Gain insights and practical tools to strengthen yourself during times of instability and massive disruption. Golbie shares tools for making sense of our outer world chaos (systemic injustice, riots, shootings, pandemic), navigating your inner world experience (fear, grief, confusion), while showing up to work and leading others with integrity. She presents a simple, four quadrant framework with actionable tips to help you navigate these complex times.
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Golbie Kamarei’s mission is to reduce human suffering and promote human flourishing by improving psychosocial work conditions. She is an advisor on HR Strategy and Wellbeing Practices with Kamarei Advisory. She was previously the inaugural Chief People Officer for Australia-based HR tech scale-up Culture Amp.
Prior to Culture Amp, Golbie held various roles in investing and organizational development at BlackRock, a global investment manager with ~$7 trillion in assets. She held key leadership roles in the creation/management of several global human capital initiatives at BlackRock including the Investment Excellence Program, Investment Research Development Program, and Human Capital Innovation Committee. Golbie also served as a Vice Chair for BlackRock’s Women’s Initiative and People & Culture Committee. She founded and led the BlackRock Meditation Program in 2013 which offered training in self-awareness and self-management to nearly 1500 employees in 17 countries.
Golbie has been interviewed and/or had her work mentioned in publications including The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Globe and Mail, Human Resource Executive, and Work. She has guest lectured at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and University of Delaware and delivered keynotes at conferences including TED, Wisdom 2.0, Culture First, Mobius Next Practice Institute, Culture Summit, and the Mindful Leadership Summit.
Her TED talk, “Success at What Cost?” highlights lessons learned from teaching meditation on Wall Street, post-financial crisis. She has led guided meditations/workshops at the U.S. House of Representatives as well as several multinational organizations. In June 2015, Golbie was recognized as a Corporate Culture Champion by Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center in partnership with Delivering Happiness.