"The question that each leader should ask is not whether others would be willing to follow him, but whether he would be willing to follow himself."


The practice of leadership lies in the area between chaos and order. In a world that is accelerating more and more where change is permanent, organizations must promote the emergence of new ways of operating.


It is in this area of increasing uncertainty and complexity, where results can not be predicted, that leaders must invite others to share diverse knowledge and discover new intentions, strategies, Way to take.


We hear more and more about the company being liberated. This model is very attractive and above all better adapted to current human needs. But how can traditional organizations go to a liberated model if they do not primarily release the managers who work there?



Leadership shows us the way:

  • It translates mission and strategy for the sake of clarity and simplicity
  • It enhances the strengths and talents
  • He respects and takes care of the human
  • It develops autonomy and is not afraid to be replaced
  • He knows the difference between a cost and an investment
  • He sees the glass half full
  • He is courageous and ambitious
  • He listens carefully and speaks with intent
  • He is benevolent with others and towards himself