Dominique Butticaz

Born and raised in Switzerland, Dominique Butticaz first joined a publishing house in Germany. She then held senior management positions contributing to European business development for international corporations such as Warner Bros (Time-Warner group), Mattel Inc. and Club Med. She opened the French office of Warner Consumer Products and a few years later launched Mattel Consumer Products EMEA, a new division handling brand extension activities for the Mattel brands (Barbie, Fisher-Price etc…) in the region, after which she became Vice President Licensing and Partnerships WW for Club Med, negotiating strategic alliances with Coca-Cola and Danone, among other partners.

A graduate of HEC Management School (MSc.), Dominique holds a MA in sociology (Paris 7, 2000) and recently completed a Master’s degree in clinical psychology (Paris 8, 2007). She also undertook specific training in coaching and is certified for such approaches as MBTI, the Strong vocational interest inventory etc…
As an Associate Member of French SF Coach and a Process Com certified coach, Dominique coaches senior executives, often in C-level positions, as well as managers from French and international corporations in a broad range of situations from taking over new executive responsibilities to stimulating strategic vision, and including communication skills development, feedback on 360° instruments, developing collective intelligence and helping executives express their fullest potential. She also facilitates leadership development seminars both for young high potential managers as well as for more experienced professionals.

Her clients include: Arcelor, BNP Paribas, Calyon, Carrefour, Eversheds, Fagor Brandt, FCB, Landwell, Michelin, OECD, Sanofi-Aventis, Société Générale, UCB, etc…  

Dominique works in French and English, as well as possibly in German and Italian.


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