Different was yesterday – the german petition for equal opportunities!

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Intro

Recently I came across a good and worthy petition from Elke Benning-Rohnke and the FidAR Süddeutschland (the german non Profit Organisation for more women in boards): “Unequal was yesterday“. Time not only to deal with it, but also to set an example.

Different was yesterday

The last celebrations of 100 years of women’s suffrage are just fading away. A lot has happened in the last 100 years. But enough? A change in society does not happen overnight. Not even in a year. But a lot can be achieved in one generation. But it also means that the conviction is carried out externally by everyone.

The FidAR has set itself the goal of diversifying the supervision of companies, better to achieve an equal number of men and women. A quota here can only be a means of achieving promotion in the short term. But a long-term approach is more likely to be achieved through other values. And we must all carry these values forward.
But these values can only apply if all of them carry them on: #Diversity does not have to disappear again as a buzzword and be replaced by self-evidence. I would therefore be delighted if individuals, companies, organisations and/or other institutions would all take part in the (german) Petition.

Diversity is done, when we don`t have to talk About it

The Basic Law, Article 2, in the German Constitution:

Everyone has the right to the free development of his personality.

However, this sentence does not refer exclusively to women, but extends to all perspectives of life: religion, sexual orientation, physical characteristics, personal and political views (okay: limited to constitutional conformity), all aspects that should no longer have any influence on career in the future. Diversity is achieved when all these aspects simply don’t matter. According to normal reason a matter of course, unfortunately not the rule. And this will only get better if we all communicate these values to the outside world and to our children. But that also means strengthening the community and trying to discard old paradigms. If the child is ill, it should be taken for granted that not only the mother stays at home and that nobody turns up their nose at it.

Global Female Leaders 2018 – the programme for 2018

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The Event

It is our great pleasure to draw your attention to the upcoming 5th annual Global Female Leaders summit, the premier economic forum for female executives on 3rd – 5th June 2018 at the very exquisite landmark Hotel Adlon Kempinski in Berlin, Germany. At the same time, as cooperation partner of Global Female Leaders we are delighted to cordially invite you to join us and be part of this invaluable network and cutting-edge platform impacting the future.

GLOBAL FEMALE LEADERS TOPICS 2018

  • NEW WORLD ORDER & GLOBAL ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
  • TRANSFORMATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES & ETHICS
  • CORPORATE LEADERSHIP & RESPONSIBLE FINANCE
  • CLIMATE CHALLENGES, ENERGY SOLUTIONS & THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY

Under the motto “The Values of Leadership in Times of Transformation, Disruption and Artificial Intelligence” they will once again gather a host of over 250 forward-thinking women across all industries and continents. This summit provides a global platform carefully designed to challenge the status quo and address the most important topics and challenges today’s business and societies are facing.

Here an example of the 2017 summit: “The Crisis of Globalisation | Executive Panel Discussion | Global Female Leaders 2017

On Sunday 3rd June 2018 in the afternoon, start your unique summit experience by joining the pre-event programme featuring ice-breaking sessions, followed by our traditional pre-event cocktail reception at the exclusive China Club Berlin – this time with a keynote by the internationally highly acclaimed Afghan entrepreneur and business woman,  Roya Mahboob. Other Speaker are from BMW, Jones Lang LaSalle, Unilever or Booking.com. The whole program is still published. Some of them:

    • The User-In-The-Loop? On our Interaction with Autonomous Agents with Prof Dr Enkelejda Kasneci
    • Boost Your Creativity – Essential Human Skills in the Age of AI and Machine Learning with Kyung H. Yoon

A whole list is available at the homepage of the global leaders.

 

Entry and billets

A small continent of cheapened cars are available by contact e.reinke@mein-aufsichtsrat.de  You can book  although your ticket about the side of the global female leaders.

The Global Female Leaders 2018

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Intro

We are proud to be Partner of the next year Global Female Leaders in June 2018. Especially in Germany, the gender pay gap is Reality and so, Networking of Global Female Leaders is a must have for the future. It is this year in Germany.

Global Femal Leaders 2018

The global female Leaders 2018

Global Female Leaders Summit 2018 – an international economic summit for women – will take place for the 5th time from the 3rd till 5th of June, 2018 in Berlin, Germany.

The intention for this international economic summit for women was to establish a global network of high-ranked female executives and thus to provide a platform for women to share a variety of thoughts, perspectives and solutions – we establish the “Davos for women“.

And we are on the right path; more than 250 high-profile women from the business world, and more than 60 internationally renowned speakers were present this year and had an inspiring dialogue. The dynamic developments of globalisation, the effects of digitalisation, the incredible possibilities of artificial intelligence, the working worlds and our values ​​in leadership are topics which be our central challenge over the next few years. At our summit, we learn not only from each other as people working in the economy, but also about geopolitical risks. The motto of the 5th summit is: “The Values ​​of Leadership in Times of Transformation, Disruption and Artificial Intelligence”.


To learn more about our summit and to get some impressions from previous events please visit our webpage:
http://www.globalfemaleleaders.com

Some of our high-class speakers in the past were: Cherie Blair, CBE, QC, Founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, Martina Hund-Mejean, CFO, MasterCard, USA, Baroness Catherine Ashton of Upholland, former First Vice President of the European, Labor Politician and Member of Parliament, Anne Berner, Minister of Transport and Communications, Government of Finland, Janet Henry, Global Chief Economist, HSBC UK, Kristalina Georgieva, Vice-President of the European Commission, European Commissioner for Budget, Human Resources and Security.;

Do we see us, there? Registration is opened and can be reached here.