At work, Economic development

The strength of a solid network

For many managers, the crisis has had a real impact on the connections they maintain in their networks, both internal (employees) and external (customers, financial partners and others). But how can we feed our network in the absence of our usual forums and meeting places?

At work, Economic development

Communicate like a leader

Communicating is an art that must be learned and that requires work. Although it may seem trivial at times, communication is the key to productive collaboration and is therefore essential to the functioning of any work team.

Economic development

Cultivating emotional intelligence

“It’s been a difficult year, really unusual, where I found myself in a precarious situation and had to act quickly and prepare for the new school year, because abandoning the students and teachers was not an option for me. Without any of my usual reference points, the managerial skill of emotional intelligence allowed me to engage and mobilize my employees, taking into account all of our challenges and being transparent with them about the next steps.”

At work, Economic development

Refine your entrepreneurial vision

“During this pandemic year and thanks to the École d’Entrepreneurship de Beauce training, I took the time to step back and look at my management reflexes. Meeting other managers, allowing myself to question the usual path taken by my organization and trying new tools . . . all of this has been extremely beneficial because I renewed how I see the future of the Musée d’art de Joliette.”