Discovering the Inspiring Leadership of Toussaint L'Overture: A Masterclass in Black History
In this captivating Black history masterclass, attendees will be taken on a journey to discover the remarkable leadership skills of Toussaint L’Overture, one of the most celebrated military commanders in North American history.
Join acclaimed Black history speaker, Paul Crooks, as he explores the fascinating story of his great great great grandfather who walked free from a sugar plantation in Jamaica in 1838. Through his own personal journey of discovery, Paul delves into the events that led to the freeing of enslaved people in the Caribbean and their impact on the British and North American governments' timetable for abolishing the slave trade.
Through this powerful presentation, inspires individuals to gain a greater appreciation of the pivotal role of Black leaders in history. Attendees will develop their understanding of strategic decision-making and brinkmanship skills in tantalizing situations, which will serve them well in their personal and professional lives.
By promoting a deep understanding of Black history and the contributions of Black leaders to society, organizations can foster a culture of inclusivity and promote a diverse workforce, where all employees can thrive.
This talk can be customized to align with specific requirements or objectives.