Welcome to special set of podcasts recorded in partnership with ABSL. Working Together Talk 2020 is a series of podcasts about the power of diversity & inclusion in the workplace, where my amazing guests share their best practices, stories and observations related to Diversity and Inclusion.
Diversity is a fact; inclusion is a choice.
Podcast #1: Creativity above all! How to take advantage of cultural differences during project implementation?
Gabriela Stanakova, EMEA GBS Director at Kimberly Clark, and Krakow center lead.
Kimberly Clark is not only recognized as one of the world’s most reputable companies, according to Forbes 2019 but Kimberly Clark GBS centers were confirmed, already second year in a row, to be one of the top 20 Most Admired Shared Services Organisation globally ([SSON, 2020, 2019].
Diversity and inclusion are at the core of who we are as a global business, how we care for people and make a difference throughout the world. Everything we do is motivated by one purpose: better care for a better world and our commitment to doing this sustainably, with compassion and in partnership with communities.
Gabriela joined K-C in May 2018, responsible to build new center in Krakow. Now, 2 years later, we are happy to have the family of 520 K-C original thinkers.
Prior to joining K-C, Gabriela was Director, Procurement Operations Europe & Procurement Transformation lead Europe in Mondelez International for 9 years.
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Gabriela is an experienced lead, with close to 19 years of experience in business services & supply chain environment.
She believes in and admires diversity and authenticity, strongly embracing any agile approach while taking smart risks and developing new solutions.
She is personally very interested in building powerful teams, supporting well being and work life balance. She is strong sport, community and environmental ambassador, supporting health and mental spirit, caring about the world around us.
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