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LEWAS Amplified

LEWAS Amplified

By LEWAS Amplified
Driving authentic conversations led by experts focused on cross-cultural communications and awareness, diversity, and inclusion. The LEWAS Amplified series brings in panelists to speak on a variety of topics that focus on issues that are under represented and less talked about; exploring game-changing D&I programs that can help company culture and the bottom line. Hear from experts from different roles and backgrounds as they uncover what works and doesn’t in helping employees bring their A-game to work.
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Stereo-untypical: Female Paradoxes at Work

LEWAS Amplified

Fresh off the boat, and onto the platform: Engaging young leaders in Energy
In a landscape where Corporate Social Responsibility used to be an afterthought, businesses have now realized, in order to retain the new workforce, CSRs are an integral part of their DNA.   Besides making a positive contribution to society, how can companies ensure employee morale, improved company culture, and most importantly, swift growth in skillset amongst the younger workforce? Hear the two experts, Mujahed AlSayouhi, Organization Performance Advisor at Saudi Aramco, and Mette Hersby, Leadership Succession Manager at Shell discuss their perspectives of Gen Z at work.
March 14, 2022
Stereo-untypical: Female Paradoxes at Work
Coming to work unfiltered and expecting your colleagues to accept your true self could misfire. At the same time, hiding your authenticity at work can form meaningless relationships that can hold back professional growth.  This leads us to the big question: How much of your authentic self can you get to work? Are we saying that women should mimic their male counterparts to be taken seriously? 
October 25, 2021
Reskilling Remotely, Road to Opportunities
The future of work is here. Are employers ready to keep up?  The writing has been on the wall since the early 1970s. Digitalization promised a new era for working life, but the cultural transformation lagged – until COVID-19. Who are the real winners and losers? Many workers have made big wins from remote work such as savings on transport, better work-life balance, and more autonomy. And then there have been the less fortunate. Experiences diverge greatly depending on personal situations – such as space, childcare responsibilities, the nature of the job itself, and individual temperaments.”
September 01, 2021