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To enable disadvantaged people to achieve a life of greater dignity for themselves, at the end of 2019, we created the Agility With No Borders collective, with the desire to make our skills available as part of socio-humanitarian missions.

We are seasoned practitioners with 25 to 30 years' experience, both French and English-speaking, who have worked on agile organizational transformations. We use a multi-disciplinary approach based on a variety of postures at the service of the human being: innovative playful facilitation, inverted pedagogy, solution-oriented mentoring, brief coaching and agile management.  

We are united by a singular approach that is our signature: "dialogic" accompaniment: we encourage learning, appropriation, creativity, a critical eye, autonomy and collaboration, because we don't force change.

We invite stakeholders into solution-generating spaces, fostering appreciative and constructive dialogue.

We are also particularly sensitive to the development and reinforcement among young people of the essential 21st century skills identified by the World Economic Forum, such as: critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity/innovation, collaboration/group work, adaptability, initiative-taking, persistence, etc...


Our main experiences

2020/2021 – Youth mentoring, via the platform


2021/2022 – Teaching French to adult migrants with our dialogic approaches

2023 – SRI LANKA, MASKELIYA, in collaboration with the local NGO TEA LEAF VISION
(support for disadvantaged young people from tea plantations)

  • Master-class with teachers to transmit to them our 'dialogical' pedagogy approaches, ie participatory and emergent rather than instructional

  • Agile management 3.0 master class with NGO supervisors

  • Employability and micro-entrepreneurship workshops with young people aged 19/26


2024 – NEPAL, in collaboration with the local NGO NEEM, in the Chapakot region,

  • Workshop with rural women's community to improve their cooperative's income

  • Workshop in a primary school to stimulate creativity, collaboration and work in small groups

  • Dialogic workshop at a tailor, with several women to learn how to make reusable sanitary napkins (in collaboration with the “Soie Rouge” association).

2024 – SRI LANKA
(project currently being developed for our second visit in July)

We are looking for / We offer

We would like to join projects where our skills would be useful, for example on the following topics. We are of course open to any new ideas.

For young people aged 16/25

Employability and

  • Facilitate access to employment.

  • Make them want to set up their local micro-enterprise.

  • Allow young people to stay close to their family and support their loved ones.


Course of 4 to 6 workshops of 3 hours
(followed by local or remote support) for

  • take stock of themselves, their motivations, their values, their abilities, their desires

  • shape their projects,

  • practical notebook provided

For women in rural communities

Economic, social and economic empowerment = dignity.


Allow women in rural communities to live with dignity, by achieving economic independence, while having their identity and social status recognized.


  • Facilitation of 'dialogical' workshops to allow these communities to imagine/decide/implement initiatives by themselves.

  • Transmission of our animation techniques so that they become autonomous.

For NGO staff members

The dialogic approach to creating generative spaces for creativity and engagement


Here, we share with you all our ingredients to support diverse populations, with an “off-center and influential” posture. You encourage the search for solutions by people, considered experts in their subject, within spaces for structured, appreciative and constructive dialogue.​

  • Master-Class of 4 to 8 modules of 3 hours depending on your availability: the dialogic versus diagnostic approach, the posture, the 'contract', ludinnovate facilitation techniques, solution-focus language,...

  • Local or remote support

  • Super Practical Guide (in French or English)

For local teachers

Posture & techniques of collaborative and generative teaching


Provide alternatives to traditional, primarily “instructional/top-down” teaching, limiting the acquisition of essential 21st century skills , such as critical thinking, problem solving, creativity/innovation, collaboration/teamwork, adaptability, taking initiative, persistence, etc.

(*) according to the World Economic Forum, the OECD, the EEC



Master-Class of 4 to 6 modules + local or remote support

  • Posture for creating and leading generative learning spaces: HOST LEADERSHIP

  • Appreciative and constructive facilitation techniques: the FOCUS SOLUTION

  • Fun and pragmatic workshops: LIBERATING STRUCTURES

  • Practical notebook provided

For kids ...and adults

To bridge
the digital divide
(Digital Literacy)


Bridging the digital divide among disadvantaged populations, through the discovery and mastery of digital essentials: use of a computer, the Internet, Office-type applications, communication tools. Awareness of data protection and security basics. Discovery of AI.

  • Up to 8 modules of 2 hours, adapted according to the audience (children, young people, adults)

  • Optional: modules to learn how to develop simple games or applications in a fun way, without code

For NGO managers

Agile culture for NGO++


Motivate employees, create autonomous teams, embrace complexity, stimulate learning and continuous improvement, etc. thanks to the contributions of agile culture​

  • Master-Class of 4 modules of 3 hours

  • Local or remote support

  • Super Practical Guide (in French or English)

How do we do ?


We have integrated 100% pragmatic practices from our 30 years of experience as change leaders, as part of major agile transformations of various organizations.


Over time, we have observed that dialogue is ultimately the best tool that humans have to develop solutions, learn in depth, build skills, develop critical thinking, etc. Here we find the essential skills of 21st century identified by major institutions such as the WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM, the OECD, the EEC, etc.


Stimulated by continuous research and development, in 2018, we crossed paths with other followers of similar practices, having formalized the “dialogical development of organizations”.


