at hand.
Inspire by its action, its congruent behavior.
Know how to understand others, their feelings, their problems and their way of seeing the world.
Show interest in our peers’ emotions.
Take into account the interests of the other people, their needs and the emotions expressed in their reactions.
Relativize – Accept what cannot be changed or influenced.
Dealing effectively and constructively with tensed and/or problematic situations.
Keep on acting consistently.
Maintain composure in stressful situations.
Be open to the contribution of others.
Personally contribute to the collective result.
Demonstrate support and care for colleagues/peers.
Contribute to the positive spirit of the group.
Consider the interest of the group before one’s direct personal interests.