Did you know that according to research by the Corporate Leadership Council, motivated employees are 87% less likely to leave their jobs? Additionally, according to the Harvard Business Review, motivated and happy workers are 31% more productive, generate 37% higher sales, and are typically three times as creative. In short, motivated individuals are more beneficial for your company. So how can you inspire them?
Speaker Booking Agency works with some of the top Black women speakers if you are trying to inspire your group or organization. These keynote speakers have succeeded in their industries despite adversity.
FlyGirl is an inspiring speaker, the first African-American female combat pilot in the United States, and the author of Zero to Breakthrough. The unique, bold soul of FlyGirl leaps off the stage, page, and screen and inspires people to take action. FlyGirl has a young, edgy flair. Your audience will be inspired to take action by FlyGirl's highly contagious energy, compelling stories, and fearless essence.
Angela Davis is a political activist, author, academic, and philosopher. Since the 1980s, when the private prison industry first began to take off, Angela has advocated for social justice, focusing in particular on what she refers to as the "prison industrial complex." She is one of the founding members of Critical Resistance, a grassroots movement working nationally to reform the criminal justice system. While pursuing racial, economic, and gender justice, she compels her audience to “hone their critical skills, develop them, and implement them.”
Nikki Giovanni is a poet, author, commentator, activist, and educator. She is still one of the strong voices adorning the political and poetic landscape of America today. Her unique approach exposes the truth with a zeal for the cause of social justice. Her autobiography, Gemini, was a finalist for the National Book Award, and the NAACP Image Awards were given to Love Poems, Blues: For All the Changes, and Quilting the Black-Eyed Pea.
Tamika Mallory is an activist and has become one of the most motivational black women speakers in America. She and her three other co-chairs were recognized in the 2017 TIME 100 for their work organizing the Women's March, in which she was one of the key figures. Mallory is also a supporter of feminism, the Black Lives Matter movement, and gun control. Mallory is the president of her own company, Mallory Consulting, which specializes in strategic planning and event management. She presently serves on the board of Gathering for Justice, an organization that works to end the incarceration of children and to change laws that lead to mass incarceration.
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