Month: November 2019

Structures and stereotypes are the biggest challenges leaders face today, recited Julia Gillard when speaking at the “Setting the Scene” session during the Reykjavik Global Forum – Women Leaders on 19th November 2019. In this framing session, Julia Gillard, Prime Minister of Australia (2010-2013), Member of CWWL, addresses key challenges of the third decade of […]

Press Release – October 29, 2019 – The ‘Nobel Women’s Initiative’ and 21 organisations fighting to ‘End Period Poverty’ are the winners of the POWER, TOGETHER. AWARDS 2019. The awards honour outstanding initiatives where people join forces and use their power to together advance society and achieve great change. Introduced by Women Political Leaders (WPL), […]

The Reykjavík Global Forum is committed to leading the important debate around a new, more inclusive, definition of power in business and politics. Our Action? We’ve created THE PULSE, an interactive tool to start the conversation on women in leadership. It uses Twitter data and a sentiment algorithm to track over 10,000 CONVERSATIONS a day so […]

How do people feel about women in leadership? To take action and contribute to closing the equality gap, it is paramount to equip the community with objective measurements about the factors which are hindering progress towards equality between women and men.  In the wake of the success of the Reykjavik Index for Leadership in the […]

Power, Together. Community of Actions At the Reykjavík Global Forum 2019, Conversationists are encouraged to launch their Pledge to ensure that we walk the talk, walk the Forum’s conversation. Take a look at the Pledges received so far. Get inspired to design your own Pledge. Your pledge can be personal, or on behalf of the […]

Using data to drive debate The Reykjavík Global Forum is committed to leading the important debate around a new, more inclusive, definition of power in business and politics.  Our Action? We’ve created THE PULSE, an interactive tool to start the conversation on women in leadership. It uses Twitter data and a sentiment algorithm to track […]

POWER, TOGETHER is the key The ‘Nobel Women’s Initiative’ and 25 organisations fighting to ‘End Period Poverty’ are the winners of the POWER, TOGETHER. AWARDS 2019. The awards honour outstanding initiatives where people join forces and use their power to together advance society and achieve great change. The Awards are tangible examples of the Power, […]

To take action and contribute to closing the equality gap, it is paramount to equip the community with objective measurements about the factors which are hindering progress towards equality between women and men. In the wake of the success of the Reykjavik Index for Leadership in the launch year 2018 – named #BestOfDavos by the […]

OUTSTANDING LEADERS AND ADVOCATES The Reykjavík Global Forum co-chairs represent both the public and private sectors, international organisations, academia and science as well as civil society and social entrepreneurship. The role of the distinguished group of Co-Chairs is to act as ambassadors and advocates for the Reykjavík Global Forum, its mission and initiatives and advise on […]

A positive actionable pledge will stimulate real change. Reykjavík Global Forum – Women Leaders wants to encourage the use of The Conversationist Pledge to ensure that we walk the talk, walk the Forum conversation: to increase the action and subsequent positive change that emanates from the Forum. A pledge is a commitment to a concrete […]