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Swedish Armed Forces

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HopeComms has a long history of working with the Swedish Armed Forces. Assignments include:
 

  • Leadership Coach in the 2-year-long Gender Coach Program (GCP) - a leadership program for the highest leadership of the Swedish Armed Forces, including the Supreme Commander and highest Generals and Departments.
     

  • Training for many departments and target groups within the Swedish Armed Forces, see below:

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Leadership Coach
Training and advising the highest leadership in gender mainstreaming the Swedish Armed Forces both internally (organization), and externally (core operations).  2-year leadership support and one-on-one coaching.

 

Inclusive Communications Advising 
Training and advising the Head of the Communication and the Communication Dept to ensure more inclusive external & internal communications (gender and intersectional/DEIB.)
2-year leadership support and coaching for the Highest Leadership, The Director of Communications, with one-on-one coaching as well as training sessions with the entire Comms Dept.

Amfibieregementet: Training 250 conscripts in equal opportunities, gender equality, diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging. Including PSEAH (Protection Against Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment).


Officersskolan Karlberg: Training 500+ Officers at the Military Academy Karlsberg in Equal Opportunities, Anti-discrimination, DEIB, and PSEAH (Protection Against Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment) 

NOAK:
Training at the Annual NOAK meeting, on the themes of Equal Opportunities, Anti-discrimination, DEIB, and PSEAH (Protection Against Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Harassment) 

The Swedish Armed Forces Say:

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Dear Viktoria,

Thank you for the book The New Man: About Boys, Men and the End of the Battle of the Sexes. I have started reading it and look forward to reflecting on what you write.
What you touch upon is a highly relevant topic and will remain so in the future.

Micael Bydén, Commander-in-chief,
Swedish Armed Forces

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