Open Leadership is a community of individuals (researchers, experts, managers, entrepreneurs, and other passionate people) and organizations (companies, associations) who share our vision.
The community’s expertise, experiences and energy convert ideas and knowledge into practical and transformational innovations.
Director, professor of management
Hager Jemel holds a doctorate in management science (IAE Lille) and is currently involved in both teaching and research. Her work focuses on the CSR challenges facing companies and the way in which the financial markets perceive Environmental, Social and Governance criteria. She joined the Open Leadership team in 2016.
Marieke Delanghe holds a doctorate in management science and is a senior researcher at EDHEC. She is a graduate of Université Lille 2 (finance). Her work focuses on quantitative approaches to leadership and diversity. She joined Open Leadership in 2014, where she is responsible for developing the e-Life project.
Geneviève Houriet Segard
Geneviève Houriet Segard holds a doctorate in economics (IEP Paris). She is also a graduate of HEC Lausanne and holds a Master in CSR (IAE Gustave Eiffel). She joined Open Leadership in 2016 as a senior researcher, having previously worked as an economist with the International Labour Organization.
Sarah Saint Michel
Sarah Saint-Michel successfully completed the Agrégation in Economics and Management and holds a doctorate in management science from Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. She currently works as a lecturer at the Ecole de Management de la Sorbonne. Her research focuses on the themes of leadership and organizational practices that favour inclusion and diversity.
Jean-Michel Monnot is the founder of All Inclusive. He previously served as VP for diversity and inclusion for 9 years at Sodexo Group. He joined Open Leadership in 2016 as an associate expert and describes himself as a performance accelerator through inclusion.
Professor of management
Camille Pradies holds a PhD in management from Boston College and is also a graduate of ESCP. She has been a professor of management at EDHEC Business School since 2014. Her area of expertise is change management and paradoxes.