With insights from Silicon Valley and the unique Singularity University, Mia possesses rare knowledge about the future trends. She understands the demands that the digital world’s exponential growth rate is putting on organization and leadership.

At Learn@Lunch on January 17th, Mia will be talking about the groundbreaking journey of the city farm Plantagon, that gives us an insight in the future trends of AI, space travel and Agenda 2030.

After a successful career in the travel industry, Mia returned to Sweden. Once back, she became one of the foremost leaders for Systembolaget’s change, a journey that could best be described as an alteration ”from authority to service organization”. Mia’s unusual talent to break down complicated strategies to simple messages, as well as spreading them among coworkers has been one of the big success factors.

Mia’s leadership philosophy is to show that words have meaning by taking action. She has a big passion for contributing to solve the global challenges and has taken part in several High Level Leaders’ Summits within the work of the UN, Agenda 2030 and the sustainability goals. Mia keeps her focus on leadership and innovation and believes that only through a brave and fierce leadership will be able to create a harmonic alongside the exceptional technological development.

As always, send an email to martin.tallvid@helio.se to secure your spot and as usual, we’ll be treating you to lunch!


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