Who We Are
The Enablers are a dynamic community of professionals with the skills to self-organise and solve your most complex organisational challenges.
Driven by our curiosity and dedication to our own development, we support and challenge each other to become the best versions of ourselves. We are motivated by helping our clients’ organisations to succeed.
Why We Exist
Today’s Disruption Economy radically challenges the current paradigms of leadership. Since the turn of the century, the impact of technological progress has continued to increase the pace of change. Competitors emerge from nowhere with new business models. Supply chains are disrupted by wars, pandemics, political upheaval and climate change. We need new leadership to master the Disruption Economy.
The Enablers work intimately with our clients to create truly courageous, intelligent and visionary paths towards sustainability. We teach and believe in a different way of leading – more human, more humble and more effective in inspiring and motivating people. Our purpose is to deeply transform individuals and organisations.
“Engaging Leadership” has been written for leaders who are about to engage their organisations in change.
Whether the need is driven by a sudden disruption, a new strategic intent, the desire for a new culture, a painful reorganization or the integration following a merger or acquisition, the book provides the tools for successful change.
Expertise, courage, creativity and generosity bind us together in a vibrant community.
Our team is composed of senior practitioners, all with deep Leadership and Change experience. The group includes anthropologists, artists, business executives, conductors, consultants, ex-military officers, physicians, psychologists, sociologists and sportspeople. We operate worldwide.
Candace NKOTH BISSECK
Elsa DE SAIGNES
Gianni DI MARCO
Marcelo “JIMMY” PONTES
Marie Emmanuelle PY
Mobile: +41 79 435 1660
5 Route du Village
CH - Switzerland
“Engaging Leadership” has been written for leaders who are about to engage their organisations in change."