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PASCAL LOSAMBE, PH.D.
Leadership & Diversity Speaker, Co-founder of Synergy Consulting Company
KEYNOTE VIDEOS
KEYNOTE FEE:

$5,001 - $7,500

Keynote fee falls within this range. For exact fee, please contact us.
TRAVELS FROM:

Ohio

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"That was amazing. We need more of him!!! I feel like he made us all feel like we were on the same team. The science he gave us was awesome. It really helps to understand and respect where we've come from and why we're all the way we are. Thanks for finding him."

Virtual Training Participant

"I really appreciated the time with Pascal! I felt like the group exercises and getting us to examine the context/culture as a group was especially helpful and insightful."

Workshop Participant

"I appreciated Dr. Losambe's outstanding facilitation skills in terms of including many voices in the space as well as using the chat to engage all of us. I appreciate his mix between information, short videos, and dialogue. Thank you!"

Workshop Participant

"Pascal was awesome! What an engaging speaker, I really enjoyed this, it was fascinating!"

Keynote Participant
ABOUT PASCAL LOSAMBE

Dr. Pascal Losambe has a Bachelor’s in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from Middlebury College (VT) and a Master’s of Science in Biology from Boston College where he received the Donald J. White award for teaching excellence, a distinguished honor given annually to graduate instructors. Dr. Losambe has earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Purdue University with a focus on cultural competence. Additionally, he serves on regional diversity boards, has led strategic vision initiatives for various institutions and has conducted multiple workshops on cultural competence at national and international conferences. Dr. Losambe’s achievements include the Mosaic Award in 2018, and being invited onto the Purdue University Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Advisory Board and the Independent School Association of the Central States Equity and Justice Committee Board.

PASCAL LOSAMBE PROGRAMS & TOPICS

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) work has gained a lot of attention over the past few decades. Organizational leaders, employees, and practitioners desire to learn how to attract diverse talent and create inclusive environments that will result in positive outcomes for an organization. The core of DEI work is understanding that diversity-the representation of different identity groups in an organization- in itself does not lead to the success of an organization. Rather, fostering a culture and climate of inclusion and belonging that engages and leverages the creativity, strengths, and potential of each employee has tremendous benefits. Constructing an inclusive culture starts with a strong mission and vision that guides the attitudes, norms, behaviors, and practices of individuals and groups of people functioning in the organization. The essence of equity and inclusion is valuing people and empowering them to contribute their ideas. Furthermore, equity and inclusion involves creating systems within an organization that affords individuals from all walks of life, cultures, identities, and backgrounds the opportunity to thrive.

Organizational Culture

An organization's culture is a product of its behaviors, values, norms, policies and practices. It creates an environment through which individuals make sense of their experiences. To create an organizational culture that leverages the strengths of its constituencies, effective systems must be put in place and a shared purpose must be clearly articulated. Additionally, there has to be a strong feedback cycle that allows an organization to grow from their errors and keep excelling in areas they are doing well. Successful organizational cultures have what Daniel Coyle terms chemistry and family, which is cultivated through intentional programming that allows people to connect and form meaningful relationships. Strong organizational cultures not only encourage vertical communication, between leaders and employees, but horizontal communication, colleague to colleague.

Educational Leadership

Leadership involves an individual influencing employees or followers to achieve organizational goals. A good leader is able to articulate a shared purpose and provide followers with the resources to reach their individual as well as organizational goals. Great leadership involves being flexible and having a humility that enables one to keep growing and learning. Exceptional leaders invest in their followers and hold them to a high standard, thus propelling the individual and the organization to greatness.

Request Availability for Pascal Losambe

PASCAL LOSAMBE, PH.D.
Leadership & Diversity Speaker, Co-founder of Synergy Consulting Company
TRAVELS FROM:

Ohio
KEYNOTE FEE:

$5,001 - $7,500

Keynote fee falls within this range. For exact fee, please contact us.
KEYNOTE VIDEOS
"That was amazing. We need more of him!!! I feel like he made us all feel like we were on the same team. The science he gave us was awesome. It really helps to understand and respect where we've come from and why we're all the way we are. Thanks for finding him."
Virtual Training Participant

"I really appreciated the time with Pascal! I felt like the group exercises and getting us to examine the context/culture as a group was especially helpful and insightful."
Workshop Participant

"I appreciated Dr. Losambe's outstanding facilitation skills in terms of including many voices in the space as well as using the chat to engage all of us. I appreciate his mix between information, short videos, and dialogue. Thank you!"
Workshop Participant

"Pascal was awesome! What an engaging speaker, I really enjoyed this, it was fascinating!"
Keynote Participant

ABOUT PASCAL LOSAMBE

Dr. Pascal Losambe has a Bachelor’s in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from Middlebury College (VT) and a Master’s of Science in Biology from Boston College where he received the Donald J. White award for teaching excellence, a distinguished honor given annually to graduate instructors. Dr. Losambe has earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Purdue University with a focus on cultural competence. Additionally, he serves on regional diversity boards, has led strategic vision initiatives for various institutions and has conducted multiple workshops on cultural competence at national and international conferences. Dr. Losambe’s achievements include the Mosaic Award in 2018, and being invited onto the Purdue University Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Advisory Board and the Independent School Association of the Central States Equity and Justice Committee Board.

PASCAL LOSAMBE PROGRAMS & TOPICS
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) work has gained a lot of attention over the past few decades. Organizational leaders, employees, and practitioners desire to learn how to attract diverse talent and create inclusive environments that will result in positive outcomes for an organization. The core of DEI work is understanding that diversity-the representation of different identity groups in an organization- in itself does not lead to the success of an organization. Rather, fostering a culture and climate of inclusion and belonging that engages and leverages the creativity, strengths, and potential of each employee has tremendous benefits. Constructing an inclusive culture starts with a strong mission and vision that guides the attitudes, norms, behaviors, and practices of individuals and groups of people functioning in the organization. The essence of equity and inclusion is valuing people and empowering them to contribute their ideas. Furthermore, equity and inclusion involves creating systems within an organization that affords individuals from all walks of life, cultures, identities, and backgrounds the opportunity to thrive.
Organizational Culture
An organization's culture is a product of its behaviors, values, norms, policies and practices. It creates an environment through which individuals make sense of their experiences. To create an organizational culture that leverages the strengths of its constituencies, effective systems must be put in place and a shared purpose must be clearly articulated. Additionally, there has to be a strong feedback cycle that allows an organization to grow from their errors and keep excelling in areas they are doing well. Successful organizational cultures have what Daniel Coyle terms chemistry and family, which is cultivated through intentional programming that allows people to connect and form meaningful relationships. Strong organizational cultures not only encourage vertical communication, between leaders and employees, but horizontal communication, colleague to colleague.
Educational Leadership
Leadership involves an individual influencing employees or followers to achieve organizational goals. A good leader is able to articulate a shared purpose and provide followers with the resources to reach their individual as well as organizational goals. Great leadership involves being flexible and having a humility that enables one to keep growing and learning. Exceptional leaders invest in their followers and hold them to a high standard, thus propelling the individual and the organization to greatness.

Request Availability for Pascal Losambe