We enable leaders and their organizations to engage in human, societal and environmental transformation in order to reconcile purpose, impact and performance.

We offer a differentiated approach from leader to leader, which adjusts to the pace of the organization, uses the adapted intervention technique and is supported by collective intelligence.

Our commitment

Positive Impact

A team of experienced leaders serving leaders. We are committed to generating a positive impact.

Our process

At your own pace

We respect organizations and help them to evolve at their own pace, in order to reconcile meaning, impact and performance.

Our approach


A hybrid and pragmatic approach which adapts to the situation, integrating (1) coaching to inspire and give autonomy (2) consulting to bring expertise and operational content and (3) training on specific topics.

Tools and Ecosystem

Collective Intelligence

A complete ecosystem of dedicated and fully engaged partners, using tools specifically designed to generate positive impact.

Individual Coaching / Team Coaching / Organization Coaching / 

Individual Coaching / Team Coaching / Organization Coaching / 

Individual Coaching / Team Coaching / Organization Coaching / 

Executive Business Coaching / Woaching / Consulting / Training / 

Executive Business Coaching / Woaching / Consulting / Training / 

Executive Business Coaching / Woaching / Consulting / Training / 

Interim Management / Change Management / 

Interim Management / Change Management / 

Interim Management / Change Management / 

Interim Management / Change Management / 

Interim Management / Change Management / 

Vision & Purpose Values & Culture Strategy for positive impact Action plan

Execution cannot happen without a clear and strong strategic vision from the leader, their leadership team and stakeholders, all aligned with the purpose of the organization.

The French ‘PACTE’ law

Tens of companies have already written their ‘raison d’être’, ‘reason of being’ or purpose, as it is the case for Carrefour (ensure food transition), SNCF (provide everyone freedom to easily move around while preserving the planet), OpenClassrooms (make education accessible to all), MAIF (offer a sincere attention), CAMIF (make consumption sustainable), Rocher Group (power and inclusive future for all) etc.
It is only the beginning! The Ministry of Economy, Finance and Rebound, Bruno Le Maire, has even asked companies which are partially owned by the State to define their purpose before 2021.
This is for instance the case of ‘La Française des Jeux’, which engages itself in ‘responsible gaming’.

AmCham, Future of Work 2020

Leadership Future of Work Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Intercultural Management

A strategic vision is worthless if it is not endorsed by a strong and purpose-driven leadership, that can free energy and boost engagement.

Great Place To Work® has studied the performance in the field of innovation of 792 US companies, and analyzed over 500,000 answers of employees in its survey called Trust Index©. The goal is to identify levers that enable teams and organizations to innovate. Inclusion is a unavoidable lever. Organizations labeled Great Place To Work® US for their quality of life at work have been reclassified according to their ability to engage their teams in an innovation process – ‘Innovation by All’. Organizations in the top quartile have a yearly growth 5.5 times bigger than others.
The same can be observed in France. For French employees, the 3 factors that boost innovation are a trusting environement (33%), autonomy (25%) and diversity of the employees (18%).
And this is going to last as 95% of the students responding to a survey led by Great Place To Work® France, Entreprise du Futur and EMLyon Business School declare that, as future leaders, they consider diversity of profiles among teams is a lever of innovation.

“We need to unlearn what we have done in the past and think of building up new competencies for future leaders around sustainability and circularity towards reinventing new forms of progress.”

Ilham Kadri CEO and Chair of the Executive Committee, Solvay

“A good leader is first and foremost a good human being. You become a great leader the day you realize it’s not about yourself. Leaders are purpose-driven and it’s that purpose that gives energy and courage. You have a higher chance of being successful and developing to your fullest potential if company and personal values and purpose are aligned.”

Paul Polman Vice Chairman of the UN Global Compact Board and Former CEO, Unilever

Digital Strategy IS Audit Data Strategy Digital Transformation

There is an imperative to think digital throughout the organization at each and every step of the way to produce, exchange, interact or innovate.

The digitalization of company business models is creating value : digital is reenchanting the customer experience, improving internal processes of a company, providing new tools of governance, modifying organizations, accelerating relations, simplifying usage ; in itself, it has open fields of possibilities. Possibilities that were not even thought of, but are today becoming must haves and are building a new world : interconnected, transparent, open, demanding, made of tribes and constant challenges.
Digital transformation must not be limited to a technology-based discussion, however it should let us think that it is foremost linked to a cultural and managerial evolution within a company. There are many challenges that a leader has to face while ensuring the integration of digital in the day-to-day practice of the employees. According to a survey made by BPI France, 53% of the employees consider that the digital experience provides them with well-being, and 50% that is is a source of stress.

Entreprises : se former à l’heure de la transformation digitale ? – Digitall conseil – Réussir le défi du digital en 2019

Organisational Transformation Defining and Tracking performance Sustainable Procurement Strategy

The key is to plan positive impact together with the financial performance of the organization.

By focusing on the demanding environmental regulations, companies show the importance of the implementation of sustainable procurement. They encourage suppliers in gaining in agility and innovating to stay competitive. At this stage, inititatives around ‘green competition’ are still providing high differentiation and creating value for any company which is sincerely engaging in this path. We expect that in future sustainability will be a standard or a norm, and that customers will move away from companies that have delayed its implementation.
While companies are trying to incorporate sustainable development in their ESG programs, procurement becomes a vital ally to conduct environmental change and enable suppliers to get on the bus.
In the path towards sustainable development, the ability to get an exhaustive map of the environmental footprint of a company and its suppliers is an essential step. By gathering information, environmental certifications and other legal documents directly from the suppliers, procurement management platform will thus help companies to efficiently deal with their suppliers and the associated risks, while working along their sides to promote green practices.
Collaboration around the supply chain will make a difference. It provides companies with the possibility to go beyond customer expectations and transform their sustainable development programs in a competitive advantage.
If they do not act now, companies take the risk of a competitive delay. They will get a higher tax burden, even be boycotted by customers, as today, environment, sustainable development and societal impact become key factors in customers’ purchasing decision processes.

Franck Lheureux, Managing Director EMEA d’Ivalua
L’usine nouvelle – 15/08/2020

Advisory to Investors Impact Assessment Impact program ESG scorecard tracking

The transition towards positive impact cannot happen without the support and commitment of investors and other financial stakeholders.

The extra-financial notation, the new deal

The extra-financial notation is a way to evaluate a company that is not only based on its financial performance but also on its impact on the environment, the respect of its social values, societal engagement and governance. Each domain of analysis is given a scoring based on different criteria (transparency, innovation, communication…) and is weighted to produce a final notation. The socialy responsible investment funds (ISR) take into account these extra-financial criteria in their investment decisions, on top of financial performance criteria.

AmCham, Futur du Travail, 2020