Kinokveld/Temakveld

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På den første temakvelden i høst vil Kristine Kotte Eriksen, som jobber som Diversity and Inclusion Analyst på CERN,  holde et foredrag med tittelen "The "masculine norm" of organisations". I foredraget vil hun se nærmere på hva som skal til for å oppnå mangfold og kjønnsbalanse i bedrifter og organisasjoner.

Foredraget holdes på engelsk, så inviter gjerne med deg noen som ikke snakker norsk også.

Litt om innholdet:
To achieve gender equality in organisations, we have to involve the entire organisation - not only the gender in minority. By combining inclusive policies, leadership, and work culture, organisations can attract and retain a broader diversity to the workforce. 

Organisational cultures consist of “masculine” and “feminine” traits. In organisations and industries heavily dominated by men, the masculine attributes can overshadow the feminine, and thus create a culture that rewards masculine attributes - a culture where men (in general) fit more authentically in. How can we create a more balanced culture by keeping the best of the masculine and giving space to more of the feminine? And how does this benefit men, women, and organisations going forward?

Litt om Kristine Kotte Eriksen:
Kristine Kotte-Eriksen works as a Diversity and Inclusion Analyst at CERN. She has a master’s degree in gender studies, specialising in gender equality in the workplace. Her background is in marketing & communications, and she has several years of experience from the global IT industry, start-up community, oil and gas industry, and the Norwegian Navy. She has lived and worked in the UK, France and Switzerland. Kotte-Eriksen is passionate about gender equality and inclusive leadership. She believes that equality in organisations is best achieved through openness, transparency and communication.

Alle må ha maske på, og det vil ikke bli servering denne kvelden.

Velkommen til temakveld!Datoer for  tema/kinokvelder i høst er:

10.september, 1.oktober, 15.oktober, 5. november, 17. desember

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