On-site Day

MONTAG 12.9

Kick-off

13.00 – 13.15 Uhr

When exclusion benefits inclusion

Prof. Dr. Jamie Gloor

13.15 – 14.00 Uhr  Englisch

A critical view on authenticity

Dr. Florian Krause

14.15 – 15.00 Uhr  Deutsch

Die bessere wahl

Prof. Dr. Gudrun Sander

15.15 – 16.00 Uhr Deutsch

Dienstag 13.9

Wie inklusive Führung gelingt

Prof. Dr. Stephan Alexander Böhm, Nicola Glumann & Simon Huber

10.00 – 11.00 Uhr Deutsch

Gender intelligence report

Zürich

Hybrid

16:30 -18.00

MITTWOCH 14.9
Gender Inclusive Leadership

Prof. Dr. Julia Nentwich & Dr. Gabriele Schambach 

10.00 – 11.00 Uhr Deutsch

Gender Inclusive Leadership

Prof. Dr. Julia Nentwich & Dr. Gabriele Schambach 

10.00 – 11.00 Uhr Deutsch

D&I IN DER LIEFERKETTE

Andrea Fimian

14.00 – 15.00 Uhr  Englisch

Antirasisstic Communication

Dr. Noémi Michel & Christian Pierce

15.00 – 16.00 Uhr  Englisch

DONNERSTAG 15.9
LOHN-TRANSPARENZ: WAS FUNKTIONIERT?

Theresa Goop

10.00 – 11.00 Uhr Deutsch

Intelligenz – Implikationen für Diversität & Inklusion

Dr. Anna-Katrin Heydenreich

15.00 – 16.00 Uhr Englisch

Friday 16.9

Kick-off

9:15 – 9:30

Talk with Fumi Kurihara #OUR_racism

12:00 – 12:15

CONDUCTED NETWORKING

14:00 – 14:30

Friday, 16th September

WHEN MANY DO SOMETHING TOGETHER… OR HOW A DIVERSITY COUNCIL CAN ADVANCE EQUALITY IN THE COMPANY

How can the commitment of male managers to gender equality be anchored in the company structure?

How can a “Diversity Council” be profitably introduced and effectively used?

Manuela Bärtsch Forster, Prof. Dr. Julia Nentwich & Dr. Gabriele Schambach 

9:30 – 10:45 | German | Weiterbildungszentrum Holzweid, Holzstrasse 15, 9010 St. Gallen

Description

The study of the project “Leaders for Equality: On the Commitment of Male Managers to Gender Equality” has shown that men are motivated to commit themselves to gender equality and are already active in many cases.

So far, however, many companies lack structured processes to sustainably anchor this commitment. The establishment of a “Diversity Council” is a good way to go about this. In the council, men and women from different areas and hierarchical levels come together to discuss important equality and diversity issues with each other, make concrete recommendations to the company management, and initiate tangible measures that are then implemented.

Together we initiated a Diversity Council at Helvetia Insurance Switzerland last year. In this session, we will firstly present the conceptual approach of this form of structural anchoring of gender equality engagement and participation. Secondly, we will present the work of the Diversity Council at Helvetia and its initial successes and challenges.

Together with the experiences of the participants, we would like to discuss the advantages as well as the difficulties of these forms of work – and look forward to further suggestions.

D&I JOURNEY – WITH AN IMPACT

What steps support organizations in implementing a successful D&I engagement?

How can resources be used in a targeted way to achieve progress?

Dr. Ines Hartmann, Nicole Niedermann, Renée Rädler & Melissa Schenk

11:00 – 12:00 | German | Weiterbildungszentrum Holzweid, Holzstrasse 15, 9010 St. Gallen

Description

The topic of Diversity & Inclusion is broad. Organisations address various challenges with countless measures. But how can companies ensure that they target their most significant need for action? How can a targeted use of resources support companies to make progress on their journey to become more diverse and inclusive organisations?

The “D&I Journey – with an Impact” is an approach to support companies in implementing a systematic way to achieve a more significant impact.

In this session, we will discuss, in connection with Hexagon and using real-life examples, the steps that will support your organisation in ensuring sustainable change and a positive impact on D&I. Hexagon is an exemplary company for the D&I Journey, ideal for taking away concrete implementation ideas and further developing their D&I strategy within the company.

Lunch + Conducted networking

Lunch 12.15 – 14.00 Uhr |  Networking 14.00 – 14.30 Uhr

Weiterbildungszentrum Holzweid, Holzstrasse 15, 9010 St. Gallen.

WOMEN,  LEADERSHIP,  WELL-BEING:  HOW  TO  ACHIEVE PSYCHOLOGICAL  SUSTAINABILITY

What is sustainable self-leadership? How does sustainable self-leadership change leadership practices?

Dr. Nilima Chowdhury

14:30 – 15:45 | German | Weiterbildungszentrum Holzweid, Holzstrasse 15, 9010 St. Gallen

Description

Sexism and gender-based marginalization in the workplace are often subtle and therefore remain invisible. Yet they have an effect: they can undermine women’s sense of self-worth and belonging in the long term. Studies show that they often respond to these experiences with increased self- and emotion management, which is not only psychologically stressful, but also maintains the status quo.

In this workshop we look at the basics of sustainable self-leadership. We identify typical problem situations and deal with the question of what inclusion/exclusion looks like on the psychological level. Which expectations and ideals do we try to fulfill? Which needs fall by the wayside, which parts of the self remain unheard? Together, we will develop strategies and solutions a) for dealing with the challenges and stresses of your daily work in a psychologically sustainable way, and b) for implementing these as part of your leadership practice.