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Michel Mornet

Michel Mornet

Co-founder and partner - Senior Coach
Languages : French, English, Spanish


A Turningpoint Partner, Michel accompanies executive managers in their human and managerial development. He develops and facilitates leadership training programmes, executive team building. He individually coaches many managers.

After having worked for the Navy as Psychological Officer, he joined Philips as head of Human Resources first at the individual plant level then at head office. He decided to widen his horizons and became Executive Director of the humanitarian organization Fidesco, specialized in the training and placement of human resources throughout Asia, Africa and Latin America. He was then appointed Director of Human Resources for Volvic a brand of the Danone Group, before becoming management consultant and coach.

His degrees include a Masters from Sciences Po Paris and a Bachelors degree in History as well as a degree in Anthropology and Ethics from Brussels. Michel was certified coach through a university diploma from Paris II Assas. He is TMP, Insights Discovery and eGoPrism accredited .

He created a partnership within Sciences Po Paris for the Executive University program, and teaches management of human resources within numerous higher education programs.


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Point of View

Superman or bust?

Crisis, competition, pressure, results…today’s leader seems to be in a never-ending race towards higher performance – to be stronger, to be faster.  At the same time, the demand to « be yourself », express emotion, reveal more of one’s personality at work is very present.  Is this the new trend,...

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L'histoire, clef de la transformation de notre organisations

Notre époque a ceci d'étonnant qu'elle nous rive à l'hyper immédiateté ; tandis que nos dirigeants eux-mêmes sont souvent contraints de se cantonner à des résultats très courts termes. Au XVIIème siècle, Jean-Baptiste Colbert le grand ministre de Louis XIV, plantait des forêts pour que la marine...

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