Alexandre Destro

audience impact
influence techniques
body language

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Those who have worked with Alex do appreciate the precision and speed with which he assesses his clients’ needs and put them on a fast track. Don’t be misled by his Italian charm; he is driven by time and efficiency when it comes to making you progress.

In fact, as a former behavioural therapist, Alex learned that helping people change their habits and develop new skills required a sound preparation. Selecting the right scientific, proven method for every need is the key. Today’s business clients make no difference: he dedicates a lot of time sharpening the tools so that he can adapt freely to his clients’ needs. He also learned how to make the clients progress step-by-step, at their own pace (or, in rescue mode, at the pace the situation forces you to take...) and possibly enjoy the training. But what matters most in his work is getting feedbacks on his clients’ real progress in real life.

After his master in psychology, he developed a talent for talking in public and sharing his passion about experiments in scientific psychology. Indeed, he lectured psychology to students in journalism at a high school of communication renown for its hands-on, down-to-hearth pedagogy for 10 years. With this ability to reach a broad audience on scientific topics, large corporations often invite him to raise awareness about leadership, communication and happiness at work. Should you wish to get his help or invite him for a Lunch&Learn, do not hesitate to contact him at alexandre.destro@leadercom.pro

Thierry Gieseler

audience impact
visual communication

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When meeting Thierry, you’ll discover his natural inclination for listening and a passion for communication challenges. Therefore he doesn’t have to make any effort in helping you clarify your message, find new ways of putting your thoughts and feelings into words that sound right for you… and your audience.

You might also share his passion for the scientific discoveries on the human mind. No surprise that he has got a master in psychology. And he worked as a research assistant at the Université Catholique de Louvain. Why did he drop his PhD project ? To get out of the labs and confront his knowledge in psychology with the real (business) world. Thierry gained significant working experience through various positions in marketing and IT management in global companies over more than 10 years.

He now happily dedicates all his time to translating scientific discoveries about the psychology of communication into business-relevant training and coaching. As a result, his clients do appreciate his unique feedback and advise, blending in once all aspects of that truly impact the audience, from management, sales and marketing, or corporate leadership with specific behaviours that impacts the audience. If you wish to work with him on your next communication, do not hesitate to touch base with him: thierry. gieseler @ leadercom.pro



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In 2007 Alexandre Destro and the professor René Zayan of the Université Catholique de Louvain trained several Belgian politicians, party leaders and vice ministers. They created the brand Leadercom and gave conferences on charisma and the psychology of communication to EU institutions and associations.

The same year, René Zayan wrote and presented a TV documentary film about political charisma : “Coupez le son” (“Charisma in Politics, the Body Language of Politicians”).

Directed by Thierry Berrod, the film has since been screened to over 500 million viewers around the world.

In 2012 Thierry Gieseler, a psychologist with 15 years of experience in business, joins the team. From 2013 onwards, he supports the expansion of the services in training and coaching towards the corporate world.

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