At the France Chapter Committee we have in common our passion for diversity and inclusion.
Our Chapter’s mission is to promote women’s advancement and development, in the retail and consumer goods sector, in France. To do so, we focus on three important pillars:
- Building an enabling ecosystem for the advancement of women in their companies
- Helping women gain self-confidence and become the leaders of their careers
- Creating and operating a network for career opportunities within our sector
Since our Chapter launch in 2019, our membership has grown to more than 880 active members. If you are interested to join our Chapter, please login our Member Platform and request to join the France Chapter.
Our Chapter events are open to members only. Please apply for membership (free of charge) and activate your account, if you are not yet a LEAD Network member. For more Chapter information, contact LEAD Network at email@example.com
Marketing & Offer Director
Senior Director MS&P
Corporate & Alternative Channels
April 7th, 14:00 – 16:00 CEST
Les enjeux de la mixité des métiers : comment briser “la paroi de verre” ?
Women managing the pandemic is a source
of inspiration and legitimacy on a giant screen
for all leaders worldwide!
Dominique Ringler – Founder of the consulting & coaching firm, Wingsfromwithin
The feeling of imposture, the unattainable need for perfection, the fear of showing one’s emotions and appearing vulnerable, the fear of judgment, and the feeling of guilt that accompany making difficult decisions, are all obstacles to women leaders. These fears and sentiments subvert the influence of their talents and hinder their deep and unique power.
Let’s talk about assertiveness
In this video, a dialogue takes place between Béthanie Surget, relational communication coach, specializing in neurosciences and Latifa Gahbiche, CEO of CHEP France and CHEP Morocco. Latifa tells us about her career as a leading and assertive woman: “we all have the right to be happy ”.
Diversity & Inclusion: experience sharing about unconscious bias
De l’importance de développer son réseau professionnel