In unseren Podcasts sprechen wir mit Experten über aktuelle Zukunftsthemen – Wie gelingt die Digitale Transformation? Wie sind neue Geschäftsmodelle eigentlich bilanziell abzubilden? Wie und wo werden wir arbeiten? Und wie kann ein Miteinander von Mensch und Maschine funktionieren?
Episode #8: Janis McDavid on the treatment of people with disabilities
In today's episode of the Deloitte Breaking Bias Podcast, we talk to Janis McDavid, Speaker and LinkedIn Changemaker. In this episode, learn how to live your best life despite apparent disadvantages, how best to approach a person with a disability, and how to make the seemingly impossible possible with a lot of willpower. Janis McDavid talks about how, with the help of the Charta der Vielfalt and other organisations, he is working to raise the visibility of people with disabilities, contributing to a diverse and inclusive world where the characteristics that make us different do not make us different.
Episode #6: Czech Desk (Summer Special)
There is no doubt, that Germany is an important business partner for the Czech Republic and vice versa.
Still there are cultural and legal differences, which may have a tremendous impact on the cross-border transaction. Therefore, it is from highest importance to know these differences in order to avoid misunderstandings. In today’s Legal on Air episode, our Deloitte Legal Corporate experts Peter Karmann – located in Cologne – and Lukas Poddany – located in Prague – investigate these differences.
Episode #5: Spanish Desk (Summer Special)
The importance of German-Spanish trade relations is beyond question. In 2020 Germany was the second most important trade partner of Spain and major German groups have direct investments in Spain and vice versa.
In today’s podcast episode our Deloitte Legal Corporate experts Felix Felleisen – located in Düsseldorf – and Fernando Martínez Comas and Ana de Lluc Compte – located in Palma de Mallorca - talk about the challenges of cross-border activities, due to historic and cultural differences.
Episode #4: Japan Desk (Summer Special)
When it comes to cross-border transactions between two countries, Japan occupies a special place. In terms of culture, as well as business etiquette, there are a number of dos and don'ts that should be considered when doing business in Japan.
In this Legal on Air summer special podcast, our Deloitte Legal Corporate and M&A experts Andreas Jentgens – based in Frankfurt –Kaori Oka and Ryota Sekine – both based in Tokyo – talk about these country-specific features, challenges and opportunities.
Episode #7: Magdalena Rogl on educational discrimination, privileges, inclusive language and barrier
In today's episode of the Deloitte Breaking Bias Podcast, we welcome Magdalena Rogl, Head of Digital Channels at Microsoft Germany. Learn from Magdalena why educational discrimination is a big problem, how to make people aware of their privileges and why it is important to Magdalena and Microsoft as a company to use inclusive language and barrier-free communication when it comes to diversity and inclusion.
Episode #3: Chinese Desk (Summer Special)
With a bilateral trade volume of more than 200 billion euros, the Chinese-German trade relations are of particular importance. Nevertheless, different understandings of business conduct and communication are challenging for the trade relationship. In this Legal on Air summer trip podcast episode, our Deloitte Legal Corporate and M&A experts Michael Fischer from Munich and Alexander Georg Fischer based in Shanghai talk about the country-specific characteristics, challenges and opportunities.