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Gender and intergenerational equality at the EU Diversity panel discussion

How can managers support gender equality, generational equality and mental health?
2024.03.05. 14:30
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

 

The Hungarian Business Leaders Forum, in partnership with Corvinus University of Budapest, is hosting an EU Diversity Panel Discussion for students and individuals with an interest in the topic.  

Join us for an insightful event exploring how managers can support gender equality, address the pay gap, promote balanced decision-making, and foster generational equality. We’ll also discuss the crucial aspect of mental health in the workplace. Discover practical strategies and engage in meaningful conversations for a more progressive and supportive work environment. 

Date: 5 March 2024, between 14:30 and 16:00   

Venue: Corvinus University of Budapest, Main Building, Grand Hall 

Esteemed guests of our panel discussion: 

  • Rezső Rózsai, CEO of KPMG in Hungary 
  • Julianna Kulczycki, Head of GBS Customer Operations Mobility & Convenience EU and Head of country Hungary at bp 
  • Mónika Pais, CEO of Diageo Budapest 
  • Beáta Nagy, professor at Corvinus University of Budapest 
  • and Theodore Sebastian Boone, master lecturer at Corvinus University of Budapest, moderator of the event 

Our guest’s valuable thoughts and experiences are followed by a Q&A section at the end.  

Event language: English  

The panel discussion is open to everyone, including students and lecturers alike, but registration is required until March 4, 2024!  

Registration 

The Hungarian Business Leaders Forum (HBLF) has been committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and ethical business practices in Hungary ever since it was founded by the personal initiative of King Charles III in 1992. It is an outstanding, CSR-focused organization, a nonprofit association and representative body of more than 100 local business executives, local representatives of international joint ventures, prompting social, economic, and environmentally sustainable development. As the exclusive representative of the EU Diversity Charter in the country, one of HBLF’s focus areas is supporting female leaders to achieve gender equality. 

 

 

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