In this webinar and Q&A, Elisabet Vinberg Hearn, CEO of Katapult Partners and multi-award-winning author on leadership, creates food for thought and a practical strategy for leading with hope while steering your team through the unexpected.
Webinar and Q&A on how Sweden is handling the Corona Crisis
Time: 15.00 – 15.45
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce is very pleased to invite you to a Webinar and Q&A on how Sweden is handling the corona crisis. Many questions has been raised on the way Sweden are handling the corona crisis and what is been done differently to other countries.This Webinar will provide you with the opportunity to hear from the Ambassador as to what measures Sweden has introduced for handling the crisis. And importantly it will provide you with the opportunity to ask questions.
This Webinar will take place on Thursday May 7, 2020
from 15.00 – 15.45
- 15.00 Welcome by Kerstin Gerlagh, Swedish Chamber of Commerce
- 15.05 Annika Markovic, Swedish Ambassador to the Netherlands
- 15.25 Q& A
- 15.45 End of Webinar
Upon registration you will receive a confirmation and the day before the event a link to the webinar.
Welcome to this webinar and Q&A: Toolbox for working in remote teams, featuring Nick Wright, Managing Director at Hyper Island and Gabriela Triffiletti, Learning Designer and Programme Leader for the Hyper Island Masters in Digital Management.
This second session builds on the first introduction session to working in remote teams. In this session, Nick and Gabriela will be exploring a framework for understanding how effective teams work together remotely, experiencing practical tools to help create alignment and effectiveness, especially useful when a team is setting its direction and planning.
The webinar will cover how, by collaboratively working through each of the elements of this framework, a team can actively and intentionally shape a common Why, Where To, What and How which will support any remote team, whether project based or in their day to day work.
Hyper Island is a school and consultancy, focusing on digital mindsets and skills, culture change, innovation and upgrading your organisation’s core skills for the 21st century.
About the webinar
This Seminar is organized by the Swedish Chamber of Commerce for the UK.
In partnership with
The Swedish Chamber of Commerce would like to thank you for joining our Digital Kick-off Business Women Leadership Program 2020, Featuring Malin Hedlund, MH Leadership on April 20.To Elevate greatness, it started with HEALTH, which is the main theme this year. A big thanks to Malin for sharing her insights and expertise on health/wellness and the power and effects it has on you and your leadership. Hope you start taking your ant-steps to improve your health!Malin and Swe-Cham is looking forward to seeing you the next time, on June 9 and will keep you updated with the agenda and if it will be a webinar or in person.
About the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Women Business Leadership Program 2020
As an ambitious hardworking goal-oriented businesswoman we invite you to participate in Swedish Chamber of Commerce’s Business Women Leadership Program 2020 to elevate your greatness. We know that coming together in a group with like minded people increases the inspiration and motivation to take the action steps needed.
The sessions will provide the tools and guidance for you to move forward and develop an effortless kind of leadership that gives you the inspiration and energy you want in your everyday life.
This year’s focus is HEALTH!
Example of Topics that will be discussed:
- Mental health and the correlation with finding your balance
- Exercise, what kind, why
- Morning rituals/routines
- Refill with fresh Energy
The following dates for the Swedish Chamber Woman Leadership Program this year are:
June 9, September 15 and November 24.
Read Malin’s latest Blog from April 3, 2020 here with more motivation for the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Business Woman Leadership Program:
Thank you to all participants who joined us on this High Performance by Sound and Togetherness Webinar by Frans Davidsson, Chief of Sound, SoundTribe on April 16! On this highly inspiring Webinar Frans learned us how to transfer sound from something negative into something positive.
If any participant would like to have access to this Webinar’s presentation please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
In an ever so digital world the analogue tools, voices and ears, are being never so important as now. How we design workplace (space) linking workplace communities (people, activities, behaviour) are vital for creating sustainable operations. Emphasis on the social togetherness in a spatial distance reality, the voices of others will be the glue that will make organisations to keep thriving.
