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March 31, 2021

This collective intelligence manifesto presents powerful concepts and practical advice, in particular silent meetings, the combination of oral and written communication and the role of the chief to enhance the intelligence of his employees.

Christian Darvogne, Senior Advisor for Change Management, Partner of KPMG - former President of Carewan

March 13, 2021

We already knew that leaders eat last, they should also talk last according to Olivier Zara! Otherwise, everybody will agree with the manager / expert and the meeting will not effectively solve problems. This is not so easy to implement; therefore Olivier Zara gives us a methodology, tools and actionable tips to keep quiet during a meeting and bring out the best ideas of the team.

Florence Meyer, Coach & Leadership Consultant, Speaker & Author

March 13, 2021

Olivier Zara is once again taking one step ahead in management tools, by rebuilding the distribution of speech in a team or a group. This is a triple victory: employee engagement, the good health of organizations, which are thus vaccinated against toxic practices, and operational performance with an unequalled problem-solving capacity.

Paul-Louis Moreau, Data Governance & Data Strategy Manager at BNP Paribas

March 31, 2021

A powerful and very useful book for all managers! Knowing how to keep quiet is the beginning of wisdom and, with this book, it becomes a concrete recipe for a better team management.

Dominique Turcq, Management Consultant, Founder of the Boostzone Institute

March 13, 2021

A must for anyone who wants to be among the leaders of our transformation to the next normality. As with everything else in life, before taking the floor, we must give it.

Claude Emond, agility coach at Quali-Scope

March 13, 2021

A book to discover the new essential skills for managers who want to lead their organization and their team in an increasingly complex environment.

Christophe Lefevre, management consultant at Vitalance