Gender Sensitive Leadership

Gender sensitive leadership: what does it take?
Location
  • Trondheim, Norway
Date
  • 6 October 2020
Trainers
  • Linda M. Rustad
  • Trine Rogg Korsvik
Host organisation
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Learning objectives
  • Sensitise about the value of gender-sensitive decision-making processes
  • Highlight some common pitfalls in promotion (recruitment) process of managers and leaders such as unconscious bias (norms and values associated with supposed qualities of men and women), and the role of informal networks
  • Learn about successful cases of achieving better gender balance
  • Raise awareness about existing tools and how to get better gender balance in your unit
Who is it for?
  • Head of Departments
  • Decision-makers
  • Middle managers

Agenda

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Trainers

Linda Marie Rustad

KILDEN GENDERRESEARCH.NO, DIRECTOR, EDITOR IN CHIEF FOR KILDEN’S INDEPENDENT NEWS MAGAZINE

Linda Marie Rustad holds a degree in Philosophy from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. She is actively engaged in Nordic, European and international cooperation on gender equality in research, including the gender dimension in research content. She has worked as a researcher and lecturer at Centre for Gender Research at the University of Oslo, Norway and has written several articles in feminist theory and reports on gender equality in research. Rustad has worked as a senior adviser at Universities Norway responsible for the Committee for gender balance and diversity in research commissioned by the Ministry of Education and Research. She was a former member of the Helsinki group on women and science in the European Commission and participates in several project funded by Horizon 2020, including GE Academy.

Trine Rogg Korsvik

KILDEN GENDERRESEARCH.NO, SENIOR ADVISER

Trine Rogg Korsvik is Senior Adviser at Kilden genderresearch.no. She holds a Ph.D. in history, specialized in the history of feminism and women’s movements. She has experience from European research cooperation on gender related issues and as a researcher and lecturer at the Centre for Gender Research at the University of Oslo. Since 2017, she is running the Kilden initiated project Integrating the Gender Dimension in Research, presenting best practices from a variety of scientific fields, and is managing Kilden’s women’s history project kvinnehistorie.no. Trine has published numerous articles and books on gender related topics, including «What is the Gender Dimension in Research?», with Linda Marie Rustad.