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The Interactifs Discipline® as an aid to leadership

Coaching according to the Interactifs Discipline® is relevant in any situation where personal authority and high quality of relationships are essential. For example:

  • settling into a new role where the scope and responsibilities have changed
  • successfully joining a management team, in the context of a merger or acquisition
  • developing the capacity of leaders to influence different types of stakeholders
  • becoming more assured in negotiations and in public speaking
  • resolving a conflict or a crisis with an employee or a group
  • creating trusting relationships within your team
  • preparing and running productive and effective meetings


Contractual elements.

Takes place over a period of 4 to 6 months, every week for the first 3 weeks, and every 2 weeks after that.

The coaching sessions are usually sequenced and organised as follows :


Session 1


Session 2


Session 3 to 5

Definition of the coachee’s objectives, followed by the discovery of the Interactifs Discipline ®.   Revision and intensive training on the Interactifs Discipline ®.   Telephone sessions:
Role plays and debriefings.
 Duration : 1 day    Duration : ½ day    Duration : ½ day


Session 6


Session 7 to 9


Session 10

Face-to-face sessions:
Role plays and debriefings.
  Telephone sessions:
Role plays and debriefings.
  Role plays and debriefings and conclusion of the mission.
Duration : ½ day   Duration : 1 to 2 hours   Duration : ½ day
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7 000 trainees per year.

75% of time interacting with others

30% of time dealing with poor quality in interactions

20% reduction in quality defects in interactions

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