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Why persuasion is so difficult

Why persuasion is so difficult

In a company, persuasion is a daily necessity. Changing operating methods, launching new ideas, successfully completing transformation projects, improving quality, ensuring safety at work, selling new products to customers, successful negotiation... This often requires investing a lot of energy for a result that does not always meet...

Social Negotiations

Social Negotiations

Necessary and painful evil or laying the foundation for your future? The present economic consequences of the severe health crisis are leading to many social negotiations between the social partners in organizations. Leadership and employee representatives should aim to get most out of these social negotiations in order to do what is best...

Emerging from the Covid Crisis

Emerging from the Covid Crisis

Unleash your company's hidden performance Stimulate recovery today. After months of difficult containment and despite alarming and often alarmist forecasts, most Belgian companies are not 'at the end of their rope'. But let's be clear: the critical phase is coming now. In most cases it will be necessary to reorganize structures in order to...

Does the internal communications department still have a reason to exist?

Does the internal communications department still have a reason to exist?

Inadequate communication is still in the top 3 of frustrations and problems arising from employee surveys, engagement studies and communication audits. This is not surprising when we see that in many companies internal communication is still regarded as the task and responsibility of the communications department, if it exists, or of HR, and...