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THE 3 C’S FOR BELONGING AND SUCCESS

According to McKinsey, 40% of workers are considering changing jobs. It’s never been more challenging to keep or engage employees. Part of the reason is we don’t feel connected at work. More than 60% of American adults report that they feel isolated and lonely, costing the US economy $406 billion per year in lost productivity. Europe follows the trend. The consequences are dire: Mental and physical illness, decreased productivity, increased sick leave, and toxic workplaces. This keynote is designed to inspire leaders to transform the workplace into a community and attractive place to work, and help team members plug into their source of power with the 3 C’s—confidence, contribution, and connection–creating a win-win for all.

POWER GONE WRONG
How Women Can Transform Dysfunctional Leadership – And Get Diversity Right

To build trust in leadership and cultivate a culture of connection, we need more women to step up into leadership—in corporations as well as in politics. However, we don’t need more women who have adopted a masculine leadership style. In this keynote, Unni shares personal stories and explores women’s relationship with anger, other women, and with power—with the goal to elevate the dynamics between women and men in the workplace, increase equity and diversity,
as well as the company bottom line.

BETRAYING THE NOBEL
The Secrets And Corruption Behind The Nobel Peace Prize And What It Can Teach Us About Leadership In A Polarized World

The Nobel Peace Prize is the most prestigious and admired international prize of our time. However, the prize as we know it is corrupt at its core. In this 60-minute keynote, Unni pulls back the curtain and exposes how the Nobel committees has contributed to dysfunctional leadership and devaluing women and minority groups. She also reveals how we can right the ship and restore trust in the Nobel Peace Prize and in leadership globally.

LONELINESS KILLS
Preventing Extremism and Domestic Terror

Using what she learned researching her award-winning book The Mystery of the Lone Wolf Killer, Unni digs deep into what makes someone, who has never committed a crime, become a mass murderer. Loneliness, the fastest growing epidemic in our society, is part of the problem. In this 60-minute keynote, Unni explores ways to prevent someone from falling into the rabbit hole of hateful ideology and how to avoid alienating a family member with complete opposite
views—thus decreasing polarity.

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