" To become a reflexive manager, is to enter into a dialogue with the self."

The exercise of authority is not so much a matter of acquiring techniques to have impact as of attaining the "foundations" of our leadership, that is, our resources to lead.

For 15 years, the Leadership Chair’s expertise has been offering this unique pedagogy, which allows each manager or top manager to find his or her proper place in the development of his authority.
Our approach: Reflexive learning individually and in groups fostering collective learning

To learn is to change. Change your beliefs. And you, are you tempted by the journey?
 

Sylvie Deffayet Responsable de la Chaire LCM

 

Sylvie Deffayet
DIRECTOR - EDHEC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CHAIR

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