Dr. Moritz Senarclens de Grancy grew up in Hanover (Germany) as a son of a teacher and an urban planner. His paternal ancestors came from an old Swiss noble family from the Canton of Vaud by Lake Geneva. He spent his academic years in Austria, Russia, France and Germany and began his career as an intermediary between cultures in the academic environment.
Senarclens de Grancy works as reflective practitioner and coach for executives and non-executives, family business owners and board members in the D-A-CH countries. As a certified business mediator he mediates conflicts in organizations, law firms and family businesses. He currently operates his executive coaching practice in Berlin, Geneva and Vienna. In Berlin he runs an office for counseling, supervision and psychoanalysis.
After Senarclens de Grancy studied law, psychology and politics at the University of Passau (Germany) and Nizhny Novgorod (Russia) he completed his master in culture science at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Senarclens de Grancy research work was honored in 2011 by the Köhler Foundation with a PhD scholarship.
Senarclens de Grancy is author of several books and articles on psychoanalysis, self-knowledge and on different leadership issues. Since many years he is an appreciated guest editor and author for important journals such as Wirtschaftspsychologie, Supervision, PSYCHE, OSC, PDP, HRM, Organisational & Social Dynamics.
Since 2010 Senarclens de Grancy is developing and teaching courses on different issues. His latest program is called A Movies' Guide to Leadership Development, it presents psychoanalytic approaches to leadership and organizational development against the background of movie scenes. In his Expert Track programs, Senarclens de Grancy supports top level managers and CEOs with innovative knowledge in the field of the dynamics of leadership and organizations.
Senarclens de Grancy currently chairs the planning committee of the 37th ISPSO AM2020 Conference Berlin. He is member of the ISPSO, The Psychoanalytic Library Berlin (PsyBi), The Memorial Foundation of the 20th of July 1944, the Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation (SCCM).