leaders talk by the female factor – Episode 1 – Christine Antlanger-Winter, Country Director Google Austria

leaders talk by the female factor – Episode 1 – Christine Antlanger-Winter, Country Director Google Austria

Quote: „Diversity is something that Google supports – with a lot of effort and a lot of impact – it’s also about the inclusivity around it – it’s one thing to bring diverse talent in, and another thing to create a culture where everyone is heard and can thrive“

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In the first episode of our leaders talk podcast, Christine Antlanger-Winter – Country Director of Google Austria since 2019, shares her superpower and how her dedication and drive to do things differently helped her get a leadership role at Google. She also explains that diversity is something that she, as a leader, supports amongst her team but also Google, as an employer. Christine recognises the power of authenticity and showing vulnerability in leadership and acknowledges the importance of trust in relationships as „the glue for having diverse teams work“. She walks us through her mistakes that turned out to be a favorable redirection in the end, how she sees women in the future of the tech sector and she will openly discuss motherhood aspects in regards to her career. We will also tap how loneliness can be experienced as a female leader, the role mentoring can play and Christine’s commitment to help the next generation of female leaders.

Speaker bio:

Christine Antlanger-Winter has been Country Director with Google Austria since 2019. Prior to this, she was CEO of the media agency Mindshare where she built and was responsible for the digital agendas since 2003. She graduated from Hagenberg University of Applied Sciences with a degree in media technology and design. She was President of IAB Austria and has been Secretary-General of IAA Austria since 2018.

Mahdis Gharaei:

Mahdis is the co-founder & co-ceo of the female factor. She’s a passionate diversity advocate, business woman and opportunity maker by heart with a particular focus on creating cross-border relationships thanks to her Persian roots. Before starting the female factor she served as one of the youngest general managers of an international airline and had leadership roles at non-profit organisations such as the World Affairs Council, AustrianStartups and Female Founders.

About the female factor:
The female factor is a global community for the next generation of female leaders, enabling them to get their seat at the table. The brand recently launched Europe’s first job platform connecting female job seekers with inclusive companies.

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