INSEAD and Cartier joining forces at ChangeNOW for the Gender and the Future of Work forum
On 21 May 2022, the INSEAD Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society, as the Major Academic Partner for the ChangeNOW Summit, will host the “Gender and the Future of Work” Forum in collaboration with the INSEAD Gender Initiative and Cartier Women's Initiative.
Join the conversation with faculty and alumni, impact entrepreneurs and other practitioners, at the Grand Palais Ephemere in Paris or online. Through interactive sessions, live polls and discussions on latest research findings, this Forum will offer specific interventions to make participating organizations more gender-inclusive in the aftermath of the Covid disruption.
As academic partner of ChangeNOW for the 4th consecutive year, the Hoffmann Global Institute looks forward to leading the conversation on the future of gender balance at work. We will discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is giving businesses an opportunity reset and restructure, including the chance to create a more gender inclusive workplace.
Katell Le Goulven, Executive Director of the Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society
Cartier Women’s Initiative is proud to be part of the INSEAD Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society‘s conversations on the Gender and the Future of Work. Decent work and economic growth has been one of the top SDGs worked on by the women impact entrepreneurs in our community, and there is no time more clear than present, the imperative to have work that works for women.
Wingee Sampaio, Cartier Women’s Initiative
Executive Director of the INSEAD Gender Initiative and of the Emerging Markets Institute, Asia Director Hoffmann Global Institute for Business & Society,
Managing Director, Levante Capital Management
Member of the Executive Committee, INSEAD Women in Business Alumni Club
Executive Director, INSEAD Hoffmann Global Institute for Business & Society
All events are fully hybrid
All times are in Central European Summer Time (CEST)
13:30 - 13:35
Across this unique 3-hour programme, INSEAD’s Hoffmann Institute for Business and Society in collaboration with the INSEAD Gender Initiative, has designed several interactive sessions to engage and guide the audience from academic theory to applied action points so that participating organizations can become more gender-inclusive in the aftermath of the Covid disruption.
13:35 - 14:15
What the Evidence Shows: Sharing results from recent survey conducted by the INSEAD
This opening session will reveal the results of a recent INSEAD survey aimed at understanding women’s professional experiences relative to men, exploring gender related and cultural differences, and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on gender balance.
14:15 - 14:30
Live Poll with ChangeNOW Audiences
A poll for participation by both the onsite and online participants. The poll’s function is to understand the audience’s viewpoint in relation to the forum’s theme. The results of this live poll will be discussed by subject experts.
14:30 - 15:00
Buzz Pairs: Interactive Sessions
An interactive session for onsite participants facilitated by INSEAD’s Dr Vinika Rao. Based on the survey results disclosed at the beginning of the session, poll results and general event theme, the audience will work in pairs to discuss their own experiences and perspectives on the topic. Three questions will be posed to the audience for discussion before reporting back to the group on key insights.
For our online participants only, a recorded session with Bianca Bax, Expert Partner at Bain & Company will be talking on the subject of Benefits of Gender Diversity in Business & Why and How You Should Be an Ally. This recorded session will be presented by Evgenia Vasilyeva MBA Student & President of INSEAD Women in Business Club.
15:00 - 15:30
15:30 - 15:40
Discussion on Buzz Pairs’ revelations
15:40 - 16:40
Lessons from Practice - Discussion of IGI Research Results
The closing panel brings together academics and practitioners to draw upon and discuss the research results, audience poll results and practitioner experience. By merging lessons from academic theory with practitioner experience, actionable points and specific interventions will be produced for the audience regarding gender balance in the wake of COVID-19.
Panelists: Lucy Quist, Zoe Kinias, Wingee Sampaio, Dirk Luyten
16:40 - 16:45
Wrap Up & Thank You