Diversity & Inclusion, Working from Home, Creativity, US President's playlists – well, with Spotify you can talk about just anything! Welcome to an event where we meet Katarina Berg & Michael Kim, both from Spotify, who will share their insights from one of the world's most innovative companies. Katarina and Michael are both HR professionals, but at Spotify, HR is part of the business so it will be relevant for anyone working and interested in BUSINESS.
Since Spotify is often doing things in a different way and not like everyone else, so why would we? This talk will be unique – on stage, we have the people asking the questions, by link from Sweden and Australia we will have the main speakers.
The one-hour talk will focus on 3 different areas:
Spotify dares to think differently. What is the story behind their progressive parental leave? How is diversity & inclusion part of the culture? What does it mean to operate with speed? How do we achieve work-life balance? And how does it impact people when you add business revenue streams?
We today face new challenges while doing business. How does Spotify build teams in this new world? Can you really CONNECT virtually and MOTIVATE remotely in an efficient way? What is the new normal? We will also talk about "The Band Reunion – the Spotify way to address culture and values in a sustainable way.
The questions will be asked by a panel from SwedCham's HR Community Group
The answers will be given by:
- Katarina Berg, CHRO, Strategy Operations, Global Workplace Services
- Michael Kim, Head of HR JAPAC
Member ticket [in person or online]
We also offer a Seminar Package with 2 seminars (incl DARE TO THINK DIFFERENTLY - Future Leaders Perspective on Things) for a discounted price. From HKD 175
SwedCham members interested in attending the full day program at The Mills incl AGM + Lunch + 2 seminars can do this for HKD 290.
For all prices and to book your ticket CLICK HERE
Chief Human Resources Officer at Spotify
Head of HR Asia at Eversheds Sutherland
Head of HR JAPAC at Spotify
Managing Director of Lee Hecht Harrison
International Trade Scholar at Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
The Mills 南豐紗廠
Pak Tin Par Street 45
New Territories, Hong Kong SAR (China)
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