Religion, women and leadership


Saturday March 8th 2014 from 6 PM to 7:30 PM at the Dauphine main campus, room A 709. A 'Slam' Round-Table Conference organized for International Women's Day by Université Paris-Dauphine's Master's in Intercultural Management's 5thgraduating class

The 5th graduating class of Université Paris-Dauphine's Master's in Intercultural Management cordially invites you to attend their conference organized for International Women's Day 2014.

The conference will be hosted by François Chanlat, co-director of the Master's program in Intercultural Management and co-director of the Université Paris-Dauphine Management & Diversity Chair.

Four respected specialists will participate:

Patrick Banon, writer and essayist, specialized in the field of religious studies and thought systems. He will speak on the subject of religious diversity from his perspective as Director of the Institute for Diversity Studies.

Corinne Hirsch, expert in gender equality. She is the first woman at Yoplait to head a major international department: Asia-Pacific. Hirsch served as Delegate General of the Fondation des femmes pour la Méditerranée (Mediterranean Women's Foundation). Last but not least, she is a member of the board and Vice president of the EPWN-Paris Think Tank and co-founder of the Laboratoire de l'Egalité (Laboratory for Equality)

Stéphanie Talleux, consultant and coach, expert on expatriation and nomadic careers. Her mission is to encourage and accompany talented men and women whose goal is to build an international career, either individually or as a couple.

Chaher Mohamed Saïd Omar, multidisciplinary journalist and a student in the Master's in Intercultural management program, will mediate the discussions .

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