Session: Reinventing Company Culture
A revolution is taking place in the workplace. Every organization is being invited, in fact, compelled to transform. The increasingly pervasive call for more diverse, inclusive, adaptive, and collaborative company cultures is finally being heard. In order to answer this call, companies and leaders will need to embrace new mindsets, motivations, models, and methods to move their organizations forward. In this transformational talk, cultural strategy expert, Ozioma Egwuonwu will present a powerful framework and offer transformative insights that will help ignite a fresh perspective and approach to company culture and leadership.
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Bio: Ozioma Egwuonwu
Ozioma Egwuonwu is an internationally celebrated speaker, strategist, scholar, and expert in Transformational Strategy and systems change. Ozioma is the Chief Strategic Transformation Officer of BurnBright International, a transformational training, coaching and consulting company specializing in the development and activation of human potential. Ozioma is also the founder of World Dream Day, the first-ever global empowerment day dedicated to activating ideas, goals, and dreams. With an estimated reach in 2020 of 74 million, World Dream Day is considered one of the most successful created holidays in recent history. Ozioma has spoken at the United Nations, TEDx, SXSW, Social Media Week, ADWEEK, and SAP’s Web Summit stage, as well as at top educational institutions such as Oxford University and Columbia University, where she was a member of their Professional Studies faculty. As a strategic advisor, Ozioma consults on complex strategic problems and transformational initiatives for a diverse array of clients, including government’s, Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, small business owners, growth and early-stage startups, and personal and leadership development clients seeking to achieve breakthrough results.