We grow students into Do Well Do Good leaders 

Highly skilled students to shape a more inclusive and sustainable society


Our programmes

We currently offer 3 types of programme. 

1)  DWDG - Do Well Do Good programme for university students

The programme is offered at no cost to students who have the potential to shape a more sustainable and inclusive world.

The programme runs over 2 academic years and it is adjusted to local context to ensure students can balance their time between the programme and their academic curriculum. 

Students can't join the programme on their own, they need to form teams in their local university. Today, 2472 students from 126 top universities and 49 countries are following the ShARE programme.


see all our student teams

2)  CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMMES for young talents

We create customized programmes with local companies and institutions to identify, train and place Do Well Do Good leaders in companies and institutions. The programme is a lot more intense than the DWDG programme, has dedicated ShARE staff and students come to the ShARE office for their trainings.


2-year very selective programme offered to top university students after which they join minister private office. Currently offered in Togo under the patronage of the President, it trains every year 40 top young talents which have been selected out of 1000s of applications. It is currently being discussed with other governments.

2-year very selective programme offered to talented women in Africa and prepare for top jobs in the private sector and the administration. Currently ran in Togo under the patronage of the Prime Minister Mme Dogbe, and in Côte d'Ivoire with the patronage of the Prime Minister Mr Patrick Achi, it is being discussed with other countries.

2-year very selective programme offered to talents coming from underprivileged background to prepare for top jobs in the private sector. The first edition is launched in Paris ("Programme d'Excellence pour les Elites de nos Quartiers) with the participation of senior executives from EDF, Saint Gobain, Hermes, BNP and others...


3)  EXECUTIVE DWDG PROGRAMMES for experienced professionals

We help managers and leaders to create a Do Well Do Good culture within their organisation. We create tailored programmes and activities for senior executives, board members and talented managers to equip them with skills and knowledge to trigger a societal transformation from within. Write to to receive more information.


Content of the programmes

Every programme have its own specific content, but it draws content fundamentally from 4 dimensions, key to meet the right balance between performance (Do Well ) and impact (Do Good).

Corporate skills   

Top corporate skills critical for future leaders. Include: problem solving, analytical and critical thinking, effective communication, project management, ....

Openness to the world

We want to grow leaders who are open the world, embrace cultural and social differences, are curious about others, able to work across borders, ...


Students lead teams, lead projects, take initiatives and get coached to carve their leadership style.

Do Well Do Good

Students work on concrete cases to transform companies into “Do Well Do Good" companies. They are trained on the 10 dimensions: climate strategy, circular economy, virtuous supply chain, social lift, mission led companies status...

Teaching methods

The pedagogy for each for the programmes relies on 3 principles:  learning together, learning by doing and learning by teaching.

Learning together

Typically, students are grouped into learning units of 4. It is a way for them to get peer support while going through challenges, to trigger group emulation and nurture collaboration skills.

Learning by doing

Students spend more than 60% of their time on real projects so they can sharpen their skills through practice.

Learning by teaching

For long-term programmes, 2nd year students become teachers of the first year students : this is the best way to ensure concept and skills have been fully acquired.