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Female Leadership: Equal Rights
Mit Catriona McLaughlin, Dr. Simone Burel, Barbara Lutz und Prof. Dr. Jutta Allmendinger
Videoseminar mit 8 Lektionen, 69 Minuten
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Female Leadership: Equal Rights

Mit Catriona McLaughlin, Dr. Simone Burel, Barbara Lutz und Prof. Dr. Jutta Allmendinger
Videoseminar mit 8 Lektionen, 69 Minuten
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Shaping the future with equal leadership

Barbara Lutz's Women's Career Index shows how this can be done. The WCI's key figures make emotional debates superfluous. The results reveal where adjustments still need to be made in the company when it comes to the proportion of women. No one can ...

... look away here, because numbers are clear.

Language shapes our thinking and how we view the world

In this course, you will experience how words change our mindset and how gender-responsive recruiting works for more diversity works. Be amazed at what happens when you simply replace the word 'must' with 'want'. A new world with new freedoms will be revealed to you. Linguist and entrepreneur Dr. Simone Burel shows you how to do this.

How change can succeed with diverse teams

Accenture, the world's largest management and strategy consultancy, is considered a pioneer in diversity. No problem, because it is already in the DNA of the company to remain flexible and thus constantly undergo change. Active in over 13 industry groups in more than 50 countries, the consultancy shows us how a diverse corporate culture can be lived and also that key figures are necessary for this.

Knowing how: Women in leadership positions

The sociologist and President of the Social Science Research Centre Berlin Prof. Jutta Allmendinger, PhD, gives tips for decision-makers and women with career aspirations. She makes an appeal to all of us and reminds us that a change towards more equality can only succeed if all tackle and approach each other together – business, society and politics.

8 Lektionen, 69 Minuten

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01

Shape equality, measure succes

Why do key figures help to drive innovation and make women visible in companies? How is gender-responsive recruiting set up for more diversity in the company? Why do key figures help to drive innovation and make women visible in companies? How is gender-responsive recruiting set up for more diversity in the company?
02

Every word is worth its weight in gold

We already know that language also influences our thinking. But how do you use the most gender-appropriate language possible in job advertisements in order to reach exactly the target group you are looking for? What are the stumbling blocks to avoid? We already know that language also influences our thinking. But how do you use the most gender-appropriate language possible in job advertisements in order to reach exactly the target group you are looking for? What are the stumbling blocks to avoid?
03

Checklist job advertisements

Have you ever put your job advertisements through its paces? Do you also wonder why so few women apply to your company? If you don´t know where to start, click here. You will find a checklist to download. Have you ever put your job advertisements through its paces? Do you also wonder why so few women apply to your company? If you don´t know where to start, click here. You will find a checklist to download.
04

Unconscious bias test

Every human being has them: Unconscious biases or even prejudices. They are essential for survival, but must nevertheless be questioned again and again, and you have to know your own blind spots to be able to do this. You can test it here. Every human being has them: Unconscious biases or even prejudices. They are essential for survival, but must nevertheless be questioned again and again, and you have to know your own blind spots to be able to do this. You can test it here.
05

About vision

Successful women talk about social policy and their visions for the future on the topic of equality. Successful women talk about social policy and their visions for the future on the topic of equality.
06

Facts, facts, facts

Get to know this great Management tool for the promotion of women in companies: the WCI. Learn how it works and what it brings. Get to know this great Management tool for the promotion of women in companies: the WCI. Learn how it works and what it brings.
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Best Practice: Accenture

Learn from the world´s largest management consultancy with around 500,000 employees and how it has positioned itself to be diverse. Learn from the world´s largest management consultancy with around 500,000 employees and how it has positioned itself to be diverse.
08

Jutta Allmendinger´s appeal

The perspectives of Prof. Jutta Allmendinger, PhD, on the German labour market, society and economy draw an interesting perspective and stimulate activity. The perspectives of Prof. Jutta Allmendinger, PhD, on the German labour market, society and economy draw an interesting perspective and stimulate activity.

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Catriona McLaughlin
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Catriona McLaughlin

is a German-American journalist, author and founder of the strategy consultancy N°RTH PARK and CM Consulting. She lives in Berlin and regularly gives talks on the topics of new work, innovation, female leadership, and the future of communication. She teaches management at the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences. Before starting her own business, she headed the content strategy of the management consultancy Accenture. She has reported on American business, culture and politics for DIE ZEIT, among others.


