About last night

This “new normal” is really amazing – these days you can work around the globe without leaving the house. Last night I had the pleasure to hold an online Trans And Nonbinary Awareness session at global law firm Dentons. It was night-time for me since we broadcasted live to HR and D&I teams in AustraliaContinue reading “About last night”

Unconscious Bias im Vertrieb – Workshop bei Vodafone

Unconscious Bias im Vertrieb… (k)ein Thema? Warum es absolut okay ist, Biases zu haben, aber wie man Schubladendenken überwinden kann, das habe ich gestern und heute gemeinsam mit meiner Kollegin Anna Engers und zwei großartigen Teams von Vodafone erforscht. Dankeschön an Kirsten Steinke, Rebecca Mattick und Ioana Ogreanu für die Einladung und die super Organisation! Es hat richtig viel Spaß gemacht mit Euch! 

How to create a safe and LGBT+ inclusive workplace – my session at Worldline Global

What a pleasure to speak about creating an LGBT+ inclusive workplace at Worldline Global today. It’s always fun and exciting to discuss gender inclusive language and terminology with diverse language backgrounds in the audience. This was quite a diverse 2-hour ride today, ranging from the history of diversity and inclusion in business to LGBT+ and trans-specific workplaceContinue reading “How to create a safe and LGBT+ inclusive workplace – my session at Worldline Global”

My first truly global speaking engagement

I’m very excited to be speaking live at the HLB International Global Summit tomorrow, talking about the business case for #diversity.  What will happen during my session? ➡️ We will look at the history of diversity and inclusion in business (spoiler! It’s nothing new!). ➡️ I’ll provide an overview of the various dimensions of diversity (and yes, thereContinue reading “My first truly global speaking engagement”

Do cyclists have unconscious biases*? – Great live-and-in-person session with European Cyclist Foundation in Brussels

What a ride! Not only because of my excitement to get out of my home for a business occasion after a long time (and a tricky train journey with lots of unpleasant surprises, but hey, I don’t fly anymore, unless I really need to) for a live presentation in Brussels! Many thanks to European CyclistContinue reading “Do cyclists have unconscious biases*? – Great live-and-in-person session with European Cyclist Foundation in Brussels”

Dentons Celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility – and I had the honor to make this video with them

Watch the video here. Thank you, Dentons for celebrating #TDOV. This is a day to show that we are here, and that we are, in all our #diversity part of the (business) world and firms like you help make the (employment) world a better place for trans and nonbinary people. It was a great pleasure to make this video togetherContinue reading “Dentons Celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility – and I had the honor to make this video with them”

Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) 2021

On 31st March the world (well, hopefully at least as many people as possible), celebrate TDOV, the international transgender day of visibility. TDOV is a day to show your support for trans and non-binary people. It aims to bring attention to the accomplishments of trans and non-binary around the globe while fighting discrimination and transphobiaContinue reading “Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) 2021”

Geschlechtergerechte Sprache

Was ist eigentlich geschlechtergerechte Sprache? Ein Aufreger, “Gedöns” für viele, selbstverständlich noch für wenige. Aber was ist das nun genau? Und was ist geschlechtergerecht, -inklusive und -neutral und warum ist das wichtig? Wenn auf Englisch jemand sagt “Draw a pilot”, werden die meisten einen männlichen Piloten malen. Der #genderpaygap besteht unter anderem, weil Frauen häufiger geringerbezahlte BerufeContinue reading “Geschlechtergerechte Sprache”

Creating Diversity Awareness in the legal industry

In a live talkshow with all German Dentons offices involved and impressive management presence I experienced the impact of a truly diverse speaker panel: Carmen Schön, Johanna Mühlbeyer, Albert Kehrer and myself contributed very different views on the same matter: diversity and how it works. Thank you again for the invitation and the perfect organization, Robert Michels and everyone involved!

My first speaker engagement in Brazil – amazing, this ‘new normal’ which enables working around the globe

Thank you so much, Juliana Martins Skolimovski Gaia da Silveira, Gabriela Locks and everyone at Vella Pugliese Buosi e Guidoni Advogados for having me as your guest speaker for your VPBG+ (GLOW) launch in Brazil.  I was impressed by the turnout and the attention of the audience, despite language barriers, which you fantastically bridged (I pre-recorded my session in EnglishContinue reading “My first speaker engagement in Brazil – amazing, this ‘new normal’ which enables working around the globe”