Inclusive Leadership-Global Impact: A Conversation
AmCham Denmark is pleased to invite members and stakeholders to a timely conversation discussing what inclusive leadership looks like for 2021 and beyond, incorporating examples from various countries. Today’s business leaders seek to make real progress with inclusion not only because it’s good for the bottom line, but also beneficial to society at large.
During this session, we’ll hear from Dr. Ernest Gundling, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the international consultancy Aperian Global and author of Inclusive Leadership: From Awareness to Action (one of the 2020 recommendations from the Best Practice Institute, with a brand-new second edition coming soon) along with host Tisha Boatman, Managing Director, Siemens Healthineers Denmark & Nordic and Baltics Zone.
The two will discuss:
- Practical ways to move from knowledge about unconscious bias and “bias fatigue” to inclusive, everyday actions
- Major trends in the current inclusion landscape, with advice about risk mitigation, competitive advantage, and commitments to equity
- Actions that each person can take to support inclusion
- The five organizational levers for greater inclusivity
- A global framework that embraces local knowledge while addressing marginalization around the world
To read more about Dr. Gundling’s book, click here
About the Speaker
Dr. Ernest Gundling is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Aperian Global. He has worked with numerous Fortune 500 firms and is a sought-after keynote speaker and executive coach. He specializes in leadership development, cross-border M&A, executive teambuilding, and the globalization of inclusion and diversity efforts. Dr. Gundling holds PhD and MA degrees from the University of Chicago, and a BA from Stanford University. He is also currently a Lecturer at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, where he teaches a course called “Global Leadership.” He is the author of six books, the latest titled, Inclusive Leadership: From Awareness to Action.