The Eliasson Global Leadership Prize of the Tällberg Foundation is given annually to outstanding leaders from any country and any discipline whose work is global in application, based on universal values, innovative, optimistic and courageous.
The Tallberg Foundation will host an evening conversation on Thursday, July 26 at in New York City that will continue our exploration of the future evolution of global migration flows.
Chairman of the Tällberg Foundation, Alan Stoga, will moderate the session “Artificial Intelligence and its disruptive potential” at the Seventh Annual Stavros Niarchos Foundation International Conference on Philanthropy in Athens Greece
This is the second conversation in a series on technology and society and will take place (date to be announced).
We are convening a second workshop on May 10-12, 2018 in Tangier, Morocco to push the conversation on the implications of migration further.
We are in the process of planning our 2018 programs. Stay tuned for additional conversation in the Alternative Futures series.
The Tällberg Foundation Global Leaders will come together with a select group of participants in November, 2017 in New York.
The inaugural ceremony for the Eliasson Global Leadership Prizes of the Tällberg Foundation
We’ll be exploring why we degenerate into irresolvable debate rather than agreed actions.
Watch the program on Polarization in the 21st Century: YOU’RE WRONG! (and I am right) live!
Be sure to complete the short nomination form for the Global Leadership Prize 2017.
The Tällberg Foundation is hosting an after-work conversation in Stockholm, Sweden.
The Tällberg Foundation Global Leaders will come together with a select group of participants in November, 2016 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
What kind of leadership do we need to meet the challenges of the 21st century?
Timeline for the Tällberg Foundation Global Leadership Prize & Workshop
Nominations for the Global Leadership Prize 2016 open on April 1.
The Tällberg Foundation is convening a workshop on the underlying cause and potential long-term consequences of Europe’s refugee crisis, Clash of Civilizations? The workshop is being held on the island of Lesvos, Greece from March 17-19, 2016.
On November 11, 2015, the Tällberg Foundation will pay tribute to the five Global Leaders who are also eligible for this year’s Global Leadership Prize. We hope you will be able to join us to celebrate the stories of people with the skills, wisdom, vision, energy, values and courage that are needed to cope with the challenges of the 21st century
On the evening of November 10, join the Tällberg Foundation together with the documentary filmmaker Deeyah Khan for a public screening of her documentary “JIHAD – A story of the others” about radical Islam, followed by a panel discussion on the impact of radical Islam in and on Europe.
Bridging gaps and crossing borders is a two-day workshop designed for journalists, opinion makers, digital technologists, social media specialists and bloggers. The meeting will be held in Malmö, Sweden.
This workshop is designed to be the first of a series over the next two years that will consider the variety of forces shaping the future of the great powers, starting with the U.S., Russia, China, Europe, and Japan.
The Tällberg Foundation is holding its second “Tällberg Virtual Conversations on Climate” on Wednesday 28 January 2015.
A conversation on Alan Turing and his significance led by Bo Ekman, Chairman Emeritus, The Tällberg Foundation
The Tällberg Foundation is pleased to host a private preview screening of the documentary Queens of Syria on Dec. 4, 2014. Queens of Syria tells the story of fifty women from Syria, all forced into exile in Jordan, who came together in the autumn of 2013 to create and perform their own version of the Trojan Women, the timeless Ancient Greek tragedy all about the plight of women in war.
On November 26, The Tällberg Foundation convened the first “Tällberg Virtual Conversations” to discuss the prospect for climate negotiations.
The Tällberg Workshop at CERN (TW@C) is a project that will search for the governing systems that can help us manage ever emergent and evolving global systems problems and opportunities.
The Tällberg Foundation/Nextwork AB, in cooperation with the Living History Forum is inviting 25 people to a conversation about the strength and health of democratic values, both at national and international levels. The workshop will ask questions about recent developments and discuss strategies to counteract nationalism and tribalism which are on the rise.
The first LärOlika program consists of seven meetings at various locations around Stockholm. It gathers a diverse group of 60 people March-June 2014.
On May 5-7, the Tällberg Foundation will convene a group of 20 people who have a range of theoretical and practical experience in approaching the issues that face our societies from a systems perspective.
On Thursday, November 21, the Tällberg Foundation is organizing a seminar in collaboration with the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) and the SAS Institute (in Swedish).
The Tällberg Foundation organized a learning journey for e-man, exploring the boundaries of the most innovative technological and social innovations alongside newly emerging global trends.
Tällberg Foundation was once again one of the content providers to the festival in Sigtuna.
The Tällberg Foundation was asked to moderate a number of sessions at this year’s Almedalen Week.
The Forum gathered almost 300 prominent thinkers and leaders under the theme “The world at a crossroads: Making sense of globalization”, in Tällberg, Sweden.
The Tällberg Foundation in cooperation with the EU Commission in Sweden organized a seminar on the future of Europe. The event took place in Stockholm, Sweden.
A two-day explorative workshop on “The questions we aren’t asking” and “The risks we aren’t seeing”, in preparation for the Tällberg Forum 2013, gathered around 40 participants.
The Tällberg Foundation initiated a process with the City of Västerås which aimed at reducing youth unemployment and strengthening human resource management.
The workshop focused on how the integration of arts, science and technology can help improve our human adaptation to the ever ongoing evolution of the world we live off and in. The workshop took place in Cary, USA.