Stéphane Wattinne, France



Company: momentom
Name: Stéphane Wattinne
Country: France

49 bis Avenue Barrois
F-59700 Marcq en Baroeul

Phone: +33 320 911 540
Mobile Phone: +33 609 882 608
Fax: +33 972 116 572
E-mail: swattinne@momentom.com   
Website: www.equilibre-coaching.com   www.momentom.com



EquiLibre-Coaching® induces a different kind of awareness that is sharper and deeper. In brief it is a chosen accelerator to change.

It is a process that develops leadership in all meanings of the word: leadership in the professional realm, in managerial situations; self-leadership within the framework of a personal development objective or to get a personal project under way.

EquiLibre-Coaching® can help you to discover and draw on your different potentials:


  • Develop your leadership qualities and presence

  • Discover and try out new modes of communication

  • Manage new situations free of stress

  • Find out better balance between control and letting go

  • Improve communication within your team, strengthen its cohesion

  • Develop new modes of co-operation in line with today’s and tomorrow’s projects


  • Manage your self-image, self confidence and your relationship to others

  • Identify your strengths and the conditions that set you up for success

  • Face uncertainty and change with greater serenity

For riders:

  • Understand the relationship with your horse better and try out new ways of  interacting

  • Improve your relationship with your own horse or pony

  • Develop the capacity of cooperating through consent and trust

  • Fine-tune the balance between control and letting go.

In individual sessions: the horse provides a non-verbal mirror image. Its feedback is direct and acceptable to the coachee. The work here centres around the client’s mode of relating, self-image, projections, confidence, modes of taking decisions and disposition to act.
In team sessions: the horse is integrated within the team. It is the team as a system that is coached, with its recurrent patterns of behaviour, its relational habits, its subconscious mode of operating, its implicit mechanisms. Each one will find something personal to work on as part of his or her own area of change within the perspective of greater fluidity in collective interactions.