Valérie Peyre is currently Chief of Staff and Head of Strategy and Communications for the Centre for the New Economy and Society at the World Economic Forum (WEF). In this role she focuses on developing and strengthening all communication aspects related to the Centre’s work on Growth & Competitiveness, Education & Work and Gender Parity & Inclusion.
She worked on the latest research published by the World Economic Forum highlights that with the growing adoption of new technology and the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution 75 million jobs will displaced by 2022 while 133 million new ones will be created. However, findings laid out that individuals will require an extra 101 days of training to adapt to these transformations.
This workshop will explore the consequences to the coaching profession and to coaches specifically as their clients needs evolve. ously held senior roles advising a wide range of constituents and stakeholders including Fortune 500 companies, major civil society organizations, universities and governments on sustainability and social responsibility and managed the WEF’s engagement with multilateral organizations.
Prior to the WEF, Valérie held managerial roles at Siemens Mobile, BMW and Escada headquarters in Munich, Germany.
She holds a Master in Global Leadership from the WEF in collaboration with INSEAD and Columbia University; an MA in International Management from the Strasbourg Graduate School of Management, and a BA of Political Science from the Institute of Political Science of Strasbourg and Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.
She has also completed a Solution Focused Coaching training with Erickson College in Vancouver allowing her to mentor and coach within and outside of her work environment.
Valérie has been a visiting lecturer at the Strasbourg Graduate School of Management.
A French national, Valérie is fluent in English, and German. She grew up in France, Germany, Morocco and the United-States and currently lives in the Geneva area. She is married and has three daughters.