It is no coincidence that Christel Heydemann's favorite film is
La vie est belle
, by Roberto Benigni.
Or if she borrowed his motto from Gandhi:
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever."
At 46, the president of Schneider Electric France (1.5 billion in turnover, 15,000 employees, 36 production or R & D centers, etc.) is an ultra-positive force of nature who has faith in the future.
"She is zen, puts everything into perspective and never takes the lead"
, confesses her sister Karine.
A philosophy of life inherited from a tragic car accident from which she escaped, by a miracle, when she was young…
"It is in difficulty that we accomplish the most beautiful feats"
, sums up this polytechnician, the daughter of a central engineer and a teacher from a normalienne university who, as a child, adored science.
Schneider Electric confirms its digital shift with a new acquisition
And right now, Madame is served!
Since the outbreak of the crisis a year ago, the French boss of the international group
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