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Vincent H. Dominé

Adjunct Professor of Organisational Behaviour


Vincent H. Dominé is Adjunct Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. His research focus is leadership development from both an “inside-out” and “outside-in” perspective with an emphasis on group dynamics. He is the Director of the Leadership Development Programme (LDP) in the Global Executive MBA programmes in Abu Dhabi, Fontainebleau and Singapore and in the dual degree INSEAD-Tsinghua programme in Beijing. He also covers the topic of team coaching in the INSEAD Coaching Certificate programmme and leads the Leadership Check-Up Series (LCS) offered to INSEAD alumni around the world.

Vincent regularly consults with senior executive teams and boards and has designed and delivered leadership development programmes for many leading organizations. Following an international executive career, he founded DOMINÉ & PARTNERS, a Swiss-based leadership consultancy firm. He also acted as Chairman of a London-based venture backed by large media groups. He is a founding member of the Institute of Coaching Professional Association and a member of the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations. A graduate of INSEAD’s Masters in Consulting and Coaching for Change, he contributed to the book The Coaching Kaleidoscope (INSEAD Press 2010) and co-authored the book on Exploring Leadership Drivers & Blockers (Palgrave 2019).

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Leadership & Organisations

A Seven-Step Choreography for Thriving Teams

V. Dominé, F. Coluccia

Changes at team level will never take hold unless individuals’ objectives and behaviours are synchronised with those of the group.
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Leadership & Organisations

The Group Dynamics That Define Well-Functioning Boards

There is an intangible aspect to successful boards that cannot be captured by curating the right CVs.

Leadership & Organisations

Team Development in the Era of Slack

Teamwork is happening virtually more and more. Team building should be virtual as well.
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