Keynote Speaking & Workshops

Keynote Speaking & Workshops

Looking to inspire colleagues and leaders to be their best selves at work? Want to foster positive behaviors among your team? Need to boost moral and reduce stress and burnout? Hire me to give the keynote address at your event, speak at a lunch and learn, deliver an interactive workshop or facilitate a panel discussion. My presentation style is energetic and interactive, heartfelt and humorous. My content draws upon my diverse and broad leadership experience as well as advice from the over 100 professionals and leaders I have interviewed for my blogs and podcasts and are rooted in positive psychology best practices as well as diversity and inclusion principles. 

Speaking Topics (Live or Virtual)

Example Speaking Topics

  • Transform Your Organization with Positive Psychology
  • Be a Better Leader with Positive Psychology
  • Say Goodbye to Burnout
  • Transform Your Mindset One Week at a Time
  • Increase Change Agility, Resiliency and Impact with an Entrepreneurial Mindset
  • Make Diversity a Differentiator

Recent Engagements

January 8, 2020
Professional Dimensions Luncheon
New Year, New You…Say Bye to Burnout (Keynote)

January 30, 2020
Night of Ideas, Field Museum in Chicago
Use Technology for Good: Tips to Use Your Phone to Boost Positivity (TedTalk)

February 5, 2020
BizTank Speakers Series (Keynote)

February 21, 2020
Girls on the Run Gala (Emcee) 

March 6, 2020
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Women Leaders Conference
Increase Your Change Agility, Resiliency and Impact at Work with an Entrepreneurial Mindset (Workshop)

April 23, 2020
MRA’s HR Conference
Boost Employee Experience with Employee Storytelling (Presentation)

April 30, 2020
SHRM State Conference, Milwaukee WI
Be a Better Leader with Positive Psychology (Workshop)

May 14, 19, 21 2020
Wellness Council of Wisconsin
Transform Organizational Cultures with Positive Psychology Best Practices (Workshop)

August 6, 2020
CultureCon Madison, WI
Be a Better Leader with Positive Psychology (Workshop)

 

September 13, 2019
TEMPO Milwaukee Emerging Women Leaders Professional Development Conference
Transform Your Mindset One Week at a Time (Keynote)

September 25, 2019
#IamMKE Fest
Being Busy is the New Smoking and Doing Nothing is the New Kale (TedTalk Style Presentation)

October 3, 2019
ManpowerGroup International Supplier Diversity Forum
Transform Your Leadership Mindset with Five “Happy Habits” (Workshop)

October 24, 2019
MiniCultureCon
Level Up Your Cultural Competency: Tips to go from D&I Cheerleader to Change Agent (Ted Talk Style Presentation) 

November 11, 2019
Start Up Week Milwaukee/Hacking HR
Impact of HR Technology on recruiting, on boarding and development (Panel Facilitator)

November 13, 2019
Start Up Week Milwaukee
Wellness for Entrepreneurs: Transform Your Mindset in 5 Minutes Using Your Phone (Workshop)

November 15, 2019
The Greater Milwaukee African American ERG Connection’s Professional Development Day
Sister to Sister: When the Glass Ceiling Feels More Like a Concrete One (Panel Facilitator)

November 30, 2019
Chicago State Chamber of Commerce
Give the Gift of Positivity (Keynote)

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Beth believes a positive, connected and committed organizational culture is critical to business success. That’s why she combined her 25 years of corporate leadership and management consulting experience with her expertise in diversity and inclusion and positive psychology to launch, The Brimful Life, a consulting firm that works with executives to strengthen their leadership skills and transform their leadership teams and organizational cultures to better support the organization’s vision and strategic goals.

In addition, The Brimful Life podcast series, keynote presentations and workshops inspire and equip leaders to put people and culture first.

Beth has lived and worked in London, Tokyo, Johannesburg, Bangkok, Boston and New York City. She has a BA in English Literature from the University of Virginia, a MA in International Relations from Tufts University and an MBA from Columbia University.

Beth lives a brimful life by spending time with her husband and three kids and with running, speed skating and watching cooking competition shows on TV which is ironic because she hates to cook.

Ready to be your best and bring out the best in others? Let’s talk!

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