Elisabet Vinberg Hearn is a speaker, author, leadership strategist and executive coach who is passionate about creating Sustainability and long-term success for leaders and organisations around the world.

She is often hired to talk about Future Leadership and Winning Team, and is a published, award-winning author.

Elisabet has extensive experience from the business world, including 13 years with American Express, based in Sweden and in the UK, while working internationally. She has held various leadership roles, responsible for customer servicing, process re-engineering and corporate culture transformation.

She has a degree in Marketing Economics from IHM Business School and an MBA in Leadership and Sustainability from the University of Cumbria (Robert Kennedy College).

Meridium day in Stockholm 25 October 2018

Meridium day in Stockholm 25 October 2018

Västerås Castle, Stockholm

Västerås Castle, Stockholm

Västerås Castle, Stockholm

HMS Belfast, London

The Landmark Hotel, London

The Landmark Hotel, London

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7 Impact hacks for job interviews

Do you have a job interview coming up? Whether online or face to face. Or maybe you want to make sure you are ready for your next important interview? And want to make a really good impression, have great impact? Then check out these 7 impact hacks to help you do just...

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Trust impacts the bottom line

Sarah was frustrated. She had noticed that her team members often seemed dismissive about the importance of her work. Why are they not interested in my work? Does what I do not matter? Sarah felt angry, defensive and helpless, which made things even worse....

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It’s all about your stakeholders

Ultimately, stakeholder management is what running an organisation is all about. Effective stakeholder management helps you do a better job, both in the short and long term. So what are stakeholders? Well, anyone who has a stake in what you do, is a...

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Work/life balance or not?

Christine wanted to encourage her team’s work/life balance, so she kept telling her team members to not work too late, but instead go home at the end of the working day and spend time with friends, family and on hobbies. The team members were really pleased, they had...

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Want to be part of a smarter team?

From WeAreTheCity’s Future Leader’s Blog Collective intelligence and collective decision making equals the ability to influence more. When a a team or leadership team works well together, with a shared purpose that everyone believes in and owns, something almost...

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