Our Story …
The name of Carnets d’Éveil was born from the memory of the “notebooks of things” (associated with “the lessons of things”) that we used children, to keep autumn leaves, chestnuts, earthworms … All these extraordinary things that we discovered as a child and which did not really find their place in notebooks, except in pictures.
We retain an emotional memory of the time spent gleaning our discoveries and the pleasure of showing them. In the same spirit, we wanted to create notebooks of experiences, knowledge, exercises, stories and tales to share, discover, create wonder and awaken the desire to learn about oneself, about others and about the world around us.
WHY LES CARNETS D’ÉVEIL ? FOR DEVELOPING AWARENESS.
That is to say, to be more conscious of what we live, to seize the moment. So, we fully take the place that is ours.
WHO ARE WE ? WE ARE CREATORS OF THE FUTURE, ENTHUSIAST AND EFFICIENT.
We offer to businesses, communities and associations 3 types of support to initiate change :
In an increasingly changing global economic environment, Les Carnets d’Éveil’s vocation is to anticipate, prepare and support leaders to the changes they encounter. It is also to enable the emergence of new leaders, notably through collaborative management and the development of Collective Intelligence within organizations.
We facilitate individual and collective projects for leaders performing within teams and organizations.
Twenty years of experience helping companies going through change have taught us that the transition and transformation phases, if unaccompanied, produce frustration and waste of time, money and emotions.
Les Carnets d’Éveil offers a different approach: a pragmatic and global approach to change, which combines a dynamic development and the well-being of people in the company. This approach integrates “trans-disciplinary” concepts derived from systems, neurosciences, constructivism, cognitivism and emotional and relational intelligence.
They inspire us
Edgar Morin, Peter Senge of MIT (5th discipline), Gilles Charest (management by consent) and Gerard Endenburg (Sociocraty), Marshall Rosenberg (non-violent communication), Arnaud Desjardins (Life Conférences), Tal Ben-Shahar (Positive Psychology and Happiness), Marcus Buckingham and Donald Clifton (Talents), Don Miguel Ruiz (The Four Agreements).