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Speakers

Artists, researchers, teachers...
A Synthesis speaker combines high standards and openness, knowledge and generosity. Some are recognized specialists in a particular field, others share their passion, some teach art or philosophy, others are confirmed artists. Theater, cinema, literature, voice, architecture, jazz, painting, symphonic music, neurology, so many languages and perspectives through which they invite you to be inspired.
Sébastien Fournier
Sebastien Fournier

Countertenor

 

He sang from an early age and developed a strong taste for baroque music in particular. He developed his countertenor voice notably at the Conservatory and at the University of Lyon, before completing his training in England at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama of London where he specialized in Early Music.
His experience as a chorister has allowed him to sing in prestigious ensembles: Les Musiciens du Louvre, Les Arts Florissants, and Accentus.
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Matthew Giroux

Philosopher

 

After studying in the Hypokhâgne and Khâgne preparatory classes, training at Lyon III in letters, philosophy, and theology, he taught philosophy in the final year of high school and at the university. Think better to act better. As part of the Synthesis seminars, Matthieu Giroux helps managers to identify and discern the meaning of the words and values stated by the company. The way he adresses the issues of time, courage, authority, and innovation makes it possible to get as close as possible to the managerial experience, while avoiding the pitfalls of language and simplification. Philosophy is then experienced as a mode of openness and questioning which gives action its strength and precision.

 

Matthieu Giroux
Matthieu Giroux

Marc-Antoine Hamet

Coach and music listening specialist

 

Born in Canada, graduate of HEC Montreal and INSEAD, he obtained an MBA in 1989. He worked for 8 years for L'Oréal where he was General Manager of the Professional Products Division for Hong Kong, Macau, and southern China. Passionate about music, he worked for the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal and, in 2005, he was a member of the organizing committee of the concert of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra which celebrated the reopening of the famous Frauenkirche Church in Dresden (Germany). Since 2002, he has been part of the team of Synthesis coaches who support managers in the movement that leads from a detour through art to concrete professional situations. As a speaker, he questions our ability to listen, intercultural interpretation, and discernment by immersing us in sound universes or works by Beethoven, Mozart, Wagner, and also Chinese opera...
Marc-Antoine Hamet
Lison Hufschmitt

Lison Hufschmitt

Lyrical singer

 

Lyrical singer, choirmaster and creator of musical shows, Lison Hufschmitt brings to Synthesis her art of singing and speaking… Listening, breathing, speaking, singing… Matching what we have to say with the emotions we feels, all this to make the voice the means of expression for sensitive intelligence. Her work invites everyone to rediscover the voice, for a more adjusted, more confident, and more present mode. It is the link between creativity, efficiency, and emotion that she invites us to reconcile in each of us. During her interventions, singing, voice, stage acting are called upon to strengthen our presence, our commitment and our ability to be more inventive together.
 
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Denis Loubaton

Actor, dancer and director

 

Actor, dancer, artistic collaborator and director. He taught at the Faculty of Arts of Amiens for four years and directs numerous courses for professional actors in Paris but also at the TNT in Toulouse, at the CDNs in Reims and Besançon. For the past two years, he has appeared regularly at the Théâtre national de la Colline in Paris. As part of the Synthesis seminars, he offers a series of workshops and exercises based on the intelligence of the body, situations, and invention through words. His work is an invitation to move into a cooperative mode based on trust and the commitment of others.

 

Denis Loubaton

Anna Noziere

Director and author

 

Anna Nozière was born in 1972. She was 13 years old when she played and directed for the first time, in a village of 800 inhabitants, in Limousin. Trestles, a livestock truck transformed into the backstage, car headlights welded to huge tin cans as spotlights and chases - manipulated live by technicians seated on tennis referee chairs, with kitchen gloves to protect yourself from the heat ! -, a lighting console made by the local genius with a washing machine programmer and push buttons from old Citroëns… are the hallmark of her troupe of teenagers.
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Anna Nozière

Pierre Ollier

Actor

 

As an actor, his passion for theater caught up with him after his studies at HEC and eight years spent in organizational consulting, notably at UNILEVER. He plays in many productions including "Parts, OULIPO" at the Rond-Point des Champs Elysées theater. For 15 years he has accompanied managers on the demanding paths of communication, organization, and corporate vision. Since 1998, with Synthesis, he has been using his know-how as an actor to help understand business issues: leadership, discernment, commitment, uncertainty, innovation, the art of speaking “fairly”, team management, etc.
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Pierre Ollier

Jean Daniel Remond

Coach of leaders and senior managers
Psychologist, biologist 

He was Deputy Director General of the Red Cross, Director of the Society of Synthesis Advisors. Jean-Daniel Remond is also co-founder of the Mediation Training Institute, which he directed for ten years, before founding Europe et Cultures (SA).
 
Scientific advisor for Synthesis, he proposes a reflection on the functioning of the person and teams based on neuroscience. He designs personal discernment tools (questionnaires) that allow managers to take another look at their ability to detect weak signals, measure their vigilance or identify their relationship patterns.
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Jean Daniel Remond
Yan Vagh

Yan Vagh

Musician and composer

 

Eclectic and acoustic musician, composer, Yan Vagh devotes himself to composition, concerts in which he plays his own music, as well as the records he regularly releases. Choir conductor, his practice invites him to question that of the conductor with regard to the notions of leadership and collective energy. Through his deep and intimate knowledge of music, he invites us to draw inspiration from musicians and composers (Stravinsky, Coltrane). It helps us to better experience the link between individual performance and collective performance, sensitivity and technique, rigor and improvisation.
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