The largest Diversity & Inclusion event for the European FMCG & retail sector with a unique focus on gender equality.
Join over 800 leaders from our industry either face-to-face in Paris or by participating virtually, to step change the future of D&I
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At the LEAD Network, we're all about driving progress towards gender equality in the consumer goods and retail sector. Our D&I Marketplace is an opportunity to explore leading practices from different organisations in our network. This multi-media exhibition allows participants to explore in their own time, participate in live sessions and connect directly with the people leading these initiatives
Join us as we raise a toast to our Partners and Volunteers and announce our Annual LEAD Network Awards winners.
What can you do as an individual to advance inclusion? Personal stories and experiences from inclusive leaders on how to bring your whole self to work. Four speakers from diverse backgrounds will give us their perspectives on our theme, through short TED-like talks. Avoiding burn-out, the generational divide, being born differently, becoming an empowered person at a young age. Tales of how diversity has shaped them and their careers.
Company leaders share their experiences and their journey towards creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace. Gender equality is an intentional choice that builds our culture and our business. Business driven best practices with an inspirational touch. Which concrete actions, that can be easily reapplied, can be put in place to improve inclusion? The companies featured in this session have made inclusion a fundamental expectation and cultural shift. Come and learn from them.
LEAD Network has become a unique forum for executives within the European consumer packaged goods and retail industry to speak openly about the challenges and rewards of promoting more women to leadership positions. This session considers the actions that CEOs and senior leaders can take to interrupt, disrupt and eliminate the workplace bias that affects the career progression and advancement of women.
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