Women motivational speakers can inspire audiences and provide a female point of view for various situations.

Women motivational speakers can inspire audiences and provide a female point of view for various situations.

This is especially true in male-dominated industries where women’s voices are missing from the conversation. Diverse speakers are in high demand with associations and corporations.

While companies say they are committed to gender diversity, women remain underrepresented at every level of most corporations. According to McKinsey & Company’s Women in the Workplace 2018 study,

“Women are dramatically outnumbered in senior leadership. Only about 1 in 5 C-suite leaders is a woman, and only 1 in 25 is a woman of color.”  

As a woman of color and seasoned executive, Heather Younger increases your audience’s understanding of their increasingly diverse workforces with humor and enthusiasm. Additionally, she has earned a reputation as “The Employee Whisperer” for her ability to connect and motivate.

Heather draws on her own experiences as an attorney and HR consultant in her talks, making her one of the leading women motivational speakers on employee engagement and organization success. No surprisingly, she has connected with more than 10,000 attendees in small and large venues around the globe.

Heather understands that men and women have different communications styles. From the use of sports metaphors to parenting behavior in the workplace, being able to laugh at different communications styles leads to light-bulb moments for audiences. To see one of the top women motivational speakers in action, watch one of Heather’s presentations.

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Heather can customize her talks for your organization on a variety of topics, including adversity, resilience and women in the workplace issues, or you can also choose from one of topics below.

Frustrated by the lack of engagement in your organization? Constantly battling high employee turnover?

In this enlightening keynote, Heather reveals the underlying actions organizations can take to create a more engaged and loyal workforce despite budget constraints.

Attendees will leave more motivated and energized to get to work in doing what they can do to create more positive experiences for everyone in the workplace.

 

Attendees will learn:

  • The role they individually play in employee turnover and loyalty
  • The main driver for employee loyalty
  • The distinct ways that they can lead themselves more effectively
  • What employees need from them to want to stay engaged in the organization everyday

 

Heather interacts with the audience and has the interact with one another. Attendees will leave changed and empowered to do what they can to transform their own workplaces.

While companies say they are committed to gender diversity, women remain underrepresented at every level of most corporations. According to McKinsey & Company’s Women in the Workplace 2018 study,

“Women are dramatically outnumbered in senior leadership. Only about 1 in 5 C-suite leaders is a woman, and only 1 in 25 is a woman of color.”  

As a woman of color and seasoned executive, Heather Younger increases your audience’s understanding of their increasingly diverse workforces with humor and enthusiasm. She has earned a reputation as “The Employee Whisperer” for her ability to connect and motivate.

Attendees will walk away energized and inspired to:

  • Understand the very important role women play in creating more profitable and engaged organizations
  • Leap over the very real adversity and obstacles in their path
  • Increase and harness their emotional and social intelligence to make more objective decisions
  • Walk with greater confidence in knowing the innate power they hold
  • Be greater catalysts for positive change in their workplaces

They will all leave uplifted and along the way, laugh, cringe and maybe even cry. No matter what, they will be changed.

Most successful people in history had to overcome many barriers to success. From Abraham Lincoln to Walt Disney to Oprah Winfrey. What is the secret ingredient that all of them have? Resilience. Whether they received a ‘No’ 500 times, they experienced extreme levels of abuse, or they were penniless, they still decided to move forward and become their best selves.

In this talk, Heather will share her personal story of adversity and lay out the five steps she takes everyday to overcome her past and unleash her true greatness. You will learn how to do the same in your life and your workplace.

Ever wondered why communication always seems to be the problem in your workplace — and virtually any other workplace?

In this funny and interactive talk, Heather will reveal the key reasons why organizations often run into communication fumbles and why no one seems to be on the same page.

Heather will expect participation in this session and will demonstrate how different communication styles, when paired together, deliver different results and conclusions.

Heather will have the audience interacting and will create tons of “aha” moments as it relates to the power each of us has to curate meaningful communications in our workplaces.

Heather's audiences have fantastic things to say about her women motivational speaker presentations.

With the growing conversation of culture and how that affects retention, Heather not only discusses the negative effects of bad culture and employee experience but also helps equip you with methods and strategies to make an impact as a leader and drive a better workplace culture! This session was one of my favorites at the Tennessee SHRM Conference this year in Chattanooga!
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Hal Miller
HR & Administration Manager
I attended a recent HR conference where Heather was the closing keynote speaker. Heather had the audience hooked on her well thought-out stories demonstrating that employee experience IS about emotions. Not only did Heather’s captivating speech have the audience engaged and involved, it also drove home the message that “We as leaders choose which emotions we invoke in those that we lead”.
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Katrina Chesney
Conference Attendee
Heather's talk to our HR conference was practical and down-to-earth. Her topic was well-received and delivered with easy-going enthusiasm and a sprinkle of humor. Practical and actionable -- you can take it to work on Monday and see results.
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John-Paul Morgante
Conference Organizer
Working with Heather was an outstanding experience. She gave the audience a very clear, concise, and easy to understand lecture about employee´s loyalty. She has a dynamic approach that easily engages the audience. Her energy and great ideas are inspirational!
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Ana de Magalhães
Editor in Chief, Harvard Business Review, Brasil

When you are looking for women motivational speakers for your next event,
Heather Younger is a great choice.

Heather R. Younger
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Get in touch with Heather.

(720) 295-1194

heather@customerfanatix.com