E3 Forums, 15 events all over France aimed at sharing VINCI Construction France’s business plan with all of its managers: Doing Business and Working Together Effectively
The success of a business plan depends, first and foremost, on its being fully understood and shared. The challenge for Acte Sept's facilitators was to make these forums a success and, in particular, to ensure consistency in terms of their execution and the way they were conducted. Julie Tournemine, Anne Claire Ruel and Olivier Yéni.
Bruno Chapelle and Olivier Yéni open the 1st Royan theatre festival with two comedies produced by Acte Sept
With their accomplices Marie Aline Thomassin and Pascale Michaud by their side, our duo kicked off the first year of the festival with “Espresso With Sugar or Americano Without?” (“Court Sucré ou Long sans Sucre?”) and “I’m Mad About Love; I’d Love to Make it Again Some Day” (“J’adore l’amour, j’aimerais bien le refaire un jour”).
“Being of Help” (“Vous être utile”): Acte Sept’s promise to the executives at the Caisses d’Epargne bank in the run-up to their 2016 Rencontres Commerciales trade meeting.
In order to introduce their new brand territory, the communications department at Caisses d’Epargne, on the recommendation of Publicis Events, asked Acte Sept to provide coaching support for employees in order to prepare them for a unique stage setting.
A record number of sessions planned for the “Successful Public Speaking” (“Réussir ses Prises de Parole”) training module. Acte Sept a hit at TOTAL!
10 years after being launched, the success of the training module devoted to public speaking for managers at TOTAL shows no sign of slowing: 18 sessions scheduled for 2016, i.e. more than 200 managers who will be trained in issues relating to spoken communication.
“Inspirations”: an Acte Sept seminar in Aix-en-Provence celebrating another successful year
Gathered at the foot of the Montagne Sainte Victoire, the whole Acte Sept team enjoyed the southern heat and the beauty of the countryside around Aix-en-Provence and took this opportunity to refill their creative tanks and discuss the future of the agency.
“Boxes of Delight” (“Boîtes à bonheur"): interview with Olivier Yéni in M le mag, supplement of the newspaper Le Monde
More and more companies are organising activities designed to improve their employees’ well-being. Objective: preventing burnout and improving competitiveness. This is the subject of Lisa Vignoli’s article in the supplement to the newspaper Le Monde this week, in which she interviews Olivier Yéni.