Combining an ideal balance of innovative ideas, real-world experience, and evidence-based strategies, Heather delivers inspiring and action-oriented keynotes to drive meaningful change. As a dynamic Leadership and Future of Work speaker and facilitator, Heather Hanson Wickman provides real value for her audience by helping them evolve outdated beliefs and practices from command and control to strategies that drive growth, innovation, and meaning at work.
In her first book, “The Evolved Executive” she drives home the need to bring humanness back to the workplace, not only for the employee experience but the financial success and livelihood of the organization. She offers several actionable and practical strategies that leaders need today to create a 21st Century Growth Culture.
Each keynote is distinctively customized based on the needs of the organization or team to drive the most significant impact. Heather takes the time to understand the audience and designs a relevant experience combining audience data, engaging stories, and practical solutions that inspire you to action, solving your organizational challenges in new and innovative ways.
I wish I had this book 20 years ago when I began my journey as a CEO. I would have been better prepared to understand some seemingly confusing dilemmas about the kind of organization and culture one needs to "deliver the results" while also genuinely fostering a safe, caring workplace.
Heather Hanson Wickman shares her authentic self while providing guidance, tools and resources to “Be open and vulnerable as a leader, communicate frequently and lead intentionally from a space of love”. We leaders have a choice to lead with love over fear and this will put you on that path!
Heather Hanson Wickman has captured the essence of business leaders across the ages and mixed in her own experience and case studies to make a brilliant case for brining love into the workplace. She pulls no punches: there may be snickers and/or eye rolls when the word LOVE is brought into a business context. But there's nothing for it but to power through the resistance. The friction is all about fear, anyway: Yours and your critics'