Even with the power of hindsight, human beings still have the propensity to repeat history. We have made incredible strides in technology, gone further than we ever thought possible in science, innovated and engineered mind-blowing feats in space but still, we repeat the same human social errors.
Just one look at the collective human condition and it is evident that we really don’t know much about ourselves, despite our advancements. This suggests that whilst we are constantly looking outwards, the innate power, creative abilities and sheer information that is harnessed within us is totally untapped, unexplained, and underused. We are far more powerful than what we have been conditioned to believe.
Creating a truly diverse workforce in this day and age is paramount. But we struggle to swiftly make that change which is so desperately sought. Perhaps, now is the time to think of a smarter way.
Hidden in Plain Sight, shifts an important paradigm in the ways we see ourselves in the realms of diversity and inclusion. This thought provoking and inspirational keynote examines how the information we currently possess lock us into an unconscious holding pattern which can result in unfortunate situations and faux pas. By taking a closer look at our emotional and cultural intelligence, Naomi demystifies the sticking point of change, interactively shows examples of palpable connection and moves us into a new place of diverse thought and action. With insights into unconscious bias and fascinating thought leadership tools, your audience will get the chance to witness and feel for themselves a new way of connecting, engaging and changing behaviours that no longer serve us.