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ESMT Open Lecture with Susan Hodgkinson

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"The good fight – winning gender equity at work"

The data is in: diverse teams create powerful business results and increase innovation. Leaders who become skilled at leading inclusively stand out for their success; those who continue to avoid it risk finding themselves obsolete. So why are the numbers on inclusion not improving? Drawing from three years of research, award-winning executive coach Susan Hodgkinson shares why we must move past labels like unconscious bias to bring new insights into the depth of the resistance and to truly engage teams. She then presents seven tools – many of them innovative and new – that organizations can use to genuinely advance women and all “the others” still on the outside. 


Wednesday, March 11, 2020
6:00 p.m.

”The good fight – winning gender equity at work”
ESMT Berlin, Schlossplatz 1, 10178 Berlin

Speaker: Susan Hodgkinson
Moderator: Matt Averna

Registration starts at 5:30 p.m.
In order to attend the event, registration is required. Please register here.

*Please note, this Open Lecture will be held in English.


About the speaker

Susan Hodgkinson is a trailblazer in personal branding and gender equity. She founded The Personal Brand Company in 1994. She is a leadership development expert, award-winning executive coach, and professional speaker.  

Hodgkinson works with thousands of professionals in a diverse array of businesses who know they must strategically manage their own professional learning, leadership development, and personal brand to succeed—for their company and themselves. She published her second book, The Dignity Mindset: A Leader’s Guide to Gender Equity at Work in August 2019. She is a frequent keynote speaker on gender and inclusion at prominent events and for a broad range of Fortune 500 companies. Hodgkinson will be the CUTV News “Empowered Women” Series Spotlighter in December 2019. She is a member of The Forbes Coaches Council. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Indian Express, and HR FUTURE Magazine.

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