Stefan Gröschl is Professor at the ESSEC Business School, Paris, France.
Stefan is widely known for his expertise in responsible leadership, sustainability, diversity management, international human resources management, and organizational behavior. He has shared this expertise in a wide range of academic and public arenas, and has published numerous books on responsible leadership, diversity management, and international human resources management related aspects.
His research has also been published in numerous book chapters and articles in both the international trade and academic press. His research and teachings have brought Stefan to assignments in a wide range of academic institutions around the world. He is an editorial board member and reviewer for numerous international academic management journals. Stefan has worked with governmental organizations and companies in the private sector, and has developed and conducted company training programs for firms in France and internationally.
Jessica Gobert has been working for ESSEC since 2008. She has worked in various functions and departments until 2012. For the past five years, Jessica has been a Project Manager in the Dean's office. She is currently in responsible of pedagogical programs and experiences, and has been coordinating ESSEC's flagship program "Comprendre & Changer le Monde" seminar for the past four years.
She is also in charge of the "Start'up Shaker" seminar for the Grande Ecole Program, "Learning Together" seminar for the Global BBA Students, and she oversees the "Problem Solving Techniques" seminar and all Business Games in Cergy, Rabat and Singapore's ESSEC campuses.
Jennifer Byron and Jérémy Savey, in charge of the K-lab workshops during CCM Seminar.
Jennifer Byron worked for a few years in a marketing and communication agency specialized in sustainable development. Afterward, she started at ESSEC in 2011 where, alongside Michel Baroni, she coordinated the Advanced Master in Financial Techniques and the Advanced Master in Finance & Asset Management. In 2018, she joined the K-lab team where her mission is to develop the K-lab Workshops on the Cergy and La Défense campuses. She is also involved in projects related to the digital augmented campus where she handles the pedagogical engineering of animation plans and gamification.
Jérémy Savey joined Essec in 2018. He coordinates the Learning Center's training sessions. As such, he develops training modules for the school's various audiences (students, participants in executive programs, teacher-researchers and staff) and participates in the k-lab workshops related to information literacy, critical thinking and digital culture....in a word, key skills for the seminar. Follow @jerys_neo