For the record, their work is based on the constructionist movement (philosophers, sociologists, psychologists, etc.) of the 1950s, advocating dialogue as a vector of generative, stimulating, empowering and long-term change, in opposition to classic practices. of prescribed change, top-down, short-term and doomed to failure.


We therefore claim a strong membership in these approaches, using major standards from various communities (agility, brief therapy, narrative practices, etc.)

Our ingredients, our references
(for the curious)

Depending on the situation, we use the following ingredients, in a 100% frugal and invisible way - apologizing for the technical vocabulary, but don't worry, it's behind the scenes which remains invisible to the people you we accompany.

  • The friendly family of “LIBERATING STRUCTURES” workshops by Henri LIPMANOWICZ and Keith McCANDLESS to facilitate fruitful interactions

  • HOST LEADERSHIP by Mark McKERGOW, to create generative spaces for creativity and engagement

  • the SOLUTION FOCUS language, from brief therapy, to cultivate appreciative and constructive interactions

  • the NARRATIVE practices of Michael WHITE and David ESPSTON, to repair stories,

  • REVERSE PEDAGOGY by Sharon BOWMAN to switch from an instructional pedagogy to an inverted pedagogy, maximizing learning ("Training from the Back of the Room")

  • The Golden Circle, by Simon SINEK to quickly frame a business idea,

  • Ash MAURYA's LEAN CANVAS to facilitate the emergence of new activities/services

  • the MOBIUS LOOP by Gabrielle BENEFIELD as an engine of continuous evolution

  • MANAGEMENT 3.0 to install agile leadership

  • HEART OF AGILE by Alistair COKBURN to benefit from the benefits of agile culture

Our publications

Depending on the audience, we provide “Super Practical Guides”, in French or English, to extend the experiences we give them.

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The Super Practical Guide

How to switch from prescribed change to generative change


By taking the dialogical path, an organization is continually evolving by promoting the collective construction of solutions, through dialogue and learning. The organization leaves the world of prescribed change management, to make way for generative change, offering spaces for creativity and singular commitment. You also leave the world of 'successive transformations' and exhausting, to return to a mode of continuous evolution, specific to any living organism.


The changeover is not easy because it is a change of culture. To succeed, it is interesting, even essential, that all employees be equipped with the essential keys in order to become authors, and no longer simple actors in the collective history.


I take you to discover the dialogical way, inspired by the movement of social constructionism. Don't be afraid of these 'big words': the idea is simple. We, as social beings, the best way we have found to get along is through dialogue.

You will therefore leave with four new abilities that will make you ambassadors of the dialogic path.


  • Orientation with the few principles of the dialogical way

  • Cultivate appreciative and constructive interactions with the SOLUTION FOCUS language

  • Know how to create, prepare, secure generative spaces for dialogical collaboration with HOST LEADERSHIP

  • Design, Improvise dialogical initiatives with LIBERATING STRUCTURES

  • Install the dialogical way in a sustainable way with RUPTURE DOUCE.

The few royalties from the sale of this book are donated to the NGO "Agility With No Borders"

The Super Practical Guide to MANAGEMENT 3.0


Whether you are a manager or an employee, if you are looking for keys to humanize individual and collective performance: you have come to the right place. Knowing that management is not the sole property of managers, this super practical guide to Management 3.0 is for everyone.


Freely inspired by my managerial background, by my experiences in coaching agile organizations, this version of MANAGEMENT 3.0 is personal, authentic, enriched with the essential ingredients that nourish my daily practice: HOST LEADERSHIP, SOLUTION FOCUS, HEART OF AGILE.


By following a progressive experiential course, all in reverse pedagogy, you will leave with new abilities to cultivate 100% agile managerial interactions, to

  • Infusing Authentic Agile Culture with the HEART OF AGILE Compass

  • Make the most of human capital by activating everyone's intrinsic motivation, thanks to MOVING MOTIVATORS.

  • Facilitate team empowerment up to emancipation with DELEGATION POKER

  • Facilitate constructive interactions between all stakeholders, using SOLUTION FOCUS language.

  • Invite without forcing MANAGEMENT 3.0 in your organization, with an exemplary host posture (HOST LEADERSHIP).


The few royalties from the sale of this book are donated to the NGO "Agility With No Borders"

The Super Practical Guide to HOST LEADERSHIP


This practical guide aims to give you instant keys to develop a new posture that

will surprise you, and which will surprise those around you, in many situations such as:

  • generate commitment, desire,

  • facilitate collective intelligence,

  • transmit with a reverse pedagogy,

  • supporting change through constructive conversations,

  • develop autonomy,

  • give sense,

  • take care of,

  • and a thousand other uses that you will discover by practicing.


Here, you invite yourself on an exploratory journey to connect with natural qualities, skills or abilities, because already within you: everyone has been a host at least once in their life, sometimes from an early age, inviting friends on his birthday.


This guide is designed to appropriate the host posture with an experiential pedagogy. You will approach each element of Host Leadership first through a sequence of warm-ups, then exercises and stretches.


By inviting you to an excellent practice,



The few royalties from the sale of this book are donated to the NGO "Agility With No Borders"

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