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We, as a society, have never been more connected via technology and social media than we are today. Yet, we’ve never been lonelier. Nearly half of American adults suffer from loneliness. In the UK, Prime Minister Theresa May has appointment a Loneliness Minister to attempt to deal with the problem there. At the same time, trust has never been lower in corporate or political leaders. Patriarchy as a model of power has led to many dysfunctions—including #MeToo —because it’s unbalanced. But there is another form of power, another model, which we need to learn and implement everywhere—from child education, in business, and in politics.
Woman 2 Woman
Women Supporting Women
In The #MeToo Era And Beyond

Female corporate managers have to work harder than their male colleagues to be acknowledged because of biases against women in the workplace. Strong, assertive women are more often criticized and disliked than men with the same leadership style, which makes women less likely to be promoted than men.


In addition, competition in the workplace is fierce. For most women, it’s the not the man who causes the problems, it’s other women.


Woman 2 Woman is designed to elevate the dynamics between women in the workplace, increasing gender diversity in companies by creating connection, trust, and support between women. Because when women stand together, everyone wins. We improve our work environment, women’s career opportunities increase without having to work harder and harder, creating the risk of burnout. Finally, gender diversity lead to better business results.

How To Be A Powerful Ally
In The #MeToo Era

The #metoo movement brought a lot of abuse to the surface, because women now feel it’s safer to speak up about sexual harassment. It has also forced our attention to a vital part of any business: TRUST, or rather, the lack of it in leadership and between

co-workers, and the consequences of breaches of trust in business.


Since the #metoo movement, senior-level men are far more hesitant to spend time with junior women than junior men in 1-on-1 meetings, travel, and work dinners, because they worry about their reputations and about their careers. When fewer men mentor women, fewer women will rise to leadership. That’s bad for business! A safer and better work environment also diminishes the risk of sexual harassment lawsuits against the corporation.


#MenToo is a confidence creator and encourages men to reclaim their true masculine power, allowing them to thrive at their jobs and becoming a powerful ally for all co-workers.


Using what she learned researching the award-winning book The Mystery of the Lone Wolf Killer, Unni digs deep into what makes someone, who has never before committed a crime, become a mass murder.


Isolation and loneliness are a big part of the problem.


Loneliness is the fastest growing epidemic in our society. It’s not just a social problem, loneliness is detrimental to our health and can make us dangerous to others and ourselves.


But what if we could turn loneliness into a strength we could tap into? In this 60-minute keynote, Unni explores how we can transform separation into connection and a more inclusive environment for all.

Female leaders building trust & support
in business and beyond

Woman 2 Woman-Workshop is an intensive 1-day training for junior and senior female managers. Research conducted by McKinsey show that women are underrepresented in leadership, which is hurting the work environment and company bottom-line.

To change sexist biases, it’s not sufficient that men treat women differently, women have to change their attitudes too.

How to be a powerful ally
in the #MeToo Era

The #MenToo Workshop is an intensive 1-day training for junior and senior male managers in any organization. A majority of men are uncomfortable around women in the workplace and are therefore less likely to offer the support women need to step into leadership, according to McKinsey.

This is a problem for the work environment, for the careers of both men and women, the risk of sexual harassment related lawsuits, and the company bottom-line.