PWN Paris is a global movement of people accelerating gender balanced leadership in business and society, through professional development and international, cross-industry, online and in-person networking

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Connect with members around the world. Develop professionally through our learning, leadership and mentoring programs, events and webinars.

Access our state-of-the-art website and join committees, forums and other social means for networking. 

 

PWN Paris is a branch of PWN Global. We are a cross-sectoral networking, advocacy, information and training forum for management-level women and men with an international outlook.

The mission of the association – which is run by a group of dynamic women, all volunteers – is to promote the professional progress of women and give them the tools, networks and skills they need to assume leadership roles. 

 

 

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Welcome to PWN Paris!

The first inclusive network in France

    

On June 12th Françoise Derolez and Cécile Bernheim, Co-Presidents of PWN Paris, announced the opening of the network to men executives and leaders who wish to act to promote the balance between women and men in the economic world.

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PWN Paris Christmas Cocktail Party

  

On vous attend toutes, c’est le rendez-vous de l’année, venez accompagnées !  Mardi 3 décembre de 19h à 22h. Inscriptions ici

 


Administrateur(E) au Féminin

  

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With the latest Hampton-Alexander review being published on November 13, the lid is lifted once again on British companies’ true efforts to tackle gender imbalance in the workplace. Whilst both the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 look to be on track to reach the 2020 targets set back in 2011, the FTSE 350 is set to fall dangerously behind—that is, unless “half of all available roles” go to women by the end of 2019.

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