It does not take long for Armelle Solelhac to admit that she has the ultimate dream job: “I’m a consultant for mountain resorts and outdoor tourism”. For The Choice, Armelle discusses the choices she made on her climb to the top.
Growing up with a father who was a chef, Roxane Clément felt working for a great player in the food industry was an alternative path to have a role in this industry that is so essential to our lives.
For Isaac Getz, some companies have been able to create the conditions for a good life by changing the nature of relations between employees, not by introducing perks or wellness programmes.
At only age 22, Elias is committed to decrypting some of society’s most daunting questions, from economics to the evolution of the pandemic. Some might call him a “disseminator of knowledge.”
On World Climate Day, Thomas Friang, founder of L’Institut Open Diplomacy, reviews for The Choice current policies for sustainability.
Can being a manager and being yourself go hand in hand? We think so! Better yet, it could make you a more successful leader.
We cannot predict exactly what the future of work will look like. So rather than fruitlessly attempting to determine what jobs lie ahead, we’ve applied an alternative approach to identify the essential skills of future leadership.