How to Improve Corporate Culture: The Best Workplace Culture Speakers to Hire for 2024
As the workplace continues to develop and evolve, workplace culture is a hot topic in the corporate world. With different generations requiring diverse needs and wants, it can be hard to navigate what a positive workplace culture looks like in 2024. A great way to navigate what makes a positive workplace culture is by booking an expert workplace culture speaker, such as the ones included in this post.
In a world where 46% of job seekers consider company culture an important factor and 94% of entrepreneurs say a healthy work culture is vital for success, it is so important to pay attention to how to create a positive workplace culture.
What is Workplace Culture?
Workplace culture is defined as the character and personality of your organisation and is formed by:
Leadership and management
Policies, philosophies, traditions and beliefs
Missions, visions and values
Behaviours and attitudes
Interactions and communication
Why is it Important to Have a Positive Workplace Culture?
It is highly important to foster a positive workplace culture, as it can ultimately impact the success and longevity of your business.
High employee turnover and low employee engagement
How Can I Create a Positive Workplace Culture?
There are many ways to achieve a positive workplace culture, including
Establishing clear ethos and values and creating clear goals and rewards
Creating an inclusive working environment
Encouraging collaboration and communication
Respecting beliefs and traditions
Workplace Culture Speakers to Book
A great way to create a positive workplace culture is by booking an expert. Take a look at our list of the top trending workplace culture speakers to book for conferences in 2024.
Senior Vice President & Head of Equity and Inclusion for WarnerMedia
Asif Sadiq is renowned for his expertise on diversity and inclusion, currently working as the Senior Vice President and Head of Equity and Inclusion for WarnerMedia. Asif has also worked as the Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Social Impact for Adidas, now recognised as an expert in creating an inclusive working environment where every employee can thrive nothrive how they identify. Creating a strong sense of belonging, Asif engages audiences on how they can foster an inclusive workplace culture.
Chief Equity Officer for Dentsu
Pauline Miller has also led a successful career in diversity and inclusion, now working as the Chief Equity Officer for Dentsu. An experienced senior leader renowned for building high performing and inclusive cultures, Pauline was also the Head of Culture, Talent Development, Diversity and Inclusion for Lloyd’s of London. When booked as a workplace culture speaker, Pauline encourages diverse talent and inclusive communication, in turn creating a positive workplace culture.
Former People, IT and Loss Prevention Director for Asda
With over three decades of corporate experience in change management, David Smith forged his success as the former People, IT and Loss Prevention Director at Asda. Also, the Chairman of the Board of the Institute for Employment Studies and the author of Culture Trumps Strategy, David knows first-hand what it takes to create a positive workplace culture. When booked as a workplace culture speaker, David explores the impact of negative workplace culture and how positive workplace culture can ensure loss prevention.
Happiness and Change Consultant, Author of Love It Or Leave It - How To Be Happy At Work
Renowned happiness and change consultant, Samantha Clarke is an expert in the happiness aspect of workplace culture. Empowering corporate clients to create a culture that supports mental health, work-life balance, happiness and confidence, Samantha previously delivered the TEDx talk Are You Ready to Break Up with Work? on her expertise. Also, the author of Love It or Leave It – How to Be Happy at Work, book Samantha as a workplace culture speaker to inform you on how to create a workplace full of support and happiness.
Co-Founder of We Do Things Differently
Jamil Qureshi is the Co-Founder of We Do Things Differently, a company dedicated to creating meaningful cultural change in workplaces. Having worked as the first-ever psychologist for the European Ryder Cup Team, Jamil understands the want and needs of teams and respects their values, missions, and beliefs. Such factors are crucial in workplace culture, and when booked as a speaker, Jamil ensures audiences are equipped to create a positive corporate culture.
Founder of Diversify Work, Director of Creative Diversity for the BBC & Diversity Author
Director of Creative Diversity for the BBC, June Sarpong is also famed as the Founder of Diversify Work and author of Diversify: Six Degrees of Integration. A passionate advocate for diversity, inclusion and anti-discrimination, June gives a voice to underrepresented communities. Also addressing issues such as the gender pay gap and inequalities faced by minority groups, book June as a workplace culture speaker to encourage a culture that empowers diverse talent.
Founder & CEO of Chanzo, Former Group HR Director of Marks & Spencer
A dedicated HR professional, Jean Tomlin is famed for her former role as the Director of HR, Workforce and Accreditation for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Having also been the Group HR Director of Marks & Spencer, June is an expert on all things retention, diversity, inclusion, and workforce engagement. Believing that every day people come to work to do something special, June delivers speeches on workplace culture to ensure that people have an environment in which they make a difference.
First Female Fast Jet Pilot & Director of Global Transformative Leadership for PWC
Jo Salter is famed for her history in the Royal Air Force, having made headlines as the first female fast jet pilot of the Panavia Tornado. Also, a Flight Lieutenant of the 617 Squadron, Jo knows first-hand what it takes to perform under pressure. Now the Director of Global Transformative Leadership for PWC, Jo has also been the Director Chief of Staff and has an in-depth understanding of people management. When booked as a workplace culture speaker, Jo shares with audiences the importance of a positive workplace culture regarding employee engagement, retention, and productivity.
Former Director of Learning & Development for Tesla
Spending the duration of her career in senior roles, Beth Davies is a leading authority on employee development. Famed for her former role as the Director of Learning and Development for Tesla and Founder of HR Reimagined, Beth is an expert on creating an environment that facilitates employee development and learning. Also the host of the Career Curves podcast, Beth has worked on creating cohesive teams for Apple and onboarding new training processes at Tesla. Book Beth Davies as a workplace culture speaker, to create a culture that encourages employees to learn.
Director of The Future of Work Academy & TomorrowToday
Graeme Codrington is the Director of The Future of Work Academy and TomorrowToday, renowned as a leading expert on the future of work. Researching into disruptive change at work, Graeme is passionate about equipping businesses with future-fit policies. A five-time best-selling author, including the title Leading in a Changing World, Graeme is booked as a workplace culture speaker to help create a culture that evolves with the changing workplace and future generations.
Chief People Officer of OpenExchange, Former Employee Wellness Representative for ESPN & Senior HR Manager of the US East Region for Microsoft
Chief People Officer of OpenExchange, Kim Blue is a talented HR professional who has formerly worked with the likes of ESPN and Microsoft. Formerly an Employee Wellness Representative for ESPN, Senior HR Manager of the US East Region for Microsoft and Global Head of People Experience Partners for Zoom, Kim truly knows the importance of people management. Named as one of the Top 10 Diverse Leaders, Kim is passionate about creating a more inclusive working world for all. When booked as a workplace culture speaker, Kim provides actionable takeaways on how to create an inclusive workplace culture that prioritises employee wellness.
Founder & MD of Equality Forward, Former Director of Inclusion for Netflix & Former Head of Integrated Strategy for Gender Innovation for UN Women
Recognised as a LinkedIn Top Voice for Equality and author of The Fix, Michelle King is famed as the Founder and Managing Director of Equality Forward. A global expert on culture and equality at work, Michelle has made it her mission to make workplaces inclusive for all. She formerly worked as the Director of Inclusion for Netflix and Senior Advisor of the Girl Up UN Foundation campaign, accelerating achieving gender equality and spreading female empowerment. When booked as a workplace culture speaker, Michelle highlights the importance of creating a positive and inclusive working environment that fosters gender equality and empowerment.
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