Dear INSEAD Alumni,You are invited to an evening conference featuring alumna Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, whose consultancy 20-first helps global companies benefit from the biggest shift underway in talent and market demographics.
Becoming a Gender Bilingual Leader for the 21st Century, June 1, 2016, Zürich
Being fluent in the languages and cultures of men and women is the new must-have leadership trait in business now that women represent the dominant talent pool and dominant market makers. Managers who seek engagement from 100% of the talent and strong connections with 100% of potential consumers need to become ‘Gender Bilingual’, according to Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, CEO of the premier gender consultancy 20-first. Learn about what Gender Bilingualism is – its leadership style and strategies in a presentation, followed by a Fireside Chat between Avivah and Dominik Schaller, Partner, Egon Zehnder. Do join us to hear insights on what gender balancing means for your career, your board, your company and its market. We look forward to seeing you on June 1st!
Avivah Wittenberg-Cox INSEAD MBA’84
CEO of 20-first
Avivah is a consultant, coach, author, popular international speaker and an authority on gender balancing. Before founding 20-first, she was with HR consultants Towers, Perrin in Brussels and Geneva. She also spent five years as a Visiting Coach at INSEAD. Avivah began her career in the IT department at L’Oréal. She has a BA from the University of Toronto, an MBA from INSEAD and completed the Women’s Leadership Program at Harvard.
Dominik Schaller, MBA 01D, Partner, Egon Zehnder Zurich
Dominik has been with Egon Zehnder since 2005. His focus is senior executive and Board searches in insurance and banking, as well as working with clients on management assessment and development. Prior to that he worked at Bank Julius Baer & Co. and McKinsey & Co. Dominik has an MBA from INSEAD, a PhD in Physics from the University of Basel and an MSc. in Physics from the University of Michigan.