Speaker Sam Kusi is a motivational and diversity and inclusion speaker assisting organizations in optimizing their company through many different inclusions and forms of diversity. Sam provides actionable takeaways from his keynotes through conversations around how to implement certain practices or enhancing particular methods that may already be in play for company optimization.
Why you should book speaker Sam Kusi:
- A genuine thought provocateur, he fuses the latest research, gripping storytelling, and a refreshing sense of humor to illustrate his audience takeaways.
- His mission is to both inspire, engage, and uplift. His research and passion will stimulate minds, penetrate hearts and set your event alight through his insightful keynotes
- He explores and explains the role of unconscious bias as an invisible barrier and how mitigating this factor can future-proof a diverse workforce.
Speaker Sam Kusi is a motivational keynote speaker presenting impactful thought leadership presentations focusing on topics such as diversity and inclusion – as well as the problem of unconscious bias.
Sam believes the scarcity of diversity, especially in senior executive positions of actual influence, is detrimental to both revenue streams and also to best practice approaches to business. Furthermore, diversity problems at the upper echelon of numerous organizations and companies is out of sync with the actual demands of the globalized consumer market. In other words not just bad for morale but also bad for business. He possesses robust experience across a wide range of industries such as Education Management, Commodities, IP Management, Media Communications, and Real Estate. Navigating in and between these fields has given him real empirical evidence of subliminal common threads pertaining to workforce inclusivity or the lack thereof, as well as its resultant rationale.
Kusi believes that unconscious bias is inextricably linked with culture, including work culture. To what extent is it unknowingly shaping company culture around the world and what can be done about it? As a keynote speaker, Sam Kusi examines how businesses can rid themselves of the over-and undertones of patronage and tokenism often associated with diversity to instead mushroom pioneers of diversity.
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