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Tova Brandt is Director of the Museum of Danish America in Elk Horn, Iowa. In this episode, she talks with host Brian Woodward about the historical relationship and the longstanding ties between Denmark and the United States.  Tova explains the waves of Danish immigration to America, the state of the current relationship between Denmark and the United States, and sheds some light on why eating medisterpølse with æbleskiver just makes damn good sense when in America.
Breaking News! The Global Denmark Podcast welcomes new co-host, Brian Woodward. In this mini-cast, we welcome Brain and learn more about his background as a communication strategist, journalist, and copy-writer as well as his vision for the continued growth of the podcast.
What can we learn from the Danish model?Join us in part one of two in this special episode of the Global Denmark Podcast as Thomas Mulhern interviews Fmr. Minister, Speaker and President of the UNGA, Mogens Lykketoft. Mogens has had an incredible career, with more than 35 years as a member of the Social Democratic Party where he also served as Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Finance and Taxation. He’s also author of several books and a frequent commentator on Danish television. Today, Mogens is also serving as Chair for a project called Energinet.In this episode, we take a dive into what the Danish model is, the concept of equality, climate change, the future of energy, the role of the UN, and Mogen’s reflections on previous and current events.
From profit-oriented gainer to a social entrepreneurship frontrunner.Join the Global Denmark Podcast as Thomas Mulhern interviews serial entrepreneur, investor, and CEO of 1People, Jonathan Tjoa Algreen. In this conversation, we discuss the meaning of business from a societal perspective, what investors look for in promising entrepreneurs, human well-being, and much more. 
What can we learn about Denmark from its largest and most influential business organisation?Join the Global Denmark Podcast as Thomas Mulhern interviews the Deputy Director General at Dansk Industri, Kinga Szabo Christensen.In this insightful episode, we discuss Kinga’s journey from Hungary to Denmark, initiatives to attract global talents, the impact of the UN sustainable development goals, Denmark’s competitive advantages, and much more.
How do you cultivate a growth and global mindset? Join the Global Denmark Podcast as Thomas Mulhern interview Managing Director of Growth Mindset, Skip Bowman. In this value-packed episode, we learn about the safe to great tool, cultivating positive mindsets both in Denmark and abroad, how cultural aspects and barriers affect change in organisations, and much more.
Vulnerability, Authenticity and Balance Global Denmark Podcast is back with another insightful episode; as Thomas Mulhern sits down with the CEO and Founder of GoodTalks, Pernille Sandberg Bech. In this wide-ranging conversation, we took a dive into Pernille’s journey from Group Head of Talent and Leadership to starting an empowering network that is adding tremendous value to women around the world.
How can we enhance inclusion, integration and innovation?To explore these topics and a lot more, Thomas Mulhern joined with world renowned expert on psychological safety, best-selling author and CEO of LeaderFactor, Timothy R. Clark, took a deep dive into Tim’s new book, “The Four Stages of Psychological Safety.”
Hygge, Happiness and Corona.Join Thomas Mulhern and CEO of the Happiness Research Institute and NY Times best-selling author, Meik Wiking, in this week’s episode of the Global Denmark Podcast. Listen as they explore how to create happiness in the time of Corona, digital hygge, shaping memories, the new happiness museum in Copenhagen and a groundbreaking new report from the happiness institute that could dramatically change the well-being for humanity.
In this week’s episode of Global Denmark Podcast, Thomas Mulhern is joined by the director of Talent Attraction at Copenhagen capacity, Nikolaj Lubanski, as they discuss the value proposition for attracting and retaining top talent, the Talent to Denmark Project, and global talent in light of COVID’19.
How should you negotiate virtually?Join the Global Denmark Podcast as we are pleased to have Keld Jensen, negotiation and trust expert, prolific author with over 20 publications in 36 countries and 30 years of diverse experience, once again, back on the podcast.In this insightful episode, we explore the impact of the Corona crisis in-terms of negotiation; how Keld has been devoting his time, do’s and don’ts of online negotiation, compare US and Denmark in managing its distributed workforce and the role of trust in business and societies.
Say it ain't so Ed!Join the Global Denmark Podcast as we say tak for nu til co-host Ed Ley! Thomas and Ed send Ed off with a proper goodbye by reminiscing on the journey, discussing behind the scenes considerations into making the podcast, and talking about the podcast going forward.
The Global Denmark Podcast is back with the final installment of our “Espresso Series” where we speak with Julia Gebert; Founder and CEO of RYSTA. In this wide-ranging conversation, we take a look at sensors designed for indoor and outdoor environments, the UrbanTech experience, partnering with EWII, and the elimination of mold.
How can you create networking value in the time of Corona?Join us as we welcome back CEO of ExpatRide and Founder of the DABGO organization, Jesper Løvendahl. We take a look at digital value-creation, keys to leading a distributed workforce and what it means to give in times of crisis.
