Schneider Electrics Annette Clayton talks leadership skills

Schneider Electric's Annette Clayton talks leadership skills

 December 09, 2021

Annette Clayton, CEO and president of North America Operations for Schneider Electric, joined Rachel Morford, President of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), on the society's podcast, SWE Diverse, to discuss her background in engineering and how every step she has taken has led her to where she is now.

Annette also spoke about how Schneider Electric has grown in past years and how more than half of the company's board is comprised of women, and how Schneider Electric continues to strive to have three women in every team.

Addressing issues through audio

The podcast focuses on important issues and events relevant to members of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), the world's largest advocate and catalyst for change for women in engineering, and shares stories of women in engineering and technology.

Speaking about her guest slot, Annette said, "A big thank you to SWE for having me on as their guest for their ‘Diverse’ podcast. Anytime I can share my own experiences I’m happy to do so."

Schneider Electric's sustainability and inclusion work

Schneider Electric Annette Clayton

Annette discusses strategies for leading the largest business region for Schneider Electric and the real-world impacts of sustainable choices.

Annette also touches upon her career in the male-dominated manufacturing sector, her background in engineering and how every step she’s taken has led her to where she is now. 


Become a successful leader at Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric appreciates the distinctive skills every employee brings to the business and encourages everyone to turn their leadership career goals into reality.

The global company is looking for passionate women to help innovate at senior levels, so search and apply for their exciting job roles.

  

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