How to Engage your Audience During a Videoconference?

The Coronavirus health crisis has disrupted companies and the way they operate. Many have adopted remote working and, with it, videoconference meetings. But, it is not always easy to animate a video meeting and engage its participants. Digital tools, especially surveys, can help to improve exchanges and boost your communication. Collaborate more effectively with interactive… Continue reading How to Engage your Audience During a Videoconference?

How do you check the pulse of your employees on Slack?

In the current context, commitment is an important issue for companies. How do you know whether your employees are committed? Even in remote work an employee needs meaning, recognition, support and a good leader. With Slack, your teams remain productive despite the isolation. The tool allows you to collaborate and share information between teams, but… Continue reading How do you check the pulse of your employees on Slack?

How to organize an interactive event with Open Agora?

It’s not always easy to interest a large audience during events (conferences, webinars, company parties, team building, competitions, etc). It’s therefore advisable to include interactions and organize an interactive event. However, this not easy to implement. Especially when your audience is large, of diverse opinions, or all around the world. In addition, when part of… Continue reading How to organize an interactive event with Open Agora?

The importance of corporate communication

Given the changing work organization and technological evolution, integration issues arise: how to integrate employees? How to set up good corporate communication? Business leaders must foster a positive and encouraging climate by establishing effective internal communication. Management studies show that it is almost impossible to achieve your objectives without defining a good corporate communication strategy.… Continue reading The importance of corporate communication

Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 3

We come to our last article on biases in collective decision-making. In the previous articles we dealt with the first two biases, that of groupthink and bias of information sharing. The last bias we will discuss is that of the phenomenon of polarization or the group polarization. What is group polarization? This phenomenon with a rather barbaric… Continue reading Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 3

Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 2

Some time ago we discussed about the bias in sharing information within a group. This previous article was the first in a series of three. Today, we will talk about a second bias. Without too much suspense, this bias is called: groupthink. What is it? At first, groupthink, does not appear problematic. Yet this is a… Continue reading Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 2

Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 1

In groups, all is not a bed of Roses, and forming a group is not enough to make good collective decisions. On the contrary, groups are confronted with several difficulties called in social psychology: biases. In this first article we will see in more details one of the bias, then we will see in future articles… Continue reading Biases in Collective Decision-Making – Part 1

Before decision-making… The Group

Today, we discuss one essential element under a social psychological approach : The GROUP Usually, before making a collective decision, a group is created, either over a long period (e.g. a sports team in a club) either ephemerally (e.g. a team for a call for projects). So, what’s a group? During our life we will… Continue reading Before decision-making… The Group