Expert Talk: HR & Leadership with Erika Enberg

Erika Enberg shares an HR Perspective on Leadership

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Erika Enberg, VP of Talent at ridesharing software door2door, shares her perspective on what makes a leader, helping your team take care of themselves, and being a leader in a new culture or company.
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Growing up surrounded by inspiring women fighting for gender equality in South America, the US, and Europe, Kat Brendel has seen first-hand the incredible value women bring to any table. As a journalist, interviewing female leaders from around the world to inspire more women to lead was the logical an...

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Bookboon Expert Talks are episodes of 15 to 60 minutes. Their content varies from interviews to discussions and monologues aimed at listeners who want to delve deeper into business trends. These Talks are more casual than Bookboon Micro Talks and are ideal to find inspiration for your day or on a commuting journey.

Human Resources is transforming with organizations starting to see HR as a more proactive part. Erika Enberg, VP of Talent at door2door, a software platform for ridesharing services, shares her perspective on what makes a leader, helping your team take care of themselves, and being a leader in a new culture or company. Erika doesn’t see “leader” as job title and believes knowing yourself is key to being a good leader, especially when dealing with company growth.

Growing up surrounded by inspiring women fighting for gender equality in South America, the US, and Europe, Kat Brendel has seen first-hand the incredible value women bring to any table. As a journalist, interviewing female leaders from around the world to inspire more women to lead was the logical answer to how she could do her part. Because everyone benefits from more female leadership.