James DILLON & Brigitte WARNEZ
Created in 2009, by James DILLON & amp; Brigitte WARNEZ. Certified coaches, trainers in human resources and development.
They bring together more than 30 years of experience with a double business culture: French & American.
COMMUNICATION AND CHANGE COACHING
Executive Coaching, Team Coaching, Leadership Development Programs
Our international and multicultural experience allows us to guarantee our clients a return on their investments in the short and long term.
Act within working groups so that they become more efficient and mobilize for the conduct and success of their projects.
Why do they appreciate the services of EMERGING STEP ?
For a week-long program on Sustainable Development, James made the first keynote conference introducing the theme in a dynamic way, preparing the public of young engineers to listen to experts and corporate officers who followed him, each explaining the projects of their companies. James knew how to mobilize his public, to get them to be aware of strategic issues as well as the opportunities for innovation they could work on.
Engineer and expert on renewable energy
As co-Chair of the FWE conference in Paris, “Invest in Successful Women Entrepreneurs,” I asked James to be the final speaker at the event. He understood that he needed to be energetic at the end of a long day in order to keep the 100 multinational attendees interested and finish the conference on a high note. Emphasizing the purpose of the conference, bringing international investors to Paris to meet women entrepreneurs, the public responded very positively to James’s lively wrap-up session. It is without hesitation that I recommend James as a both a business speaker and facilitator.
Project Manager, Corporate Awareness, Dassault Systèmes
James DILLON coached me when I was WW Quality and Continuous improvement Director at Thomson Tubes and Displays. This was an international assignment in Europe, North America and in Asia.
I was part of an executive and multinational team. My main responsibility was to advise on methods and quality for production sites abroad (15 plants, 12000 employees) and to initiate associated changes. For example, I dealt with lean transformation projects for these production sites. Among my objectives, I needed to convince my operational counterparts to change their methods, work on their product flaws and upgrade their quality.
James and I worked on ways to get these operational counterparts to adhere to my recommendations and to mobilize them to make changes and investments that had become imperative for continuing the activity. One thing I understood was that I had to do more lobbying at all levels in the corporation, really “pre-selling” these changes.
James stimulated me to work on different ways of making these arguments. I felt ready, with the right tactics combined with cross-cultural awareness that enabled me to create greater impact.
International Directeur of Quality and Innovation at Thomson