Karen Hinds

Keynotes

Empowering Leaders of Distinction

How do you get ready now to take your place as a global leader in an ever-changing diverse world?

With 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring daily and the accelerated pace of change, leadership development initiatives are starting much too late for companies to have competent leadership teams. How do you get ready now to take your place as a global leader in an ever-changing diverse world? Are you comfortable with chaos? Now more than ever, it is critical to understand, think, and act from a global perspective, even if you have never left your city. Organizations need grounded leaders who are adept at operating in multicultural contexts. Are you ready? The audience will learn the 7 principles that are critical for developing tomorrow’s leaders starting right now.

Building the Business Case for an Inclusive Culture

Does your leadership team understand the business case for diversity and inclusion?

Are your leaders still uncomfortable or stuck in old thinking patterns that blind them from the profitability and value creation directly tied to fostering an inclusive workplace? Does your leadership team understand the business case for diversity and inclusion?

For over 20 years, Karen has helped leaders facilitate the awkward and uncomfortable conversations around diversity and inclusion, cutting through the clutter, noise and fear to get to a place of clarity. She breaks down this subject
matter in a thought-provoking productive way that will have you and your team exploring how they can be part of a cultural shift that transforms your organization.

You’ll learn:

  • What inclusion, diversity and equity is
  • Benefits of inclusion and diversity
  • Review industry best practices
  • 3 Strategies to build diversity and inclusion bridge

Power, Presence and Impact for Women

As a woman, how do you develop the grit to lead, the influence to impact change, and the confidence to purse your goals?
The executive retreats and leadership training Karen and her team have facilitated for their corporate clients saw few women with a seat at the table. When they were at the table, their presence often went unnoticed. From her personal wisdom as an author, business leader and
gifted communicator, Karen uses data and proven strat
egies to demonstrate how women can own their power and develop their competitive edge.

You’ll learn to:

  • Drive change and build strategic relationships
  • Embrace a no-guilt approach to priority management
  • Consistently make a positive difference in advancing the strategic priorities and profitability of the organization
  • Claim your voice