EQ Inspiration is gatherings and talks that aim at improving equality and advancing women to leadership in tech, by inviting men to the conversation.
EQ Inspiration are private (company) and public events for men and women in tech and related industries. Welcome leaders who want to join the conversation of how we reach equality, attract and retain the talent, and how we impact financial results through inclusion.
Leaders and individuals from all business units, including engineering, sales, operation, are invited to high quality content events. Events are opened and moderated by Eva Helén, with interviews onstage with men women who are making a difference, followed by networking and discussions with peers and experts.
Participants will leave inspired, with "tools" to start making changes on their team and in their organization. Women are always welcome and strongly encouraged to bring a male co-worker along.
Join the next EQ Inspiration. firstname.lastname@example.org. Tentative dates; Stockholm Sweden May 2, 2019, Silicon Valley, CA June 2019. Listen to the experts and role models, and talk to peers about the importance being a progressive leader of inclusive management. What an inclusive culture does for improved product and process development, for performance, business results and talent retention. Role models from local tech and tech related companies share how and why they are supporting women and underrepresented groups throughout the organization. You will meet subject matter experts who spark reflection and laughter and help us connect the dots between inclusion, productivity and results.
I believe that gender equality in the tech world is important and necessary, and I'm inviting men to participate in the discussion. I think that the pace of reaching equality can only be accelerated if we work together. I would like to redefine "power" and make sure we understand the goodness and benefits to all when using power to lift each other up and forward. I want to hear every story of leaders supporting women and underrepresented groups. I want to make good managers role models for others by letting them share their stories.
I would like to introduce the eco system companies offering "diversity & inclusion" services and products to the tech/-related industries.
I'm here to inspire.
We welcome all leaders of SF/Silicon Valley tech/-related companies. Men and women who want to discuss how their attitude and power can have a positive effect on women's and underrepresented group's advancement to leadership. Whether you are leading a team or an organization. We ask that all women bring a man - peer, ally, mentor, manager, or friend - along.