One plus one equals three - How people can create amazing results together

How can people get motivated in the right way? How create value and results together that far surpass the sum of each individual?

In this year’s Lehmkuhl lecture, the CEO of Norges Bank Investment Management, Nicolai Tangen, will talk about leadership and motivation. How should people be seen, led and motivated? How should people be seen, led and motivated? What can organisations and educational institutions do differently from what they do today? In short, what can be done to make one plus one equal three?

Nicolai Tangen

Nicolai Tangen is responsible for the management of the Government Pension Fund Global, including the daily operation and the development of Norges Bank Investment Management.

Before became CEO of NBIM in September 2020 he worked at the investment fund AKO Capital, where he was CEO, investment director and co-founder.

Tangen has a degree in economics from the Wharton School of Finance, a master's degree in art history from the Courtauld Institute of Art and in organizational psychology from the London School of Economics. He is also a former partner and senior analyst for Egerton Capital and equities analyst for Cazenove & Co.

After the lecture, the Lehmkuhl scholarship will be awarded to an NHH student or Alumni.

Kristofer Lehmkuhl - 'Father of the school'

Statsråd (Cabinet Minister) Kristofer Lehmkuhl (1855-1949) was an untiring champion for NHH. Perhaps more than anyone else he had the honour of ensuring that NHH became established, and right up to his death he followed the activity of the school with a never weakening interest. He is therefore rightfully called the 'Father of the school'.

NHH has honoured Kristofer Lehmkuhl's memory by holding an annual lecture in his name for students, academic staff and invited guests. The lecture is held as close as possible to Kristofer Lehmkuhl's birthday, 25 September.

A statue stands to the memory of Statsråd Lehmkuhl in front of the main building of the school, looking over the sea towards the harbour of Bergen where the sailing training vessel bearing his name is based.

(the main part of the lectures were held in Norwegian)