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Spotify’s Katarina Berg on how HR can continue the Rhythm during a Crisis

Keeping the band together

Strategist

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Prepare Your Workforce “If you are smart enough to use and not let this crisis go to waste, you will be the one who’s not just holding the drumstick and beating the very pace of the change but you can also lead the way.”

  • In our current crisis-ridden world, when everything we know is under threat, a strong culture strategy can be the guide to the other side.
  • How we lead, guide, and prioritize matters more than ever?
  • Listen to Spotify’s cultural strategy story and understand their success in managing the impact of the COVID crisis as a result.

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If you are smart enough to use and not let this crisis go to waste, you will be the one who’s not just holding the drumstick and beating the very pace of the change but you can also lead the way.

About Katarina Berg:

Katarina Berg joined Spotify as Chief HR Officer in 2013. She heads up the company’s global HR, Strategy Operations, and Workplace Solutions departments, leading the people strategy development and execution in the transition from startup to a mature international company.

Before Spotify, Katarina held high-profile HR roles in various multinational companies, such as Preem, Swedbank, Kanal 5 (SBS Broadcasting) and 3 (Hi3G Access)

As well as catering to the people needs of a diverse, nimble and ever-changing organization, Katarina is also focused on building teams and reinventing processes to establish an environment where creative and passionate people can be their very best, have fun and develop great careers.

Katarina also serves on the board of directors of recruitment tech startup Sqore, and the advisory board of directors for Swedish fitness magazine Topp Hälsa.

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