Philippe Gazagne

Senior consultant with 28 years of experience in consulting, research, coaching and teaching in a wide range of international contexts, in the public and private sectors

Anthropologist, narrative coach, certified Human Element® and Implicit Career Search® practitioner, trained in Radical Collaboration ® and Design Thinking, his coaching approach combines complementary methods focused on the human being.

With extensive experience in international and conflict mediation contexts as a consultant-researcher and practitioner in collaboration with international organizations, he has developed a knowledge and sensitivity to cultural, intergenerational and gender relations and differences, and more broadly to issues of dispute resolution and reconciliation.

More recently, he has integrated into his approach Design Thinking tools as a process of creation and innovation, based on transversal collaborations essential to establish participative and trustful relationships between individuals within teams, but also between project units, departments and organizations.

Philippe speaks French and English.

Some examples of interventions

Swiss Confederation (Federal Department of Foreign Affairs & Department of Development and Cooperation), Bern, Switzerland

Graduate Institute of International Studies and Development, Geneva, Switzerland

Geneva Call, Geneva, Switzerland: various missions of conflict analysis and mediation, dispute resolution, negotiation missions, intercultural dialogue.

Facilitation of inter-company workshops - transforming conflict situations into opportunities for trust and collaboration: Defining a collaborative intent in service of the organization's goals, creating a climate of openness, establishing a compatible atmosphere, interest-based negotiation

BAN: Definition and implementation of the corporate vision. Definition of a vision for leadership and management. Elaboration of a charter of values for the company.

ICS: Coaching entrepreneurs and leaders in establishing professional action plans and managing teams.

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