Updates of A Woman's Place
A Woman's Place Podcast - How to increase female representation in leadership positions
Season two of A Woman's Place kicks off with The Local's Sophie Miskiw meeting Jennifer Råsten, training strategist at AllBright Foundation, a politically-independent, non-profit foundation that promotes equality and diversity on the management level in Sweden.
Why Stockholm businesses are rethinking the 9-5
Stockholm businesses are challenging traditional work structures and hours in a move to stamp out inequality and improve work-life balance.
Stockholm's best-known businesses pledge to further gender equality
Around a hundred of Stockholm’s best-known businesses have publicly declared their commitment to gender equality. But what does it really mean for companies like Truecaller, King and Klarna to call themselves A Woman’s Place?
Seminar - Increasing female representation in leadership positions
October 4th 9AM, Invest Stockholm, Drottninggatan 33
A Woman's Place Podcast at Almedalen Week
"If you just have an organisation with white men, its going to be very boring."
How to prevent sexual harassment at your company
Last fall silence was broken by thousands of women speaking up about sexual harassment and violence. Gathered under the hashtag #metoo and the many different industry-specific petitions such as #teknisktfel, women shared their stories, and we could no longer look the other way.
Seminar - Inclusive and norm-creative external communication
August 29th 8-10 AM, Scandic Haymarket, Stockholm
Recruiting with greater diversity
By request, we will provide a summary of our bi-monthly A Woman's Place seminars. This article is a break down of representation, gender equality, and diversity - a closer look at the profits of increased gender equality and diversity and the risks of a lack of diverse representation.
A Woman's Place Podcast E06 - Jana, Iolanda, and the future of robots
"People think 'social robots' will steal all our jobs. I get lots of disaster questions like, 'When will robots take over the world?''
Why are so many brilliant minds in Stockholm today?
During this week the likes of Usher, DR. Mehmet Oz, Barbara Bush, Jessie Williams, Denis McDonough, Jacob Wallenberg, Shane Smith, and many more will be visiting the same event to collaborate in making the world a better place.