Contact:

Juliane Corman

juliane@think-human.com

THE EXPERIENCE

If you’re looking to create a thought-provoking experience that inspires new thinking, ignites action and that people won’t be able to stop talking about, look no further.  Meredith doesn’t just share information – she engages your audience with surprising research, interactive leadership exercises, humor and actionable advice.  

AWESOME AUDIENCES INCLUDE


MEREDITH'S SPEECH EXAMPLES

BYE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT, HI HUMAN INTELLIGENCE

From startups to mega-corporations, companies are wasting billions of dollars in the quest for employee engagement. But the only starting point for a fulfilled, optimally productive workplace is getting real about your CEO’s human intelligence. Leaders need basic human skills that aren’t taught in business school (self-awareness, anyone?); without them, engagement efforts are an embarrassingly shiny façade failing to mask underlying issues.

Data shows that employee engagement only succeeds when it stems from a founder/CEO’s personal commitment and is reflected in her or his behavior. This session will address the fallacy of employee engagement and the pioneering path forward.

REMOTE WORKERS ARE PEOPLE, TOO

The remote workforce grew 80% in the last 5 years, and continues to surge. And why not? Companies can cut costs, hire the best talent and boost productivity. Employees can live where they want, cut grueling commutes and enjoy work-life balance. (Also: sweatpants.)

But a team spread across the globe can feel like no team at all. When you’re not rubbing elbows at an office, it’s easy to feel disconnected, disengaged and even distrustful. Meredith Haberfeld will share examples of companies getting remote right, and some that aren’t. She’ll also share a playbook for building a culture of teamwork and creativity regardless of how far apart your team members are.

THE GREATER GOOD

We live in an era transformed by technology, available resources and connectedness. In the face of enormous challenges facing the planet and humanity, companies are popping up addressing previously insurmountable global problems.  What personal gating issue is getting in the way of creating world-changing organizations?  What's needed to pioneer a path forward? And why does this matter?  This interactive workshop gives participants the chance to have meaningful ahas from their own insights and their meaty discussions with one each other.

CREATING A COLLABORATIVE CULTURE

A collaborative culture is one of the hardest things to maintain as a company grows and scales. It is also essential to ensure success over time. Whether you are shaping a culture from scratch or revamping how things get done in your organization, this event will explore how to shake up those silos, disrupt the pecking order, and foster collaboration internally to drive success.  Participants will walk away with tactics for how they can authentically bake collaboration into their culture from the talk, the exercises, and each other.