Julien Schmidt appointment as Human Resources Director
Keywords: HR, Corporate Governance, Human & Organizational Development, Coaching, Multiple Natures
Watt & Well, the power electronics equipment supplier, has appointed Julien Schmidt as its first Human Resources Director in 2020. He reports directly to Benoit Schmitt, Chief Executive Officer and founder.
Supporting the fast-paced growth
Based on a multicultural background and education (French and German), Julien Schmidt has joined Watt & Well after approximately 20 years of rich and in-depth working experience in Legal, Management and HR functions in various environments and countries, both in senior management and executive roles. In this position, Julien Schmidt is instrumental in supporting Watt & Well’s strategic goals of growth.
“I stand for a multidisciplinary and multicultural mindset putting the human factor at the center of any transformation, focusing on values and culture as key drivers for individual and collective development”. Julien Schmidt
His focus with Watt & Well is to accompany the transformation dynamic the company faces at all levels in its fast-paced growth process – and to make an employment experience that engages the talented people towards Watt & Well’s success.
Julien Schmidt has a confirmed track record in leading various transformation projects at local, regional and global levels leveraging strong HR experiences, covering the whole employee and business life cycle.
“My key drivers are a strong business acumen, positive energy, lucidity and global vision, idealism & pragmatism, high emotional intelligence, ethics, interdisciplinary approach and methodology, mindful monitoring, neutrality & total confidentiality, honesty & trust.” Julien Schmidt
About Julien Schmidt
Julien Schmidt earned his master’s degree in social law and politic science at University Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne. He also holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) certificate from the International Coaching Federation (ICF). He currently resides in Aix-en-Provence, South of France.