Saturday 6 October 2018

5 Reasons to be part of the ESSEC Leadership and Diversity Chair with L’Oréal

"Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality"
We live in a world where complexity and change constantly shift our objectives and finalities. Many “modern” companies still rely on teams that are not diverse at all to face those new challenges. Research and experience, together with the opinion of the biggest banks and consulting firms, suggest that this wishful thinking is a huge strategic error. But managing diversity requires a strong leadership and a clear vision of the future. Thus, how can the manager of tomorrow develop those essential skills? The ESSEC Leadership and Diversity Chair in partnership with L’Oréal is the answer to this challenge. Here you will find 5 reasons to be part of this highly selective program:
  1. You will learn how to work with people from all over the world and you will learn how important is to build an inclusive culture in modern companies.
  2. You will develop essential management skills like negotiation and mediation. In addition to this, you will also learn how to deliver and perform an engaging public speech. And in order to do so, you will benefit directly from the know-how of L’Oréal that, according to many rankings, is one of the most diverse, ethical (and successful) companies in the world.
  3. You will learn how to listen, value and summarize the different points of view of a flexible team and you will feel empowered by the freedom to propose and lead new successful projects.
    By doing so, you will develop great content and a strategy that will inspire change in people all over the world. You will have to use your brainstorming and problem-solving skills to understand our market and the best strategy to reach our objectives.
  4. You will travel with your engaged team in another country for the annual Chair trip and you will learn from diversity’s champions during companies’ visits.
  5. You will have an unique opportunity to participate to the One Young World, the most important forum for young leaders in the world.

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Written by A. Carletta, Student Ambassador for the MiM program

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