Nestlé Professional USA Provides Opportunities for Women Leaders
From discovering new tools to expanding networks, here’s how Nestlé Professional is building capabilities and advancing careers of women leaders.
The Nestlé Professional team celebrated Women’s History Month by participating in the Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF) Leadership Conference.
This exciting event was filled with inspirational speakers, including Sunny Hostin, Carla Harris, and Mel Robbins who shared exceptional strategies to navigate the personal and professional world. The Nestlé Professional team was inspired and energized after listening to their powerful stories—walking away with new ideas to integrate into their own work and lives.
Different skill-building sessions at the conference helped the team learn many actionable techniques, including how to embrace change, thrive through chaos, negotiate, make their voice heard, achieve results, own their career development, and create high-impact relationships.
They also had an incredible experience connecting with other foodservice industry professionals, discussing their challenges, and sharing advice on how to tap into their potential to become high performers who thrive at work.
“This event, led by the most influential women leaders in the foodservice industry, helped the Nestlé Professional team discover new tools to lead with agility, advance their careers, and expand their networks,” says Trona Balkissoon, chief financial officer, Nestlé Professional. “Our partnership with WFF helps continuous development of our women leaders and male allies by providing growth opportunities and building an environment where they can connect, share learnings, and build rewarding careers.”
Nestlé Professional WFF members are part of a large learning community of foodservice industry professionals focused on personal and professional development. They participate in learning sessions and events designed to build capabilities 365 days of the year to expand their knowledge, grow their network, and propel their careers.
To find out more about the Women’s Foodservice Forum, visit wff.org.