The Tällberg Foundation paid tribute to four outstanding Global Leaders who have demonstrated the kind of leadership demanded by the challenges of the 21st century: innovative, imaginative, flexible, systems-based, risk-taking and, above all, ethical. By honoring them, the Foundation not only seeks to nurture and extend their accomplishments, but also to encourage others to follow their examples.
We convened the network—including Tällberg’s board, the prize jury, and others—for a two-day workshop on Leadership in the 21st Century.
The Eliasson Global Leadership Prize, supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), is given annually to outstanding leaders from any country and any discipline whose work is global in application, innovative, optimistic, courageous and based on universal values.
The Tällberg Foundation Establishes Eliasson Global Leadership Prize to honor the international and Swedish diplomat, Jan Eliasson, who most recently served as Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations.
The polarization program, as part of SNF’s conference, includes a series of panels, interactive sessions with the audience, artistic performance, presentations and other elements designed not just to inform, but also to engage the audience in thinking about polarization and its consequences.
We are pleased to introduce the international jury of the Tällberg Foundation Global Leadership Prize 2017.
Alternative Futures will be a series of one-day workshops to be held at leading scientific campuses over the next two years that will focus on introducing participants to various emerging technologies, and kick starting a conversation about the social, political and economic implications.
The 2016 Tällberg Foundation Global Leadership Prize is awarded to Sunitha Krishnan and Christiana Figueres for their Innovative, Principled, and Courageous Leadership
As part of the Tällberg workshop on leadership in Amsterdam our partner De Balie will be hosting a public session where we will be asking the questions; What are the best practices of making a difference in a complicated global environment? Are we moving toward a more collaborative, rather than competitive leadership style?
This summer, the Cousteau Divers and Tällberg Foundation visited the EGRIP research station in Greenland to understand the history and man-made effects of climate change in the region. As part of their mini-series, Cousteau Divers have released a video exploring the White Desert of Greenland.