With today’s International Women’s Day celebrations, it’s a good time for your organisation to reflect on how long it takes to make lasting change.
If one day can make a positive impact on the discussion around a gender equal world and your people, what could a series of days and events over the course of a year make?
Long-term change needs a long-term strategy. If your teams feel inspired and motivated after today, imagine the benefits they will feel after continual conversation and education.
Moving from short-term change to long-lasting impact
Progressive companies around the world are now moving beyond a one-off motivational talk or team away-days and building a regular programme of talks, events, workshops and debates into their annual calendar of activities to give their teams – and clients – a continual flow of new ideas and perspectives.
Today and all-year-round, our speakers around the world are striving for change and talking about a gender equal world that is diverse, equitable and inclusive; free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination.
Dubai-based speaker Manal Rostom is discussing unconscious bias and unconscious inclusivity in sport using her personal experiences and her reasons for creating the Surviving Hijab community, which now has more than ONE MILLION followers and supporters.
Ivy League educated former CIA Intelligence Officer, Rupal Patel who was often the only woman in hyper-Alpha environments, has moved from war zones to helping corporate leaders and innovation-focused companies to think bigger, lead better, and be bolder using her CIA tradecraft training techniques.
Stockholm-based Lauren Currie OBE is an internationally acclaimed speaker committed to changing confidence for 1 million women by 2023. Her leadership and confidence revolution was born out of a personal frustration with the lack of women speakers and the dominance of all-male panels at conferences.
Nour Shaker Fayad is strongly committed to driving positive change in the workplace and society around LGBTQ+ and Transgender experience. Born in Saudi Arabia, raised in Egypt and now based in the UK, Nour was assigned male at birth, but embraced her true identity in 2014, a brave decision that put her in a direct collision course with the society she lived in.
These are just some of the inspirational speakers who can help your organisation explore today’s topical issues and challenges. Visit our speakers page to see our full roster.
If you are interested in making long-term positive impact on your people and bringing about long-term change within your organisation, get in touch here to find out how we can create a tailored programme of support or email email@example.com
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