Debbie’s keynote presentations are geared for entrepreneurs and leaders. She is always working on new material, so get in touch if you’d like to find out more.
How to step up, claim your space at the leadership table, and lead on your terms. The data remains sobering – currently, only 5% of Fortune 500 CEO’s are women; and regardless of the index you’re measuring, women in leadership are severely under-represented. In 2009,...read more
A structured approach to handing over or exiting your business, so that you can move on to new things. In the early phases of growth, we have so much passion, enthusiasm, and energy to drive and scale our new businesses. Over time, some of us reach a point where we...read more
Taking Mindfulness to Work. Over 400 research studies show an endless list of scientifically proven benefits of Mindfulness – increased focus, attention, emotional control, and overall happiness; decreased levels of anxiety and stress. But what is Mindfulness? Why...read more
The secret to great hiring decisions. Also entitled ‘Stop making crappy hiring mistakes’, Debbie distils her 20 years’ experience interviewing thousands of candidates, into this ultimate guide for entrepreneurs and hiring managers. This presentation covers: What’s...read more
Mindfulness is being practiced all over the world. By 2017, approximately 44% of companies in the USA offer Mindfulness training, and more people have commenced some form of meditation practice than ever before in history. Over 300 research studies show an endless...read more
In the age of data overload, we would expect that there would be a more exact science for predictable success when hiring leaders (or hiring anyone!). In this keynote, Debbie examines the latest research and data on hiring trends globally, with a focus on how to stack...read more
'It's just important to be kind as to be clever. Organizations that perform at a high level for a long time don't just think differently from everyone else, they care more than everyone else. In an era of big ideas and disruptive technology, simple acts of connection...read more