Drawing on more than 26 years’ professional experience, in human relationships and management in a multicultural context as a guiding principle.
A systemic approach to the organisation that ensures customer satisfaction and the company’s strategic alignment.
Referenced CNFPT “Centre national de la fonction publique et territoriale”.
France Compétence certified trainer.
My name is Leila DELIMI, I provide advice and support to companies and organisations to develop an inclusive culture by promoting the diversity of profiles and ideas to create an fair working environment conducive to co-construction. My approach to diversity is both human and cultural.
The strength of each human being lies in his/her difference also called Singularity. It is :
Since childhood, I’ve loved interacting with others. Extrovert and curious by nature, I have always been asking lots of questions. For me, knowledge and understanding are the first steps towards tolerance and respect. On a professional level, this has given me the ability to work in a multicultural context and to maintain excellent interpersonal relationships.
The television program “Cities of Gold” amplified this curiosity about others. Dispite the background of the conquest of the New World and its treasures ; this tv show was about a quest for identity through a journey back to the hero’s homeland. I realised then the importance of sef-awareness.
I have also developed a passion for the history of cultures and civilisations. Beyond the visible differences, I have identified the similarities and the links between individuals and their ecosystems.
With a background in literature and linguistics, I had limited my areas of jobresearch to those that corresponded to my initial training, before opening up to the world of industry. My experience has shown me that while technical skills can be learned over time, knowledge of oneself and one’s own qualities, known as ‘soft skills’, is essential for developing self-confidence and employability, especially in a constantly changing professional environment.
What do you want to do when you grow up? We’re asked this question from an early age. While some of us have no idea, others have a very specific idea that they will put into practice when they grow up… Personally, I have had several career aspirations. My career path is marked by these various ambitions.
When I entered the job market, the norm was a permanent contract. Taking a path paved with several experiences, as was my case, was falsely considered by some people as a sign of instability. However, the diversity of my professional environments and the positions I’ve held have enabled me to develop technical and cross-disciplinary skills, but above all a lot of soft skills.
Diversity has been a powerful lever for development, fulfilment and self-fulfilment. This led me to create my own business after validating my qualifications in Human Ressources with a Master’s degree in 2019.