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But Daddy, Mummy would have to become a boss first

Earlier this week, during the usual bedtime story chat one evening, a little voice made a comment of the more unusual sort : “But Daddy, Mummy would have to become a boss first.” Why, you may ask, do you hear … Continue reading

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Women’s Leadership Movements in France

As I dig deeper into the blogosphere, Twitter, and online press, and as I continue to discuss with others about what I do during my “year off” (yes, it does happen that I discuss in real time, with real people … Continue reading

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The Leadership Trend – Does the American Model Fit France?

As I was going through existing material on the internet about French and American corporate culture, I realised that, in spite of my five years of living in France, I still had not fully grasped the differences in French and … Continue reading

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Diversity and Change Management

How do you change a culture, and in this case corporate culture, to increase acceptance and promotion of diversity? Over the holidays, I read an article in the Economist about how to change the mentality of men in criminal gangs … Continue reading

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How A Don’t Becomes a Do

You know how you tell children not to do something? And then they do. Adults are not much different… I found a really interesting article in the HBR online the other day, resuming a few things I’ve mentioned earlier on this blog. The good … Continue reading

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