The Global Denmark Podcast is back with the second installment of our Espresso Series entitled "human is better."In this episode, Ed Ley and Thomas Mulhern sat down with Timm Beyer, Managing Director of Powerfox, to discuss; their mission, the essence of capturing and managing energy data, the journey with UrbanTech, and what the Danish market can teach German companies.
How do we as parents navigate the Corona pandemic? The Global Denmark Podcast is back with parental expert and bestselling author, Jessica Joelle Alexander.  Join us as we take a look at the situation on the ground in Italy, navigating the Corona pandemic as a worker and a parent, creating paths of opportunity in the crisis and much much more. 
Global Denmark Podcast wants to support exciting start-ups and Danish companies in creating innovation and growth in the years to come. Therefore, we have had the pleasure of collaborating with the Urbantech Project, which we stumbled upon at BLOXHUB.Urbantech helps promising start-ups from around the world connect with top Danish businesses. In this episode we sat down with Kirsti Svenning, Head Of Communications and Sustainability at Catenda, to discuss their journey, how digitalization is affecting the building industry and the collaboration with Urbantech.
Join Ed Ley and Thomas Mulhern on the Global Denmark Podcast in this recap special as we reflect on the lessons from our second roundtable with Louise Orbesen, Dr. Poornima Luthra and Sandy Mackenzie, followed by some exciting news of what’s next.
The Global Denmark Podcast is proud to present our second roundtable discussion.What is the relationship between hygge, comfort and growth?Join Ed Ley and Thomas Mulhern as we welcome back our podcast alumni Louise Orbesen, founder of Leading Humans, Dr. Poornima Luthra, founder and Chief Consultant of TalentED and educator at CBS, and Sandy Mackenzie, Director of Copenhagen International School.This is a 2 part series, where we discussed the future of work and leadership, cognitive diversity, openness and vulnerability, talent shortages and their consequences, the village mentality, hygge and growth, as well as social emotion and attachment.
The Global Denmark Podcast is proud to present our second roundtable discussion.Join Ed Ley and Thomas Mulhern as we welcome back our podcast alumni Louise Orbesen, founder of Leading Humans, Dr. Poornima Luthra, award-winning educator at Copenhagen Business School and Sandy Mackenzie, Director of Copenhagen International School.In this wide-ranging conversation, we discussed the future of work and leadership, cognitive diversity as well as openness and vulnerability. In part 1 of this two-part series; we take a deep dive into lessons from Denmark to the world: low power distance, trust and having a definite identity.
Join Ed Ley and Thomas Mulhern on the Global Denmark Podcast in this recap special as we reflect on the lessons from our first roundtable with Katja Iversen, Chris Shern, and Claus Lønborg, followed by some exciting news of what’s next.
Join the Global Denmark Podcast as we sit down with Senior Vice President of VELUX, Tina Mayn.Tina has extensive experience working with innovation, R&D and transformation management. In this wide-ranging conversation, we explored; VELUX’s global presence, the innovation pipeline, leading large transformation and turnaround, the Urbantech project and scale-up accelerators, as well as the differences between Stockholm and Copenhagen in terms of attracting global talents. Tina, being the first woman to serve in top management at VELUX, also brings tips for women pursuing their career.
How do we give our children the tools to succeed now and in the future?Join the Global Denmark Podcast for an insightful conversation as we sit down with the Director of Copenhagen International School, Sandy Mackenzie. Sandy has been a school leader in China, the United States, the UK, and now in Denmark. In this wide-ranging conversation, we explored; innovation in the educational sector, the importance of emotional intelligence and global perspectives, the role of CIS, the 17 SDGs, inclusion, the experience of being an expat leader in Denmark and much more.
The Global Denmark Podcast is proud to announce a brand new roundtable format where we dig deeper into the lessons to and from Denmark.Join our inaugural roundtable as we welcome back podcast alumni Katja Iversen, CEO of Women Deliver, Chris Shern, Managing Director of IME Fond/Henley Business School and Claus Lønborg, CEO of Copenhagen Capacity. This is part 2 of a 2 part series where we discuss; the social welfare state model, Nordic leadership values, diversity and inclusion issues and how it affects global talent attraction.
The Global Denmark Podcast is proud to announce a brand new roundtable format where we dig deeper into the lessons to and from Denmark.Join our inaugural roundtable as we welcome back podcast alumni Katja Iversen, CEO of Women Deliver, Chris Shern, Managing Director of IME Fond/Henley Business School and Claus Lønborg, CEO of Copenhagen Capacity. This is part 1 of a 2 part series where we discuss; the social welfare state model, Nordic leadership values, diversity and inclusion issues and how it affects global talent attraction.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Global Denmark
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Dec 18th, 2018
Latest Episode
Nov 8th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
74
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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