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Neurodiversity in the Workplace - Why does it matter?

The 13 Sep 2023 from 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Ecole des Ponts Business School, 75012, Paris France
École des Ponts Business School


Neurodiversity in the Workplace - Why does it matter?
Embracing neurodiversity brings fresh perspectives that fuel innovation and creativity. It unlocks unique skills, fosters a sense of belonging and happiness among employees, taps into an untapped talent pool, enhances customer understanding and boosts personal success.
By valuing diverse cognitive abilities, we're not just adapting to the changing landscape; we're also creating a more inclusive environment that amplifies individual strengths and enriches overall team dynamics.
Join us to learn how embracing neurodiversity can drive success, for your business and for you, with our expert speakers, Sabrina Menasria and Vincent Grimaldi de Puget, who will delve into the crucial topic of neurodiversity, its impact on the modern workplace and how it contributes to shaping a more aware, compassionate and progressive society.
=> Please note this is an in-person event <=
Event Program and Highlights:
  • In-depth discussions on the significance of neurodiversity in fostering inclusive and innovative workplaces.
  • Valuable insights on creating an environment that embraces diverse neurotypes.
  • Practical strategies for leveraging neurodiverse talent to drive personal and organizational success.

Following the presentations, we will open the floor for a lively Q&A session. This is your opportunity to engage directly with our speakers and gain deeper insights.

Networking Cocktail: All are invited!
We will conclude the evening with a networking cocktail. Connect with fellow attendees, share your thoughts, and build meaningful connections in a relaxed and convivial atmosphere.
Our Speakers
Sabrina Menasria
Sabrina Menasria brings 17 years of Luxury Industry expertise to the forefront, with a remarkable career at prestigious brands like L’Oréal, Shiseido, and Coty. Formerly the Global Head of Data at CHANEL Fragrance & Beauty, she has added a data-driven edge to high-end cosmetics.
Beyond her impressive career, Sabrina's journey takes a unique turn. Diagnosed as neurodivergent in 2008, she's dedicated herself to raising awareness and fostering inclusion for neurodiversity. Recognized as the "Woman of the Year in Business Analytics" by the University of California Berkeley, she's a sought-after lecturer and contributor to Harvard Business Review, with her articles being among the most-read in 2022.
Sabrina's influence also extends to her role as President and Co-founder of "Les Singulières," a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women and driving neurodiversity social impact. In business and advocacy, Sabrina Menasria is a luminary, making a profound impact with her leadership and commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Vincent Grimaldi de Puget
Vincent Grimaldi de Puget, with 20 years of expertise and practical experience, guides leaders and entrepreneurs worldwide, shaping decisions, investments, and talent strategies. With global insights from New York to Tokyo, he uncovers cognitive biases in investments and talent acquisition. 
Vincent earned his MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. He has been a clinical professor in the United States, China and Europe and since 2015, Vincent has served as an affiliated professor (part-time) at the University of Grenoble Alpes, sharing his practical insights with peers and students at institutions such as Sciences Po (Paris), Edhec (Nice), Baruch (New York), Tongji University (Shanghai), New York University, Columbia University (New York), and Skolkovo (Moscow).
Vincent has worked with many Tech entrepreneurs and the C-Suites of renowned corporations worldwide as well as national and local governments in the EU and US. He has been featured in esteemed platforms like Les Echos, La Tribune, The Times, British Brands, and BusinessWeek.
Member of the board of Autism-Europe, he spoke at the European Parliament and where he shared insights on the recruitment of autistic and atypical talents in Tech companies.
Don't miss this chance to expand your knowledge, change your perspective, network with like-minded people and contribute to the dialogue on Neurodiversity in the Workplace.
All are welcome! See you soon!
N.B.: Limited seating - register now to secure your spot.  Doors will open starting 18:30 on the day of the event.


The 13 Sep 2023 from 7:15 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Ecole des Ponts Business School, 6, place du Colonel Bourgoin, 75012, Paris France


École des Ponts Business School