NATALIS' ONGOING PROJECTS
I believe in three main things: knowledge, reflection and change. You cannot have change without giving time to reflect, and you cannot reflect on things without new knowledge, information and perspectives. With these three small, but powerful, words I work - with like-minded - tirelessly on changing our current culture on how we work.
Combining my own experiences with stress related mental illness, with my broad and interdisciplinary theoretical knowledge, and last but not least my experiences in business development, management, and leadership (both in sports and in work life), I tackle this complex societal problem of ours.
My main focus are Stress, Productivity and Profitability (no, it's not productive nor profitable to over stress), The importance of a great leadership in creating a sustainable work life, and the Individualisation of work - and its consequences on the individual and the organisation.
Other than giving lectures to people in the business sector, I also give inspiring talks and workshops in the field of mental health and self-leadership to teenagers. I believe teenagers are the greatest, and we - as adults - can learn unimaginable a lot from them and their perspective. After all, they are our future. I've been working with teenagers in some way or another since I was 16 years old myself, and I have no intention in stopping.
Co-founder Alterity. A think tank aiming to expand the narrative on business, entrepreneurship and markets by offering up divergent thoughts and opinions on these concepts.
Founder StressGäris. Sweden's biggest Facebook community, dedicated to stress related mental illness for women and non-binaries. Currently 5000 members.
Head of Concept, #NowWhat - The world's frist interdisciplinary hackathon for sexual harassment.
MSSc Employment Relations, minor Work and Organizational Psychology. University of Gothenburg.
BA Business Administration, major Marketing, minor Social-psychology. School of Business, Economics and Law at University of Gothenburg.
BA European Studies. University of Gothenburg.