JUMP is the leading social enterprise working with organisations and individuals to close the gap between women and men at work, achieve sustainable corporate performance and create a more equal society.

THE FOUNDER ISABELLA LENARDUZZI IS AN ASHOKA FELLOW.

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Develop your influence to ensure your succes

Just as men, women are ambitious and want to develop their full potential Once again, we have proof of women’s ambition in the latest JUMP survey conducted with Leverage HR on more than 1, 000 career women ...

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Corinne Vigreux Pousse TomTom Dans Le Virage Autonome

Après avoir été parmi les pionniers de la navigation en temps réel avec ses boîtiers, TomTom se réinvente pour prendre le virage de la voiture autonome. L’entreprise néerlandaise a été cofondée en 1991 par une ...

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Arrêtons avec la diversité de façade : les conseils pour trouver les vrais talents et les intégrer dans l’entreprise

Vouloir de la diversité, c’est bien mais cela ne suffit pas. Armelle Carminati-Rabasse, experte en la question, partage ses recommandations pour rendre les entreprises plus ouvertes et innovantes. Présidente d’Axites-Invest, fonds d’investissement en capital-risque destiné ...

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Parité : Ces Entreprises Jouent Vraiment Le Jeu

100% des PDG du Cac 40 sont des hommes.Isabelle Kocher(Engie) est bien la seule directrice générale, mais elle n’est pas présidente, quant à Sophie Bellon (Sodexo), elle la seule présidente du conseil, mais n’est pas ...

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TODAY’S LEADERSHIP IS ABOUT INCLUSION

Caroline Thomaes, Country Leader of Procter and Gamble (P&G) for the Benelux, shares her views on leadership in today’s world. As a leader and as a woman, Caroline feels she “has it all”. We have ...

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Jump events

Forum

The events for advancing gender equality at work

Academy

Training and speaking to boost gender equality at work

Here is a selection of our most popular workshops:

  • Gender dialogue

    Gender Diversity Toolkit

    Everything you need to know in order to implement an effective gender equality action plan

  • Women empowerment

    Self-confidence and assertive communication

    Self-confidence is the most attractive quality a person can have. How can anyone see how great you are if you can’t see it yourself?

  • Men awareness

    How to become a better women’s ally at work

    Gender balance is a huge and global business opportunity. Is your company tapping into it?

Corporate Hub

The corporate gender equality network

Upcoming hub


Paris

Mentoring vs Sponsorship, and how to maximise them both

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Resources

The knowledge center for gender equality at work

Last study


What is stopping women from moving into leadership?

This study identifies Barriers that stop women from moving into these roles so that actions can be taken to remove them.

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Award

The corporate ambassador for gender equality

Wo.Men@Work Award Winner 2018

Pascale Van Damme

VP & MANAGING DIRECTOR DELL EMC BELUX

We have been talking about gender equality for some years now, it is no longer a new topic. Let’s be cautious of “gender fatigue” – we have made progress but it is far too slow: the World “Economic Forum now estimates that gender parity may be over 170 years away, whereas In 2014 it was 80 years… I believe in diversity in gender, culture, and age in my own organisation, but just as much in our education, government institutions, and society as a whole. Action starts with leading by example and by creating an environment where all employees can be authentic and feel at home.”


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