Wed, 28 Oct 2020
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM (GMT+1)Add to Calendar
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In the 160 public listed companies in Germany only 10% of the members of the executive boards are women. In other words, 90 % are men. Why is it like this and how does Germany stand in an international comparison? Many studies are showing that diversity in top management brings profit and innovations, but still many companies keep on having all-male boards. What could be the necessary steps to change? What could the state, the companies and each individual do to speed up the process?
The IE Germany Alumni Club is organizing this webinar in collaboration with the AllBright Foundation Berlin who will be sharing their study findings and share best practices on how organisations can become more divers.
The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion of senior executives and IE alumni who will share with us their experience in working in leadership positions. Join us in the discussion!
AllBright Foundation Berlin
Christian Berg is CEO of the AllBright Foundation in Berlin. Together with Wiebke Ankersen he started the German part of the AllBright Foundation in 2016 and they are since then leading AllBright in Germany. AllBright was originally founded by the Swedish Businessman Sven Hagströmer in Stockholm in 2011 and by Mr Hagströmer in Berlin 2016.
Christian Berg is a Swedish citizen born in Stockholm and has a Master in International Economics from Stockholm School of Economics. Before joining AllBright Christian Berg was working for almost 20 years as Swedish diplomat with stations in Athens, Vienna and many years at the Swedish embassy in Berlin where he was head of the department for business relations, media and culture.
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