Leading The Change Through Corporate Sustainability with Therese Noorlander and Sofia Kilifi

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May 17, 2021
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Our conversation with Therese Norlander, the Sustainability Director Europe at The Coca-Cola Company, and her colleague, Sofia Kilifi, the Sustainability and Community Manager for Coca-Cola in Europe, is now on Spotify and Apple podcast.

This episode is part of the Leadership Conversation series. In this conversation with Ebere Akadiri, Therese and Sofia talked about the importance of leading the change through corporate sustainability.

Plus, we discussed the issue of Diversity and inclusivity at Coca-Cola, the impact of climate change and the organization’s sustainability efforts.

We dug deep into issues that affect the advancement of women into top leadership positions, balancing motherhood with work especially in the middle of the ongoing pandemic, the advantages of mentorship for career advancement and other social issues.

This episode will help you understand the strategic steps that leaders take for their leadership growth and the need to pause in order to reflect and take care of themselves.

Rise to Leadership Podcast, which was launched on March 8, is a bi-monthly show (weekly in March) that explores topics that matter while sharing stories of inspiring leaders who are creating positive changes.

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