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.
Every month, Bo Ekman writes in the leading pages of the Swedish newspaper Dalarnas Tidning (FaluKuriren). Here you will find his latest articles.
Here follows Bo Ekman’s November leading article, in Swedish.
Here follows Bo Ekman’s October leading article, in Swedish.
Tällberg Foundation takes on Swedish diversity challenges in new ways, in cooperation with Fryshuset and with support from the Swedish Postcode Lottery.
In August, the Tällberg Foundation organized a learning journey to Silicon Valley for the innovative Swedish IT company, e-man.
The Swedish public television broadcasted many hours recorded at the Forum.
Rebecca Oliver of the Tällberg Foundation moderated Symposium – a blend of conversation and music, on August 16-17.
A wider context – From our network we share narratives that help reveal an emerging global story of change.
Molly Bingham, an american journalist, reports from this year’s Forum. She is a journalist, CEO & President, ORBmedia from the US and participated at the Tällberg Forum 2013.
Inês Murteira, the winner of the video competition: What does globalisation mean to you?, reflects on her days at the Tällberg Forum 2013 on the Global Changemaker blog.