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Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

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Inspire your team with Dr. Audrey-Flore Ngomsik's captivating keynotes, where she bridges the gap between sustainability and profitability for forward-thinking organizations.

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Looking to inspire and empower your audience? Look no further! Audrey-Flore Ngomsik, renowned climate change strategist and sustainability expert, is the perfect choice for your next event. With a captivating stage presence and a knack for making complex ideas easily understandable, Audrey-Flore leaves a lasting impact on audiences worldwide.

Why you should book Audrey-Flore Ngomsik for your next event

  • Gain invaluable insights and practical tools to drive your organization’s growth while reducing environmental impact.
  • Learn from a trailblazer in fostering diverse and inclusive environments. Audrey’s keynotes empower leaders to leverage the power of diversity, driving innovation, and unlocking the full potential of their teams.
  • Benefit from the vast experience and expertise of Audrey-Flore Ngomsik, a renowned sustainability strategist. Her groundbreaking work in reconciling sustainability and profitability has transformed numerous organizations, paving the way for a greener future.

When it comes to inspiring your organization and driving sustainable growth, Audrey-Flore Ngomsik is the perfect choice. As a highly acclaimed keynote speaker, she is known for her expertise in physical and analytical chemistry, coupled with her passion for climate change and corporate social responsibility. Her unique perspective resonates with audiences at all levels, making her an invaluable addition to your event.

Ignite Transformation: Audrey-Flore Ngomsik excels in igniting transformation within organizations, bridging the gap between sustainability and profitability. Through her captivating keynotes, she delivers actionable insights and practical tools that empower businesses to thrive while reducing their environmental impact. By booking Audrey-Flore Ngomsik as your keynote speaker, you gain access to a wealth of knowledge, enabling your team to take bold steps towards a more sustainable future.

As a motivational speaker, Audrey-Flore Ngomsik inspires audiences to embrace sustainability as a catalyst for positive change. Her engaging stage presence and ability to communicate complex concepts through relatable anecdotes captivate and empower listeners. By booking Audrey-Flore Ngomsik, you provide your team with a transformative experience that leaves them motivated and ready to take action.

Take your event to new heights by securing Audrey-Flore Ngomsik as your keynote speaker. Her expertise and passion will resonate with your audience, leaving a lasting impact. Whether you’re looking to galvanize your team, drive sustainable practices, or create a culture of environmental responsibility, Audrey-Flore Ngomsik’s keynote will provide the guidance and inspiration needed to achieve your goals.

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Rethinking leadership for a sustainable future: How to become a sustainable leader

The most successful groups are not the ones with one overachieving star who has a very high IQ, nor the ones with the highest aggregate IQ, the really successful teams have three characteristics:

  • They show high degrees of social sensitivity to each other, they have high empathy, and inclusion is high
  • They give equal time to each other, no one feels dominated, but no one sits on the passenger seat, they belong
  • They have more diversity; diverse groups do better, are smarter, and that is because of their diverse perspectives on a problem.

Companies do not have ideas, only people do.

To solve the greatest challenges of the century (climate change), to transform themselves, they need people. In the executive offices, they even need leaders. Someone who will help them drive and help performance, by developing deeper relationships with and within their teams; someone who holds people accountable to their commitments; someone whispering into their ears, every day, someone helping to lead the company from the shadows.

In this presentation you will learn:

  • Why sustainable leadership starts with self-leadership
  • What are the characteristics of a sustainable leader
  • How micro-level sustainable leadership can impact macro-level sustainable leadership
  • Why sustainable leaders are often the ones making real change because they think within the box (and not outside the box)
Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

The Return of Investment on social sustainability: And why should social sustainability be part of your business?

Environmental sustainability awareness has grown lately, but social sustainability still seems like a buzzword without any real raison d’être in business success.

So, what exactly is it? And why should social sustainability be part of your business?

In this presentation, you will learn:

  • What is corporate sustainability?
  • What are the 5 pillars of social sustainability?
  • Why Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) are key to boost the performance of your business
  • How DEI aids innovation
Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

Corporate Social Responsibility is here to stay

Corporate Social responsibility, often abbreviated as CSR, aka corporate sustainability, is the obligation of an organisation to make profit following the principles of sustainable development.

This involves:

  • People or Social responsibility (i.e. having a positive impact on the society)
  • Planet or Environmental sustainability (i.e. minimising the impact on the environment)
  • Profit or Economic sustainability (i.e. making profit in an ethical way)

Almost half of all consumers are turning to brands to set an example for improving the world.

A solid CSR strategy ensures that your project stays on track by creating a business case for how your chosen CSR initiatives may fit into your overall plan for business success.

Are you ready to kick-start your CSR strategy?

In this presentation you will learn:

  • What is CSR
  • Why and how a CSR strategy can transform your business for the better
  • How CSR integrates into business strategy
  • Why CSR is not a ‘nice thing to do’ anymore but a must for more profitability
Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

Become an authentic & useful ally for more DEI: How to tap into the diverse talents out there

Now more than ever, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) are the way forward.

