As organizations grapple with the Great Resignation, declines in engagement, and calls for more inclusive, nondiscriminatory, and safer workplaces, keynote offers a unique perspective on Belongingness as a solution.
Through her multicultural lens, and multidisciplinary “ Me” model, appeals to our individual and collective “third need” for belonging, and highlights the correlation between belonging and engagement. She teaches organizations and leaders how to “” to increase their belongingness quotient (BQ), demystifies diversity and inclusion for novices, ensures cultural relevancy, and rebalances Speak Up. You will leave inspired and enthusiastically asking: “What is my BQ?”
Keynote Topics Include:
The Kampung Spirit at Work:
Through storytelling, history, and the ‘outsider’s lens,’ this keynote offers a unique perspective on diversity, otherness, home, and belonging in today’s workplace. [Crafted for Singapore audiences]
!: Elastic allows us a little more wiggle or breathing room. This talk focuses on how individuals, teams, and organizations can flex or “” to strengthen their cultural framework.
Diversity + Inclusion = Belonging:
This talk demystifies diversity, inclusion, and belonging, and highlights why Belongingness should be etched into the cultural framework of every organization.
Shut Up and Listen
This provocative talk challenges the traditional approach to Speak Up programs and proposes new ways to un-dirty “speak up” and encourage a Listen Up culture.
Mambo is the Managing Director for workplace consultancy, . She’s an employment lawyer, Belonging, Diversity and Inclusion strategist, and thought leader on workplace culture. She helps organizations boost employee engagement by etching Belongingness into their cultural footprint.
Her Belongingness Quotient model adopts a fresh and multi-disciplinary approach to creating a diverse, inclusive, safe and engaged workforce. A captivating speaker, has spoken in over 25 cities around the world to organizations including the World Health Organization, Microsoft, GSK, John Deere, and Transparency International, etc.
A former litigator and workplace investigator, she has advised and trained C-suite executives and their organizations on fair employment practices, diversity and inclusion, and speak-up culture. has held regional, director-level roles in Legal and Compliance at Microsoft and GSK. She’s lived and led teams in North America, Africa, and Asia, and is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities.
I heard Abam speak at the LESA USA 20th Anniversary Gala in Washington, DC. She is an amazing speaker and delivers her message with clarity and poise. She tackles trending societal issues tactfully, especially those relating to women, while providing innovative solutions. Abam is eloquent, skilled at captivating her audience, and has so much personality. I look forward to hearing her speak again!
Ms. Mambo-Doh delivered a resounding talk on the disempowering nature of fear at a recent Emerald Jubilee celebration. Not only did she speak from her heart, she took the pulse of the room and ensured her message connected with the entire audience. She was genuine, articulate, and extremely effective. Her personal and professional experiences made her very relatable, and she even snuck in humor while delivering a serious message. Abam is an amazing speaker!