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Barbara Lutz
In interview with

Barbara Lutz

is the founder of the Women's Career Index and managing director and shareholder of the consulting and management company Barbara Lutz Index Management GmbH. Before founding her own company, Barbara Lutz worked in various management positions at market leaders in the banking sector, in management consultancy and in the advertising industry. Barbara Lutz was an external consultant and expert for the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth. She is a sought-after expert and speaker on the topics of »Women and Careers«.


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Dr. Simone Burel
In interview with

Dr. Simone Burel

is the managing director of LUB GmbH, which she founded in 2015 on the basis of her dissertation on the language of DAX 30 companies. She has received several awards for her research and practical work, including the highly prestigious business development prize from the city of Mannheim. She is also Chair of the Advisory Board of Spenoki GmbH and acts as a mentor for various universities and in executive training on gender, diversity & language for corporations, universities and ministries.


(Photo credit: Joseph Ruben Heicks)
Prof. Dr. Jutta Allmendinger, Ph.D.
In interview with

Prof. Dr. Jutta Allmendinger, Ph.D.

is a German sociologist. She has been President of the Social Science Research Centre Berlin since 2007. She received her doctorate (PhD) from Harvard University in 1987. From 1988 to 1991 she was a research assistant at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, then at Harvard Business School. In her research, Jutta Allmendinger is primarily concerned with the question of how people's life courses are shaped by institutions, education, the labour market, but also the welfare state. Jutta Allmendinger is active on numerous advisory boards in Germany and abroad.


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Ana-Cristina Grohnert
About strong voices of strong women

Ana-Cristina Grohnert

is Chair of the Board of the Diversity Charter Initiative and has been campaigning for more diversity in companies for 25 years. She was Chief Human Resources Officer at Allianz Deutschland AG, before that she was Managing Partner at Ernst & Young and Head of Structured Finance at DG Hyp.


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Tina Heine
About strong voices of strong women

Tina Heine

is the founder and former director of the Elbjazz Festival in Hamburg. She is also the artistic director of Jazz & The City and the contemporary art and performance festival Supergau, as well as for the University Mozarteum Salzburg's digitisation project. She supports companies in creative processes and gives lectures and seminars.


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Tina Hildebrandt
About strong voices of strong women

Tina Hildebrandt

has worked for DIE ZEIT since 2004; until 2019 she was head of the capital office in Berlin. She has been chief correspondent there since 2019. She studied political science, German studies, and history in Bonn. After her studies, she started as a parliamentary correspondent for the Kölner Express and moved to the news magazine Der Spiegel in 1997.


(Photo credit: Laurence Chaperon)
Katja Kraus
About strong voices of strong women

Katja Kraus

is founder and managing partner of the agency Jung von Matt/sports. Between 1995 and 1997, she was goalkeeper for the national team, and in 2003 she was appointed to the board of Hamburger SV. This made Kraus the first and for a long time the only woman in management in German professional football. Kraus is a strong advocate for women in leadership and more diversity, especially in football. Together with her wife Karin Suder, Kraus founded the company TAE Advisory & Sparring GmbH, which supports women in career issues.


(Photo credit: Jung von Matt/ Sports)
Fränzi Kühne
About strong voices of strong women

Fränzi Kühne

is the founder of Torben, Lucie und die gelbe Gefahr, or TLGG for short, Germany's first social media agency; she sold the company for a profit in 2015. In 2017, she became the youngest supervisory board member of a DAX-listed company. She has also been involved with the AllBright Foundation for more women in leadership positions for several years.


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Simone Menne
About strong voices of strong women

Simone Menne

was CFO for Lufthansa AG, then later on the executive board of Boehringer Ingelheim. She is considered a top international manager and sits on various supervisory boards, including those of BMW AG, Deutsche Post DHL and Johnson Controls International. In her career, she has repeatedly advocated for more diversity and more women in leadership positions.


(Photo credit: Jürgen Mai)

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Female Leadership: Equal Rights Begleitbuch
Das Buch zum Seminar

Take the opportunity to download the booklet »Female Leadership: Equal Rights« to the video course as a PDF. Here you can find all the core messages and guiding principles of the course for further reading. A diversity check, the privilege quiz and concrete tips will help you to deepen your knowledge.

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