Sandrine Dufour, 1996, candidate for the Board of Directors EDHEC Alumni

Published on 07/12/2018
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Sandrine Dufour, 1996, is Consultant at VERT ET Ô
She plays an active role in the EDHEC network as :

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Brief presentation

Having managed business units for 15 years for major real estate firms (revenue of €100 m, staff of 60), in 2013 I founded Vert&Ô to help individuals and teams develop their potential with vision, innovation and sustainability for the benefit of organizations that are more committed, humanistic and meaningful and can make an impact more quickly. I work in a wide range of fields: leading transformations in organizations, management and leadership performance, executive coaching, talent development, and creating tailor-made and innovative development programmes. I established a new brand and method: FPP (Full Potential Philosophy), which is about mobilising the energy of all players to anticipate the performance-related challenges of the future by accounting for all dimensions of what it means to be human. My preferred business sectors are those with links to education and health. I have served on exam jury panels, sponsored the class of 2008, provided coaching in personal, professional and managerial development for EDHEC’s CSM cycle, and contributed to the directory of graduates. I have always shared the culture and values of the network and promoted the EDHEC brand.
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Reasons I wish to join the EDHEC Alumni Board of Trustees

I would like to make a contribution to the development of the EDHEC brand by bringing the following to the Board of Trustees:
- my different personas as manager, leader, coach and lobbyist
- my skills when it comes to strategic vision, development, overseeing activities, and accompanying change
- my expertise in interpersonal relationships
- my capacity to create value through the power of team synergies and network dynamics
- my belief that successful development is the product of different but complementary perspectives and cooperation between the generations
- my desire for the newly created network of 42,000 members to become a powerful tool serving members, achieve greater recognition both internally and externally, and develop an international brand image.

My proposals for this mandate

As a strategic plan for the three-year period, I propose several levels of intervention:
- define a common identity and vision that ALL members can share of the renewed ambitions of the new EDHEC Alumni network. Example: international positioning and enhancement of the network’s new identity: power and performance.
– deploy a strategy to develop a culture of value-creation based on the cooperative power of the network. Example: make alumni both contributors and actors in development outcome objectives.
– implement tangible and measurable action plans. Example: put in place cross-selling results indicators.
– establish a policy for international communication about the network’s results to benefit the EDHEC brand’s lobbying

Career change? Moving house?