Loveleen Rihel Brenna
Thursday 10 Mar - Thursday 10 Mar

In this member meeting, we have the pleasure of hearing from Norway’s foremost expert in diversity, Loveleen Brenna. She will lead a workshop on how we as administrative professionals can support our employers in being a workplace where diversity and innovation are key components in the success of the company.

Loveleen Rihel Brenna has cutting-edge expertise in diversity management. For several decades, she has given lectures on training in cultural intelligence and diversity competence, as well as leadership and organizational development. Loveleen is the general manager, business developer, and founder of Seema.

Loveleen has contributed to reports for the Parliament and national strategy plans. She functioned as leader for the the Parents' Committee for primary education for eight years, and has chaired the Women's Panel for the Ministry of Children, Gender Equality and Inclusion, and the Brennautvalget for the Ministry of Education. She has led the work of developing a national standard for a management system for diversity under the auspices of Standard Norway.

She has written several books. Among other things, «Mangfoldsledelse – Mangfold og likestilling som bærekraftig konkurransefortrinn», «Min annerledeshet, min styrke», and most recently “The Parable of the Dog and the Peacock” which will be available for purchase at the event – signed by Loveleen.

Loveleen has also received several awards for her work: Ole Vig Prize 1997, Woman of the Year, KK 2006, Norway's toughest woman 2013, Fritt Ord's honorary prize 2016, and others.

Loveleen's workshop is based on her great competence in diversity and management. She is able to challenge thoughts, engage congregations and convey knowledge in an understandable way that is left with the audience.

The Parable of the Dog and the Peacock