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Planning for your next conference, business meeting, or team retreat? Struggling to secure a speaker who resonates, empowers, and leaves a lasting impact with a practical approach?
Elevate Your Event With Chelsea C. Williams
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Chelsea C. Williams is more than a speaker; she's a catalyst for change. With over a decade of experience that intersects talent development, workplace culture, and DEI she delivers talks that captivate audiences, spark meaningful conversations, and drive actionable results.
Attendees leave with insights they can put into action immediately.
Talks tailored to your event's theme and audience.
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*Preview Chelsea's Speaking Reel: The power of belonging
As the Founder & CEO of Reimagine Talent Co. she & her team support employers, education institutions, and nonprofits in spearheading multi-generational workforce & talent development solutions that drive employee engagement & retention.
She is a frequent contributor to media outlets like CNBC, Fast Company, Investment News, Insider, and Forbes on managing & leading multi-generational teams and engaging & developing Generation Z.
Chelsea's honors include: receiving the 2021 Forbes Next 1000 Award for small businesses redefining the American dream, being selected as a 2022 Tory Burch Entrepreneurial Fellow, and receiving the 2023 Entrepreneurial Impact Award by J.P Morgan Chase Commercial Bank and Womens President Organization (WPO).
Prior to founding Reimagine Talent, Chelsea spent a decade on Wall Street in Global Human Resources at Lazard and Barclays.
Chelsea is based in Raleigh, North Carolina. In her spare time she enjoys time with her family, travel, scenic walks, podcasts, and serving her local church & community.
For People Managers & Leaders
For Executives & HR Leaders
For People Managers & Leaders
For People Managers & Program Operators
Can you recall a time in your life where you felt you truly belonged?
Belonging creates an environment where people feel welcomed, respected, valued, heard and protected. Further, belonging unlocks human potential and creates teams where direct reports can show up as their authentic selves.
The stats are mind blowing – professionals who experience belonging have greater personal and professional well being than their peers including – a 56% increase in job performance, a 50% reduction in turnover risk, 2X more employee raises, 18X more employee promotions, and a 75% decrease in sick days (Deloitte). This engaging program will empower people managers & leaders to take everyday, practical steps that build workplace belonging.
Did you know today’s workplace may consist of up to five unique generations?
These generations often hold varying views on values, work, and success as shaped by formative experiences. A major pitfall in developing strong multi-generational teams are the common assumptions and generalizations made about each generation.
This engaging program will provide best practices for empowering multi-generational teams to meet the demands of the 21st century workforce, workplace, and marketplace. Participants will leave with an understanding of how to be a more inclusive leader of multi-generational teams.
Recruiting early talent is the key to your company’s success. With the most racially diverse generation in history entering the workforce, GenZ, employers & higher ed institutions must assess relevant methods to develop & retain diverse early talent. Skills, jobs & workplace dynamics have been significantly impacted by a global pandemic, new dynamics of work, and social injustices, and companies must adapt to the “future of work.”
In this presentation, audiences will learn how to build and cultivate the early talent pipeline by viewing effective case studies and solutions—supporting a portfolio of education institutions and non-profits across the United States.
There’s a new generation entering the workforce & taking the world by storm, GenZ. Today GenZ accounts for 40% of global consumers and they are expected to comprise 30% of the workforce by 2030.
So how do program operators & employers intentionally coach GenZ talent for early career, while addressing disparities often impacting historically underserved and underrepresented populations?
This educational and actionable program will highlight: in-demand employability skills*, career development barriers, and equity & inclusion considerations for organizations who desire to build intentional career programs that yield strong employment & economic opportunity.
*Employability Skills aligned with National Association of College & Employers standards and World Economic Forum global skills report.
Thought leadership & visionary perspectives
Merging transformative insights with impactful partnerships, Chelsea transforms spaces where innovative perspectives meet actionable solutions.
Their team captured the essence of my brand and transformed it into words that resonated with my customers. The web copy they crafted not only beautifully showcased my products but also convinced visitors to make a purchase. Thanks to their expertise, my conversion rates have skyrocketed, and I'm thrilled with the results!
Chelsea knows how to approach the complex and critical topics that are necessary for workplace success.
Her session of diversity, equity, and inclusion programming was thoughtful, powerful, and inspiring. Our MBA students responded with gratitude. One wrote, "Her suggestion to look at the intersection of 'what matters' and 'what we can control' has stayed with me and rings true in so many areas of life." Another adds, "Chelsea's warmth made all the difference in what otherwise could have been a challenging session.
For our virtual event, she hosted a webinar on the Building Blocks of Belonging in the Workplace, which was a game-changer for our attendees. The practical steps and strategies she shared were not only eye-opening but also actionable. The feedback from our participants was overwhelmingly positive, with many noting the immediate impact of her shared knowledge.