A team close to you
A European, multidisciplinary and multilingual team. We think that to move forward in life it is essential to find the right punctuation to write the next chapter …
Our philosophy: we all have our own talents on which we can rely to achieve our personal success.
How to book an appointment
It’s easy: click on the button below:
You can choose your slot online.
In addition, you can choose the communication channel (face-to-face, chat, video …) as well as the type of coaching that seems most suitable to you.
For any questions or additional information, you can reach us by email or by phone.
Choose your coach.
It is important to be able to express yourself in the language you feel most comfortable with:
Viviana can work with you in French, English, German and Italian. Valérie works in French.
No need to download an app
Following your reservation, you will receive by email a link to activate at the time of the appointment.
Who are we?
Valérie de SAINTIGNON
Our certifications and trainings
Professional coaching certification (ICN Business School Nancy).
E-Coaching certification(eCoachPro, The Netherlands).
Enneagram training (FH2C).
7 learning profiles training (Jean François Michel).
NLP Technician training (Synapses) – ongoing.
“I believe in the power of diversity and inclusion of genders and talents”.
I am Italian and a convinced European with a background in philosophy and European politics. My professional experience ranges from corporate communications to advice on European legislation and policy. It includes professional and personal development, as a manager and coach, and a direct in-depth knowledge of the European institutions’ context. An audiovisual expert and a video maker, I am a certified professional coach by ICN Business School and e-coach by eCoachPro. I am also trained in the Enneagram and certified MyMindScan, a tool for strengthening the mental well-being of employees and teams.
Valerie de SAINTIGNON
“Providing guidance and transmitting healthy values is a duty we have towards future generations.”
I am French with a background in communication and marketing. I am a certified coach of ICN Business School and I am trained in the Enneagram and the “Seven Learning Profiles” by educational expert Jean-François Michel. Also trained in graphic facilitation, I am certified MyMindScan, a tool for strengthening the mental well-being of employees and teams.
As a coach and trainer, I draw on my experience as a luxury supermarket manager, a commercial expert and in mediation in the real estate sector and the voluntary sector.
The same philosophy
We believe in the uniqueness of each person and in the complementarity of talents as means to accept and surpass ourselves. Our methodology is therefore exclusive because it only concerns you, it is dynamic like us and autonomous because it concerns goals that are only yours!
Our code of ethics
Duties and general responsibilities of the coach in the exercise of their profession
1. Contract: the coach works under a contract that establishes clear duties, obligations and responsibilities regarding the financial aspects of coaching, the way of working, the duration of coaching and any other essential aspects of the relationship between the coach, their client and their coachee. The contract is written and signed before the start of coaching.
2. Confidentiality: the coach has a duty of confidentiality towards their client and towards the coachee in case the coachee is not also the sponsor of the coaching. This confidentiality concerns all information and personal data received by the client as well as the exchanges with the latter, for which the client has not expressly stated their agreement for disclosure or transmission to third parties. These same principles of confidentiality apply to the coaching reports requested by the sponsor to the coach.
3. Conflicts of interest: the coach has the duty to refuse or, if necessary, to stop coaching in the event of a conflict of interest of a financial, personal, professional or ethical nature, including substantial differences concerning objectives and / or means of coaching. In such circumstances and as far as possible, the coach agrees to send the client to a colleague.
4. Veracity of personal and professional information: the coach undertakes not to make false statements concerning their personal information, their professional qualifications, experiences and expertise, as well as their works and publications. The coach also undertakes to indicate the sources of works and tools that do not belong to them and that they could use in the framework of their work.
5. Supervision: The coach has the duty to submit to regular supervision. He also has the duty to inform his customers and coachees and to ask for their consent to the use, in the form of anonymity, of their case within the framework of this supervision. The confidentiality rules that cover coaching also apply to the supervision process.
6. Respect of this code of ethics: the coach undertakes to transmit to his clients and coachees this code of ethics, to respect it and to refer to it as part of his coaching. It also states the alignment of this code with the principles set out in the codes of ethics of the main coaching organizations (International Coaching Federation, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, the Association for Coaching and the French Coaching Society).
7. Offenses of the code of ethics: the possible violations of this code of ethics by the coach are to report to the accreditation body of the coach as the offenses of the code of ethics of the same body.
8. Legal obligations: the obligations indicated in this code of ethics do not replace any other legal obligation of the coach in the exercise of his profession.
Choosing a coaching approach
1. Professional capacity: the coach undertakes to work within the limits of their professional competences and to stop or refuse any activity which would require other professional capacities while explaining the reasons of their withdrawal to the coachee and, if necessary, to the client.
2. Obligation of means: the coach uses all the means and techniques acquired at his disposal to meet the coaching objectives established with the client and the coachee.
3. Coaching Techniques and Competences: The coach undertakes to communicate in a clear and transparent manner on his skills and techniques acquired as a coach and used in the coaching process.
4. The coach is committed to use all means and competences they have to assess clients appropriately to ensure that online work is an adequate approach for them compared to face-to-face work.
5. Online coaching: The coach is aware of and familiar with the differences between online and face to face coaching. The coach takes appropriate hardware and software measures to protect the integrity and privacy of their computer systems and to remove client material from their computers at the end of the contracted work. Furthermore, the coach keeps up to date with any legal requirements that affect their online work.
Relations between the coach, the client and the coachee
1. Respect for the person: the coach has a duty to respect the person of the client and the coachee as a human being regardless of the coaching approach used (face to face or online coaching). In this spirit, the coach has a duty of non-discrimination on the basis of sex, age, sexual preference, race, religion, culture, disability or any other characteristic inherent in the person of his clients and coachees.
2. Respect for the will of the coachee: the coach must respect the will of the coachee in relation to the objectives, means and durations of the coaching. This duty also exists when the client is not directly the coachee but the sponsor of the coaching. This duty includes respect for the limits established by the coachee to share information about coaching with the coaching sponsor.
3. The coach ensures that clients have read, understood and agreed on their personal contract/agreement for working online or face to face together before the coaching process begins.
4. Abuse of influence: the coach undertakes not to use their influence in an abusive manner neither on the coachee nor on the sponsor of the coaching.
5. Improper Interactions: The coach has the duty to maintain professional relationships with coachees and clients and to avoid inappropriate interactions such as sexual or romantic relationships.
6. Respect for the values, uses and policies of corporate sponsors: the coach agrees to respect the values, usage, policy and any other internal rules to the companies and organizations that sponsor the coaching.
1. Accreditation: The coach is a member of the European Council of Coaching, Mentoring and Supervision.
2. Contributions: the coach has a duty to pay the fees provided by the accreditation body or risk being excluded.
3. Other legal obligations: The coach undertakes to respect any legal obligations established by the accreditation body as part of the professional duties of the latter.
4. Respect for the code of ethics: the coach undertakes to respect the code of ethics of their accreditation body.