Albert Hobohm revealed how we can become happier in a world that is becoming more and more disconnected from the reality. He also explained what is mental success and how to achieve that.
Hobohm gives lectures about meditation and psychology. He has lived two years in Ghana, where he built an orphanage. Right now, he is studying Industrial Management at KTH.
Andreas Hatzigeorgiou gave a TEDx Talk on how the gig economy will affect our society and social structures. During his talk, he discussed the challenges caused by gig economy. Hatzigeorgiou is one of Sweden’s best macroeconomic commentators. He works as a Chief Economist at the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and Research Fellow at the Ratio Institute. Previously Hatzigeorgiou has worked for the Sweden’s Minister of Trade and Nordic Cooperation, World Bank and Sweden’s National Board of Trade
Anna Wahl, Professor (Chair) Gender, Organisation and Management at KTH, during the event, talked about gender inequality, investments that have been made in that area and what work is yet to be done in KTH.
Vice president for Gender Equality and Values at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Anna Wahl's current research interests are the gendering of management in different contexts, work for change and the impact of gender equality in organizations. She has been involved in several development and research projects in Swedish film industry to promote increased gender awareness and initiatives for change.
The talk was about how we can revolutionize the education system by empowering one person - namely, young students, graduates or professionals who may not have academic titles but the ability to inspire and engage students to help them thrive and stimulate their hunger for learning and growth. In his talk, he shared his experiences and showcase why it is time to start a movement.
A half German half Brazilian, who has made Amsterdam his home (for now). He speaks six languages fluently to date. Whilst still being in the process of finishing his bachelor, he became Amsterdam's youngest lecturer in 2017. As a young lecturer, entrepreneur, and public speaker he is currently on a mission to revolutionize career discovery and transform education to empower the new generation to do work they'll love. Daniel has not only been the youngest lecturer at his university but has also received the highest evaluation out of all lecturer of the Programme.
Assistant Professor at KTH
”Are we really stronger alone? In a time when climate change, political tension, and public health challenges are threatening our survival, cooperation is more vital than ever. But in a world of individualists, how do we go about creating it?”. Siri Helle, co-author of the book Ensam eller stark – 8 principer för framgångsrika team (Alone or Strong – 8 principles for successful teams), presented the tools needed to design cooperation that last.
Siri Helle is the winner of the Psychology Student of the Year Award in 2017 for popularizing psychological knowledge. As a public speaker and science communicator, Helle is an appreciated expert in Swedish business and media.