Founder & Managing Director of Go Digit and Member of the European Network for Women in Leadership (WIL Europe), European Network for Women in Leadership (WIL Europe)
MeetUp H.01 Tisch 2 | Halle 2 / hall 2
Thema/Themenreihe: Persönlichkeits- & Kompetenzentwicklung, Wirtschaft, Arbeit & New Work
Joblevel: Professionals, Leitungsfunktion, Quereinstieg, Startup & Entrepreneurship
How to successfully manage todays multicultural or international working environment: cultural diversity, inclusiveness and communication.
Digitalisation impacts our working environment and, yes, it is important to understand the consequences for work processes as well as how to manage new tools. But we must also remember that successful interaction between us – human beings – is changing. This session will focus on how to best interact with and navigate today’s working environments, which are now mainly multicultural and diverse. It will focus on the top three factors influencing such interaction and give concrete tips and ideas on how to successfully navigate multicultural and diverse working environments.
Details zum/r Referent/in Dorothee Belz
Vita: Dorothee Belz is Founder and Managing Director of Go Digit, delivering strategic advice on the impact of digitalisation for the development of business models as well as related change management requirements.
She previously held various roles at Microsoft, as Vice President LCA Europe, and Associate General Counsel for Western European markets, including France, UK and Germany (LCA EMEA- Mature Markets).
Prior to her work for Microsoft LCA EMEA, she worked for Microsoft Deutschland GmbH as Director of Law and Corporate Affairs and member of management since July 2003. Dorothee also worked for the KirchGroup for six years, where she was Director for regulation as well as strategic HR of Kirch Holding GmbH & Co. KG for several years.
From May 2002 to February 2003, Dorothee was CFO of Beta Research, a software development company. A fully qualified lawyer, she started her career as a prosecutor for business crime at the Public Prosecutor’s Office Munich II in 1989.
In 1991, she went to Brussels to the cabinet of the EU commissioner Peter Schmidhuber, and one year later she changed and became member of the cabinet of the EU commissioner Martin Bangemann. There, Dorothee was responsible until 1997 for topics like liberalisation of the telecommunications market, information society and protection of intellectual property.
Her daughter, her husband and her dog are the most important spare time activities of hers; travelling, rock concerts and theatre are their joint hobbies.
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