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Dominique Reiniche by Stephane Lesaffre


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Dominique Reiniche by Stephane Lesaffre

  1. 1. Dominique Reiniche Leadership Bio MGMT 671Stephane Lesaffre 1
  2. 2. Fortune’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Business International Ranking Rank Name Company Country 1 Cynthia Carroll Anglo American Britain 2 Gail Kelly Westpac Australia 3 Marjorie Scardino Pearson Britain 4 Barbara Kux Siemens AG Germany 5 Chanda Kochhar ICICI Bank India … … … … 15 Dominique Reiniche Coca-Cola France … … … … 2
  3. 3. Who is Dominique Reiniche? President, Europe Group  Since 2005  60,000 employees, 180 brands, 38 countries  Over $6 billion in sales 50 Most Powerful Women in Business (global)  Since 2003 Board Member President & board member of various trade associations 3
  4. 4. Who is Dominique Reiniche? (cont’d) Career accomplishments  First female  Group head at Procter & Gamble France  Member of management board at Kraft Jacobs Suchard  Head of Coca-Cola France, and later Coca-Cola Europe (also, 1st non-American in each role)  Only woman in Coca-Cola’s operations leadership Personal life  57 years old  1 daughter (21), 2 step-daughters (23 & 22) 4
  5. 5. Integrating 4 domainsWork & External Community Work, Self & Home Proactively tackle business impact  Acknowledge family role: on external community key buffer against stress & Invite outside community into firm motivator to make work a positive force for the future Become a leader in external Work organizations  Manage professional commitments to prioritize family External  Seek help Home Community InternalWork, Self & Internal Community Self Define work success in collective terms (“we, not me”) Groom a team for long-term success Build a mutually supportive work environment: open communication, team-work, delegation, responsiveness 5
  6. 6. Key Lessons  Draw on defining experiences in each domain to illuminate key prioritiesSet priorities  Requires self-awareness, listening to stakeholders, and learning attitude  Publically communicate priorities, values and mission (story-telling)Communicate  Affirm benefits for the greater good and for stakeholders priorities  Align others around personal actions  Types of help: mentors, work teams, house help, relationships…Seek outside support  Delegate roles to focus where one has the greatest impact  Leverage help to perform across domains 6