• 25 March 2024

  • 12:30 — 14:00 CET

  • 30 minutes Q&A

Being aware of diversity labels is not enough.

This workshop explores both personal and organizational behaviors and then suggests practical strategies to overcome some of the biases and thinking traps that hold us back.

About Evie Roos

From 2013 until July 2022, Evie Roos held various senior HR functions at SES Satellites, the leader in global content connectivity solutions. Since 2017, she was Chief Human Resources Officer, a member of the Executive Committee, and responsible for developing and implementing the Human Capital strategy. This included Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DEI), employee engagement, talent management and acquisition, organization and performance management, compensation and benefits, and learning & development.

Under her leadership, SES received the Diversity Award for instilling DEI as one of the key values into the companies’ culture.

Evie reported to the CEO and managed a team of 50+ Human Resources professionals globally. Previously she was appointed SVP HR Management and later EVP HR.

Before joining SES Satellites, Evie worked at ArcelorMittal for 10 years, where she held a Vice President position in areas of Global Compensation, Benefits, International Mobility and Organization Design. She has also worked as Head of Human Resources & Communications Department of Long Europe, a business unit of ArcelorMittal, gathering 30,000 people working in 20 plants, in 10 countries.

Leading Beyond Labels

  • Taking stock of the functional, cultural and personal labels that matter at work

  • A quick look at Daniel Kahneman’s model of “system 1” versus “system 2” thinking
  • Building awareness of labels and system 1 thinking

  • How to switch to system 2 thinking at the individual level

  • How to switch to system 2 thinking at the organizational level

  • Identifying practical actions you can implement in your workplace

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