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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WoMen's night, what's up in 2020?

    

Join us for a great event at Centre Pompidou. 

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Creating pathways for women in leadership

Creating pathways for women in leadership Share In many societies around the world, the representation of women in both political leadership and corporate governance is still in the minority. According to United Nations Women (UN Women), the UN entity dedicated to gender equality and the...

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Council Post: The Power Of Female Mentors: Why We Need More Women Leading Today's Workforce

Photo: Getty According to a recent survey , 56% of American workers have had a professional mentor, while 76% believe that mentorship is an important part of professional and career development. Unsurprisingly, there is a pronounced gender discrepancy when it comes to American mentorship; 82%...

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What we offer

  • Manifeste
    Manifeste

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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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  • Entrepreneurs
    Entrepreneurs

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

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  • NETWORK
    NETWORK

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

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  • Mentoring
    Mentoring

    PWN Paris DEVELOP - Mentoring Programme : What is mentoring ? Mentoring is a sharing, su...

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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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  • TopExec
    TopExec

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

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Is “Intrapreneurship” The Key To Boosting Female Executive Numbers?

Boards at many organizations continue to comprise a rather predictable set of senior male executives. But businesses cannot compete globally, and meet higher-level stakeholder expectations, if this is allowed to continue. Though the boardroom has traditionally been homogeneous in nature, there has recently been a gradual change in how shareholders are approaching the composition of their boards.

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