WIN CNG Meeting - DuPont 2017

Welcome to the Corporate Learning and Networking Group Meeting (CNG)


Tuesday, 7 February 2017 at DuPont


09.00 to 13.15


Inclusion and Innovation - Is there a correlation?

WIN and DuPont are looking forward to welcoming you to the Corporate Learning and Networking Group meeting on Tuesday, February 7th. 

DuPont has been bringing world-class science and engineering to the global marketplace in the form of innovative products, materials, and services since 1802.  The company believes that by collaborating with customers, governments, NGOs, and thought leaders we can help find solutions to such global challenges as providing enough healthy food for people everywhere, decreasing dependence on fossil fuels, and protecting life and the environment. 

DuPont will share their experience on how they manage innovation and foster the inclusion of new ideas.

The meeting will also include facilitated networking as well as a hands on practical workshop.


Looking forward to seeing you on February 7th, 2017!



09.00 - 09.30  


Welcome Coffee

09:30 - 10.10                  

Welcome to Inclusion and Innovation. Opening and Connecting

By Kristin EngvigFounder & CEO, WIN

10.10 - 10:40

DuPont Presentation .·  

By Ebru Katip, HR Director, DuPont EMEA 

10.40 - 11.00                     

Mini break

11.00 - 12.15                   

Workshop: Coaching for Innovation.

By Catherine Hickel, Executive & Career Coach, Rosace Coaching

12.15 – 13.15

Networking Lunch

Workshop InformationCoaching for Innovation. By Catherine Hickel, Executive & Career Coach, Rosace Coaching

In these times of constant change, the pressure to deliver and perform often inhibit creativity and innovation. Indeed, our natural reaction to stress is to avoid risk taking and therefore, before knowing it, we start thinking small and do not dare trying anything new anymore.

Whatever your job, function or sector, with or without direct reports, you have vested interest in bringing more simplicity, impact, authenticity and efficiency in daily work, which will ultimately foster innovation.

Yes, you can develop the skills and behaviors that lie at the heart of being innovative. By adopting the “coach attitude”, you will practice active listening, powerful questioning, synchronization and self-observation, you will reveal the potential of those around you. You will therefore play your part in the innovation process. 

For additional information about DuPont and its commitment to inclusive innovation, please visit


Kristin Engvig, CEO & Founder, WIN
Kristin Engvig (Norwegian) is the pioneering founder of WIN who has dedicated the past 20 years to women’s leadership and organizational change, inspiring others to create a world where business and society flourish and all people thrive. Kristin created WINConference to bring alive her vision of ‘bringing a more feminine, global and sustainable way into work, communities and life’ A thought leader in the field of creativity, feminine and  authentic leadership, Kristin embraces our global responsibility through innovative corporate and leadership events and personal speaking engagements,  with the aim of inspiring women worldwide. In her early career Kristin worked for JPMorgan, Citibank and Innovation Norway and then as an international strategy and marketing consultant. Kristin has an MSc in business and marketing from BI, Oslo and an MBA from Bocconi. She has trained as an actress, practices Zen and Kundalini yoga and researches, writes and leads the WIN leadership journey. She is the mother of Leonardo, 13 and lives in Europe.


Ebru Katip, HR Director, DuPont EMEA

Ebru Katip leads DuPont EMEA HR organization to ensure businesses/functional strategies are enabled in the geographies DuPont operates. Since joining DuPont in December 2004, Ebru has worked as “HR Leader Turkey-M. East & Africa”; “EMEA HRBP in CPP, ABS and N&H Manufacturing”; “Global Talent Management Integration Leader” during DuPont-Danisco Integration, and “N.America / Corporate Talent Leader”. Just before moving back to Europe in January 2016, she was Global HRBP for supporting Consulting Solutions and Clean Technology businesses to translate business strategy and organizational needs into HR solutions & plans including organizational design, strategic workforce planning, talent acquisition, talent management, development, culture and organizational effectiveness. Prior to joining DuPont, for 9 years, Ebru worked in multiple industries including pharmaceutical, IT, HR Consultancy in developing and developed markets in various HR leadership roles. Additionally, Ebru is trained in 2 different coaching schools: CTI and Organization Relationship Systems Coaching. She has Black Belt from Crop Protection Sales & Marketing business. She is also certified trainer for “Behavioural Based Interviews”, “Performance Partnership”, and “Career Development Program”. Ebru is a graduate of Psychology & Executive MBA. She lived in Istanbul, Vienna, Wilmington and now resides back in Geneva with her husband, one daughter and one cat.


Catherine Hickel, Executive & Career Coach, Rosace Coaching

A French national, Catherine lived and worked in France, the UK, Belgium, the USA and now Switzerland. Her Masters of Arts in business management and European integration economics naturally led her career to start at the European Commission in Brussels. Soon, she moved on to the world of fast growing American start-ups and spent five years with a leading provider of e-sourcing services. During those intense years, Catherine had international leadership responsibilities. In 2004, Catherine changed career a first time to join Borderless, a high end international executive search firm focusing on health, converting and processing industries. For 10 years, she led global search processes from early briefing to final on-boarding facilitation with both candidates and hiring teams. As an international consultant with global companies for +15 years, Catherine experienced many of today’s leaders’ challenges. She felt that people need support to leverage their strengths and unleash their authentic selves. This is at the heart of her second career transition in 2013 towards executive and career coaching. She intervenes all along the talent management chain, across functions and sectors, coaching executives, managers, teams, around performance, leadership and development areas. A modern feminist and advocate of diversity, Catherine continually encourages women and men to set themselves free from social and peer pressure, to go for their own dreams and what really matters to them. 


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