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

Learn, connect, share, advance globally

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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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Galette Art Show 2020

    

JOIN US FOR A GREAT NETWORK EVENT TO CELEBRATE TOGETHER THE NEW YEAR! And discover the talented artists who will be exhibiting their artworks - Register here 


 Administrateur(E) au Féminin

  

Guide pour devenir Administatrice

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What's Hot #01

Hire me because I'm the best, not because I'm a woman

As women increase their presence and influence in the workplace, is the label "female leader" a hindrance?

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Critical Steps to Improving Support and Advancement of Women in the Workforce

Once commitment is established from the top, there are many actions leaders can take to create cultures where diverse groups of women can succeed.

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What we offer

  • Le Manifeste
    Le Manifeste

    Signez notre Manisfeste !  Etant que premier réseau professionnel féminin français, m...

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  • Think Tanks
    Think Tanks

    A simple definition of think tank is an organization that consists of a group of people w...

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  • Mentoring
    Mentoring

    What is mentoring ? Mentoring is a sharing, supporting and learning experience in which a...

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  • DEVELOP
    DEVELOP

    This year, the PWN Paris DEVELOP teams are offering you three programmes: Unleash Your Ta...

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  • Entrepreneurship
    Entrepreneurship

    Thinking about becoming an entrepreneur? Or “been there” for a while? From the pre-sta...

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  • Top-Executive
    Top-Executive

    Top Executive Program :  Are you still on the wrong side of the Boardroom door? Need a...

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  • Networking & Events
    Networking & Events

    Take a look at the exciting events that we have on offer, all great opportunities to star...

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The immortal - and false - myth of the workplace Queen Bee

The immortal - and false - myth of the workplace Queen Bee Cat fights, mean girls, Queen Bees. We've all heard these terms stemming from a popular belief that women don't help other women, or indeed actively undermine them. Women leaders are often portrayed in popular culture as suffering from Queen Bee Syndrome (think Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada) . The media is filled with advice about " what to do if you work for a Queen Bee ." But what if the Queen Bee isn't real?

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