Before the pandemic mental health and mindfulness were trending among new wave executives, with only the elites having access to mindfulness festivals and meditation retreats. However,the pandemic reshaped the way we work. Now, mindfulness and mental health aren’t just buzz words thrown around in the workplace and only accessible to the wealthiest business people. Ensuring you and your team have access to mental health resources and your company culture places an emphasis on mindfulness in the workplace, is essential for talent acquisition and retention. Our Mindfulness and Mental Health Keynote Speakers bring different areas of expertise to their audiences to help build a company culture that builds and supports positive mental health.
From his experience saving lives as an ocean lifeguard to his experience working with business teams on the brink of collapse, Adam Markel knows how to build and harness a mindset of resilience. His keynote speaking draws on his decades of experience crafting and leading resilience training programs for everyone from high level executives to the individual team members.
With the pandemic restructuring our workforce, Markel is here to help you and your team face and embrace change with his keynote Going Back Is Not An Option: The Way Forward In The Face of Change.
Much like Hannah Ubl’s keynote speaking, her consulting company — Good Company Consulting — is focused on bringing humanity back into the world of business. She uses a research-driven approach to help teams create a person-first company culture.
Based on her book, The Future is Human: Creating People-First Work Cultures, Ubl speaks to her audiences about transforming the workplace in the post-pandemic era. She guides teams towards compassionate leadership, strategies for communication tools, and the wants and needs of the next generation of employees.
Pandit Dasa’s experience in mindfulness is incredibly unique. He spent 15 years living as a monk in New York City and viewing modern society and corporate America through a distinct lens.
From this experience, he shares some key takeaways; the most impactful being the need for mindfulness in the workplace. He speaks to leadership groups and organizations as a whole to help them create a more mindful and positive company culture. He also brings stress management tools to teams in need of grounding.
Lakshmi Gopalkrishnan has dedicated her career and keynote speaking to creating better leaders with the power to transform the workplace. Gopalkrishnan draws on her own multicultural story to help organizations understand the importance of inclusivity.
She uses her 25 years in senior management and consulting in F5 tech to coach teams and organizations to lead with courage in uncertain times and inject empathy and inclusivity into their teams.
Shane Feldman is dedicated to inspiring engaging leadership in order to create impactful changes in the workplace. He is the founder of COUNT ME IN, the world-renowned social entrepreneurship incubator and community of 10.2M people across 104 countries. His company uses community leadership and human behavior research in 25 countries to create engagement training programs for business executives.
His keynote speaking focuses on building strong, reliable leadership that attracts and retains top talent and high performers. He’ll also help your teams build a company culture around loyalty and respect that will have a lasting impact on your employees.
Jennifer Keitt’s 30 years of experience in media, from broadcast journalism to education, has made her an expert in communication. Alongside her daughter, Keitt opened the Keitt Institute to share a psychological approach to creating powerful and intuitive leaders.
In her keynote speaking, she addresses how communicating effectively can make you and your team unstoppable. She takes special interest in giving women the confidence they need to succeed in business and transform into impactful leaders.
Jay Shetty went from living as a dedicated monk to being awarded Forbes 30 Under 30 Game-Changer and Influencer in the World of Media. After graduating with a degree in Behavioral Science Shetty moved to India to become a monk. After spending three years working on his own personal growth, as well as philanthropic ventures as a monk, he decided to share his learnings with corporate America.
Shetty speaks to his audiences — from large organizations down to the individual — about conscious communication, self-care as the building block for serving others, finding your purpose within the workplace, and more.
Bring one of our Mindfulness Keynote Speakers and Mental Health Advocates to your next event to build more resilient and impactful teams.
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