D&I Forum on Creating an Inclusive Organization

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D&I Forum on Creating an Inclusive Organization

WIN Diversity & Inclusion Corporate Forum 

Interconnected - Beyond Boundaries & Unconscious Bias 4.0

26 November | 11:30-14:00 CET | Online

How is the rapid pace of new technology, the changing political climate, Covid-19, working from home and the gender revolution impacting business, society, you and me?

Join us as we gather to discuss how to create courageous, inclusive and innovative organizations - organizations that are actively shaping a future in which we all thrive. Let's become aware of our biases and learn how to catch and eventually eliminate them. Every one of us is connected and how you do all you do matters. 

We will begin by exploring, what the larger trends and changes mean for companies and for women as individuals. We will hear cases from companies and take part in a practical workshop to explore how to create both inclusive careers as well as organization that is inclusive and that will form a sustainable future.

We will also explore how to overcome the hurdles that prevent us from being ourselves, feeling valued, speaking out and stepping up. What are the meaningful innovations that can stem from a culture of inclusion? We gather to look at best practices and to explore how to accelerate progress.

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11:30 Welcome & Introduction
What is inclusion and what is the importance of creating an inclusive organization in this day? How can we become more aware of our biases and learn how to catch ourselves in box thinking? Kickstart a day of engagement with a mini-mobilizing exercise to get to know fellow participants.  

Kristin Engvig, CEO & Founder, WIN

11:45 Keynote Addresses
How can you motivate others to become engaged and how is globalization affecting relationships at work and at home?

Dr Paul Vanderbroeck, Executive Coach and Gender Balance Consultant
Lisa Kepinski, Founder & Director, Inclusion Institute, Co-Founder & Partner, Inclusion Nudges 

12:15 Mini Break

12:30 Corporate Panel: Creating an Innovative and Inclusive Organization
Corporate leaders share D&I practices from their organizations. We explore lessons learned and share practical tools for creating an inclusive organization. We will also listen for what is about to emerge.

Laura Viscovich, Director, Corporate Communications & Sustainability, Garrett Motion  
Hajar El Haddaoui, Head of Region West & Tessin, Swisscom
Lisa Robins, Global Head of Transaction Banking, Standard Chartered 
Kristin Engvig, CEO & Founder, WIN (Moderator)

13:00 Breakout Sessions
Breakout session with groups exploring how to manage change at an organizational and individual level as we embrace diversity, equal pay, gender equality and women in leadership. How do we avoid box thinking and bring others along with us in the important work of creating an inclusive organization. 

Lisa Kepinski, Founder & Director, Inclusion Institute, Co-Founder & Partner, Inclusion Nudges 
Dr Paul Vanderbroeck, Executive Coach and Gender Balance Consultant
Jannie Aasted Skov-Hansen, Founder, Here We Are Global 

13:45 Return to Plenary and Conclusions

14.00 End of Day


Speakers Include

Lisa Kepinski, Founder & Director, Inclusion Institute, Co-Founder & Partner, Inclusion Nudges
Lisa brings over 20 years’ experience working in diverse, global environments as a senior Global Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) executive with AXA, Microsoft, & Hewlett-Packard setting strategic direction internationally. In 2013, she founded the Inclusion Institute focused on consultancy, training, coaching, & research. Lisa has co-authored the Inclusion Nudges Guidebook and co-founded the non-profit Inclusion Nudges Global Initiative. For this innovative work, Lisa was named to The Economist’s & The Telegraph’s Global Diversity List as “Top 10 Diversity Consultants” in 2015, 2016, & 2017. Additionally, Lisa gave a TEDx Talk on the need to design for inclusion for behavioral change. Lisa co-authored a global study on improving the effectiveness of women networks, and also co-authored a research report on Inclusion & Diversity actions that have impact published by Newsweek. She was born and educated in the US, has worked in Europe for 20 years, living in 5 countries and travelling extensively in her global roles.


Lisa Robins, Global Head of Transaction Banking, Standard Chartered
Based in Singapore, Lisa is responsible for the bank’s transaction banking activities including cash management and trade finance. Lisa’s international business career spans 38 years across Asia, Europe and the US. Before joining Standard Chartered, she was Head of Global Transaction Banking and Vice Chair of Corporate & Investment Bank for Asia Pacific in Deutsche Bank. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Lisa spent 23 years with JP Morgan in roles ranging from Treasury Product Management in Hong Kong to Trade Finance Sales in Paris, as well as Head of Strategy and Global Deposits in the US. Lisa holds a master of Arts from Stanford University and a bachelors degree in Asian Studies and History from Tufts University. She has received a number of awards, including the IBF Fellow award by the Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore in 2016, and is also active in various non-profit organizations. 


Laura Viscovich, Director, Corporate Communications & Sustainability, Garrett Motion  
I am a corporate communications professional with a conviction that business can be a force for good. Born and educated in the U.K., I have lived and worked for the past 20 years in France, Singapore and now Switzerland. Over the past 7 years I have supported leaders responsible for inclusive business models, corporate advocacy and strategic philanthropy. Today, I am excited to lead Garrett Motion’s Diversity and Inclusion initiatives as part of a broader mandate to define and drive the company’s sustainability roadmap. I believe that inclusive behaviour is the key to success, both personally and professionally, and look forward to exchanging best practices during this event.  In my spare time I love singing and embarrassing my children with Sunday karaoke sessions.


Dr Paul Vanderbroeck, Executive Coach and Gender Balance Consultant
After a PhD in History and international career in HR, I am now an Executive Coach specialized in women leadership. I am passionate about helping women leaders achieve the results they want. I believe that the best way to maximize potential is by being authentic and leveraging your difference. My book on Leadership Strategies for Women was published in 2014. This year, The Handbook for International Career Couples will appear. I’m part of an International Career Couple, father of two and currently live in Geneva and Rome. I look forward to sharing my know-how and experience on how to create an inclusive organization.


Jannie Aasted Skov-Hansen, Founder, Here We Are Global 
Here to ignite meaningful global careers. As Founder of a community of conscious global professionals, I take a stand for the dual career opportunity: Seizing opportunities to build portfolio careers and expand ourselves personally and professionally. As HR professional I have taken the leap twice leaving my corporate job behind to explore life abroad, in South and Central Asia respectively. I believe that new solutions are needed to care for a global workforce where men and women are able to lead fulfilling lives, supported by visionary organisations sharing a growth mindset. I am grateful to contribute to further accelerating the D&I efforts as a strong supporter of WIN and the vision to enhance balanced leadership.


Kristin Engvig, CEO & Founder, WIN
Kristin Engvig is a pioneer and thought leader in the field of creativity, feminine and authentic leadership. She was named among Diversity Global Magazine's Top 10 Influential Women in Global Diversity and won the International Alliance of Women Award. She has dedicated the past 22 years to women’s leadership and organizational change in order to inspire others to create a world where business flourishes and societies thrive. She created WIN in 97’ to bring alive a vision of a more feminine, global and sustainable way at work, in communities and life’. 22000 individuals and hundreds of companies have attended WIN’s live meetings, expanding worldwide. In her early career she worked for big companies such as JP Morgan, Citibank and Innovation Norway, EU and an as international strategy and marketing Consultant. Educated a business economist (BI, Oslo) with an MBA (Milan's Bocconi) and extensive studies in acting, communication and women’s development.