But do you know what DEI actually is?

Do you know why it is important for your organisation in general and for your workplace in particular?

Maybe you consider yourself as an ally already. If so, what is an ally for you? What kind of ally are you?

In this presentation you will learn:

  • To recognise your biases
  • Not to be afraid of uncomfortable conversations
  • The importance of belonging
  • That being an ally is a journey
  • That you will not do everything right, but that this is OK
Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

Ignoring the climate crisis is (soon to be considered) bad for business: Why ignoring climate change is becoming a risky business

We are all aware that exceptional businesses and true value can only be developed over time. A CEO’s biggest issue is juggling the need to achieve long-term objectives with the necessity to maintain the organization’s strength in the present.

Companies and industries that are not moving towards zero-carbon emissions will be punished by investors and go bankrupt. Ignoring climate change is becoming a risky business.

It is acknowledged that climate change will have an enormous impact on society and affect a number of different industries. As a result, it will become a growing challenge to business continuity and resilience.

Physical climate disruption, resource depletion, direct harm from extreme weather, and increasing sea levels are some of these hazards. Commodity price volatility, increased capital expenses, financial losses, and significant reputational harm are some of the knock-on impacts that ensue.

It should come as no surprise that these concerns are forcing corporate executives to reconsider their business strategies.

Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

How to enhance a more sustainable cosmetic industry?

Cosmetics haven’t always had the best reputation when it comes to environmental and animal welfare considerations.

However, the times they are a-changing, and over the last fifty years, the industry has developed in leaps and bounds to become more sustainable and eco-conscious.

This presentation gives a short overview of green sustainable innovation and why that will enhance the green beauty sector as they meet the sustainable development goals drawn up by the UN.

With this presentation you can learn:

  • What makes cosmetic products sustainable?
  • The difference between green, bio, natural, sustainable cosmetics
  • Does natural mean safe? Does chemical mean dangerous?
  • What are the new trends in green & more sustainable innovation for cosmetics?
  • Why are nanoparticles so predominant in the industry, and
  • Why are they a driving force for the future of the cosmetic industry
Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

Sustainable food, are we there yet?

A sustainable food system is a type of food system that provides healthy food to people and creates sustainable environmental, economic, and social systems that surround food.

Sustainable food systems start with the development of sustainable agricultural practices, development of more sustainable food distribution systems, creation of sustainable diets and reduction of food waste throughout the system.

Sustainable food systems have been argued to be central to many if not all of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

In this presentation, you will learn how to ensure food sustainability for people, the planet and profit; in particular:

  • The limitation of our food systems
  • Sustainable trade for sustainable food systems
  • Sustainable diets for sustainable food systems
  • Avoiding waste for sustainable food systems
  • Innovation & alternative proteins for more sustainable food systems
Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

How can companies do well by doing good?

Consumers are now calling for more ethical and environmentally friendly corporate practices because they are more aware than ever of how business operations affect the environment and the population.

From the car industry to manufacturers of consumer products, several global giants have answered the call by implementing more environmentally and socially responsible practices.

But how can they do well by doing good?

This talk is for you if:

  • You want to engage your internal and external stakeholders in your quest to implement more sustainable practices
  • You want to know more about the triple bottom line: people, planet, profit and how it applies to your business
  • You want to understand why sustainability and profitability are going hand in hand
  • You want to have a positive perspective on how to tackle climate change as a company.
Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

Can circular economy be an answer to more sustainability: Everybody is talking about Circular Economy. But do you know what is it in details, on how it applies to your business?

A circular economy keeps materials, products, and services in circulation for as long possible. The waste of one industry becomes the raw materials of another one.

In other words, it involves industrial processes and economic activities that are restorative or regenerative by design, enables resources being used in such processes and activities to maintain their highest value for as long as possible, and aims for the elimination of waste through the superior design of materials, products, and systems.

It changes the way in which value is created and preserved, it changes production methods and business models.

In this presentation you will learn:

  • The difference between the linear, the recycling, and the circular economy
  • How it applies to your business
  • How it fits in with the triple bottom line (People, Planet & Profit)
  • How can it make us design a safer and fairer world.
Keynote by speaker Audrey-Flore Ngomsik

The link between CSR, ESG and SDG: Why the "S" in CSR, the "S" in ESG and the "S" in SDG must go hand in hand for successful business practices!

This talk invites you find out how the S of SDG (Sustainable Development Goals), the S of ESG (Environmental Social Governance) and the S of CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility), are interconnected to do well by doing good.

  • From message to meaning, from silos to systems, from cost savings to value creation;
  • SDG, ESG and CSR are key for business success. SDG brings transparent and specific metrics;
  • ESG is intersectional by nature and requires a system bases approach to management;
  • CSR is a strategic lever to drive business growth and performance.
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