From challenge comes change, so we choose to challenge. March 8 is International Women's Day, and we are celebrating with this podcast series called Choose to Challenge. Our people define who we are as an organization and we believe a future of inclusion is a better future for all. In these 15-minute podcasts, frontrunners from KPMG talk to each other about the power of inclusion and diversity.
Barbara Legg & Lennart Cattel: Choose to Challenge
Barbara Legg (Global RDT Talent enablement leader) and Lennart Cattel (Partner Financial Risk Management) talk about the power of female talent and their vision on inclusive teams. How can you take the lead and implement best practices with your team?
Anna van Poucke & Anastasia Priklonskaya: Choose to Challenge
Anastasia Priklonskaya (Associate partner) and Anna van Poucke (Global lead healthcare) discuss female leadership styles, the glass ceiling and pushing the organization in the right direction. How do you lead the way for other women as a female leader?
Rali Genova & Koos Wolters: Choose to Challenge
Both Rali Genova (Manager Digital Enablement) and Koos Wolters (Partner Data Privacy) are combining a career in technology with a having a family. They talk about the importance of having support from the organization. What are their learnings?
Minu Sundaram & Petra Groenland: Choose to Challenge
Minu Sundaram (Manager Digital Enablement) and Petra Groenland (Partner Audit Noord) talk about building a career within Audit. How do you stimulate female talent and make sure teams are inclusive?
Irene Waterweg & Hessel van Straalen: Choose to Challenge
The influence of role models is what Irene Waterweg (Assistent manager Audit) and Hessel van Straalen (Senior Consultant Financial Risk Management), both members of the Young Board Now, discuss in this podcast. How do social constructs influence careers?
In this special episode of Choose to Challenge, Marilijn Malestein (Audit Partner KPMG) and Laura Nuhaan (Health & PS Lead Microsoft Consulting Services West Europe) discuss the three main findings of KPMG's Female Leaders Outlook.