Soulaima Gourani

Soulaima Gourani

Founder of Tradeconductor.com – World peace through trade. Soulaima is a motivational speaker and philanthropist with approx. 200 public talks/year around the world. She is an advisor to major companies on customer loyalty, strategic networking and change management and employee motivation and future of business (how to design sustainable products that that provide environmental, social and economic benefits while protecting public health and environment). She has worked as an advisor/and/or speaker for clients e.g. Samsung, DuPont, LEGO, McKinsey, DELL, Microsoft, Stanford University, BMW, Cisco, and many more

In March 2012 Soulaima was selected as one of the 192 management leaders in 2012-2017 by the World Economic Forum. In 2012 Soulaima was also recognized as one of the 20 most business-minded people in the Nordic countries by Nordic Business Forum. In 2014 she was selected to be amongst ’40 under 40′ European Young Leaders by EuropaNova and Friends of Europe, and in 2016 she was appointed to be among the ‘Inspiring fifty’ European list of inspiring role models as well as appointed to be UN Woman Ambassador Advisor. Soulaima often appears on television, radio and has spoken at conferences around the world. In 2016 Soulaima was appointed by TED Talks as a mentor to the speakers.

Today Soulaima, resides in Palo Alto - California, where she continues to be a sought after public speaker, and motivational leader. She advises American leaders, entrepreneurs, companies in areas such as strategy, management and leadership.
Web Sites:
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Interviews with Soulaima Gourani»See allInterviews RSS Feed

Soulaima Gourani joins Jim Blasingame to report on the condition of having five generations in the workplace and how this is impacting how management deals with each group.
Soulaima Gourani joins Jim Blasingame to report on how human work and AI will intersect and interact over the coming decades, and change how we work in the process.
Soulaima Gourani joins Jim Blasingame to report that many around the world view business ownership as a way to make a living rather than owning a business that can take on a growth life of its own.