SoundTribes, Chief of Sound, Frans Davidsson, will with his interdisciplinary knowledge, guide us through Sound Evolution and Environmental Psychology in the Workplace. Simply, Why we react as we do and what implications it has on people and business. Noise annoyance is top of complaints in workplaces, for decades the biggest stressor in offices, still we go on business as usual.
The drop in performance leads to enormous cost for organisations and society every day. High demands on cognitive performance require a more in-depth approach on the biggest asset- the workforce. There are good ways to approach and implement the Physical environment to support humans both Psychologically and Physiologically.
This session is for Organisational leaders (Policies and Performance), Facility Managers and Designers (Spatial Design) and HR Managers (People and Health).
The Swedish Chamber thank all of you who participated on this Webinar and Q&A on legal issues arising out of COVID-19, and a special thanks to Rens Goudsmit, Advocaat Corporate & Commercial Litigation, IT and Privacy, TK Advocaten Notarissen, Nils van Dijkman, Partner HEUSSEN Advocaten & Notarissen, Jan-Pieter van Niekerk, Director at KPMG Meijburg & Co and Jan Hollamans, Senior Tax Manager Meijburg & Co who made this Webinar possible.
Did you miss out on the Swedish Chamber legal webinar and Q & A or would you like to see the slides again? Send an email to email@example.com and we will send you the slides on how to tackle your COVID-19 Business legal challenges.
Recent measures taken by the Dutch government to combat the Corona virus have a major impact on the daily business operations of companies and institutions. This brings a lot of challenges and legal uncertainties that require a direct approach. Our members, the law firms TK Advocaten and Notarissen and Heussen will share know-how, experiences and insights on the best approach.
Rens Goudsmit will cover contract related issues and answer questions on how to interpret the corona virus situation. Is force majeure applicable? What are the legal consequences for my contract(s)? What does the legal term ‘unforeseen circumstances’ mean and what are the consequences?
Nils van Dijkman will cover the personnel related topics and go into the “salary costs compensation” (NOW) and answer questions like when will NOW come to force, how much of the salary costs will be covered and how long will this measure last. In addition other measures to reduce personnel costs will be addressed.
Jan-Pieter van Niekerk will cover the most important and relevant tax measures in light of COVID-19. Special attention will be paid to the facilities to request for a temporary relief of payment of taxes. How does this work and which special attention points, such as a notification of the inability to pay taxes to avoid liability of the directors where possible, should be taken into account? Furthermore, Jan-Pieter will address specific interesting parts of the Salary Cost Compensation (Noodmaatregel Overbrugging Werkgelegenheid), such as the explanation and interpretation of the concepts of ‘concerns’, ‘turnover’ and the method of this calculation.
All related topics will be analysed and answered during the session on Friday.
About the webinar
Organised together with member businesses sharing their expertise with the Swedish Chamber of Commerce community ries of webinars highlight different aspects of operating and leading a business.
In Partnership with:
Working from home sucessfully: New digital processes & systems
Monday APRIL 6 2020 // 11.00 – 11.45 a.m.
Corona has rapidly changed the way employees and companies are working While remote working and video conferencing had already been a part of the daily work before, traditional meetings and collaboration used to be a major part of most offices. Suddenly now employees are forced to work entirely remotely.
With this come new additional challenges for staff and their leaders: How can working from home be organized successfully? How can processes quickly be transformed to the digital sphere?
In this webinar, Thomas Streveld from Chamber member Mercuri Urval shares input about how to efficiently work in an remote office and opens a forum to discuss members‘ experience with this new virtual working life.
This webinar is offered by
In partnership with
18.30 – 21.00
THIS MEETING WILL BE ORGANIZED AS A DIGITAL ZOOM MEETING.
For this meeting all participants are asked to prepare a 3 minute pitch on a Book, Training, or TEDX presentation you have read, done, seen.
It should be about something you have found interesting for work/personal effectivity/management etc., and you consider it valuable enough to share it with the group.
This way we can learn from each other and get some tips for interesting reads etc. so that we can add some items to our development wish list for the coming months.
The Mentorship Program is made possible by the Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Mercuri Urval sponsored by
Inter IKEA Systems and Handelsbanken.
Photo by Melker Dahlstrand/Imagebank.sweden.se