Collective agility

Stéphane Charlot


Organizations are evolving in environments that are becoming more and more complex and are confronted with new kinds of stakes: globalization of markets, reduced cycles, acceleration of the flow of information, growing pressure on productivity and efficiency…
To be able to correctly carry out their mission teams need to develop their faculty for adaptation, reactivity and agility while maintaining a logic of anticipation and planification. In the business world these aptitudes have become essential to be able to maneuver in an uncertain environment, where performance is non-negotiable.


After graduating from the National School of Higher Police Officer Studies (École Nationale Supérieure des Officiers de Police), Stéphane carried out different positions in the GIPN (National Intervention Groups) before becoming assistant director of the RAID’s intervention group, then captain of the antiterrorist department. At ADN Group, Stéphane has become the reference for mental preparation, stress management and leadership. Information and registration