Understanding why culture eats strategy for breakfast
Developing a culture of inclusion & belonging
Nadjeschda Taranczewski | Founder, Conscious U GmbH
Robert Franken | Digital & Diversity Consultant
Time: 09:00 – 13:00
Target group: people in organizations who are interested in making a lasting change in their corporate culture
Together with the participants we will discuss the following topics:
- Why corporate culture trumps corporate strategy;
- How the internal reality of the individual and collective is related to the external reality;
- Why a target culture of DEIB (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging) is desirable for all of us;
- What role I, as an individual, can play in my company’s culture;
- How we can develop a target culture of DEIB together.
About the format:
Powerful synergies are formed in our Experience Exchanges: Participants learn directly from each other and share practical solutions. Best practices and learnings from other companies are thus made directly usable and help to make one’s own DEI work more targeted and efficient.
About the speakers:
Nadjeschda Taranczewski (she/her) holds a degree in psychology and was awarded the „Master of Coaching“ by the International Coach Federation. She works as a coach and facilitator for some of the most renowned global organizations and consultancies.
Nadjeshda is the author of the book “Conscious You: Become the Hero of Your Own Story”. Her specialty is helping top teams reinvent their organization as a thriving community where people invest in inner work, understand the big picture, live deep connections and cultivate conscious rituals. Her company, Conscious U GmbH, offers blended learning coaching programs that make collective transformation scalable and foster employee engagement at all levels of an organization.
My name is Robert Franken (he/him). I am a consultant for organizational culture, D&I and transformation. Before that, my professional focus was on tech and community startups (I was CEO of urbia.de and Chefkoch.de, among others). This experience is particularly valuable for my work, because I don’t preach change and ways, but have done many of the things myself that are necessary to get people behind a goal. My approach is a systemic one. We need to make sure we embed all initiatives in the higher purpose and strategic path of the organization. We need to empower people so they can live up to their responsibilities.
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