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Public engagement activities in Sweden

Published on 10 November 2020

As part of his visiting professorship at the University of Gothenburg’s Centre for Global HR, Graeme Martin is presenting three online seminars in November and December in Sweden

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As part of his visiting professorship at the University of Gothenburg’s Centre for Global HR, Graeme Martin is presenting three online seminars in November and December in Sweden. The first of these involves him leading a workshop for Writing for Publication and Meet the Editors of three leading HRM journals for academics and practitioners in Sweden (with Professor Emma Parry and Dr Anthony MacDonnell).

The second is an invited online seminar for medical directors and senior HR staff at Västra Götaland Regional Council on the development of his medical identity toolkit to assess medical leadership and medical engagement. The third is an invited seminar for the HR directors of the Partner Organizations of the Centre for Global HR at Gothenburg University, including Volvo, Astra Zeneca, IKEA, etc., on employer branding and reputation management.

His work in Gothenburg has also led to an invitation to participate in a Swedish-led research project on Remote Working from Home, sponsored by the consulting company Netigate. The research involves conducting a parallel study in Scotland to the one conducted by Professor Stefan Tengblad and his colleagues at the Centre for Global HR.

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