Karen McCullough, is a nationally known keynote speaker & .virtual presenter who is an expert on change, generational opportunities and workplace trends. Karen is known for consistently delivering a WOW experience and have presented to over 1,000 top businesses and organizations across the US and Canada. All of her programs help organizations adapt and lead change, cut through generational biases to leverage their team’s full potential, enrich their work environment, and ultimately drive better results. For the past 20 years, Karen shared her insights with top organizations such as VMware, Procter & Gamble, US Department of Justice, JPMorgan Chase, Etna, Symantec, McGraw-Hill, National Homebuilders, Shell Oil, Mercedes Benz, The World Bank, American National Insurance, Humana, United Way, American Heart Association and MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Today change is more complex, more frequent and for many, more overwhelming. We all need tools and rituals that will help us not just survive but thrive. In this keynote Karen empowers you with three critical steps that will help you lead and inspire change. She will debunk several myths around how to motivate change and share the missing link to growing a culture of engagement. You will receive the framework to help you and your team successfully embrace change.
Whether your natural instinct is to embrace change or to run from it, this program is for you! You will leave with tools that will help you develop a “growth mindset” accessing new ways of communication, new skills, and making a positive change.
Like great people, great brands are multi-dimensional; they have a soul, personality and behaviors that differentiate them from others. To make a name for yourself, and stand out from the crowd, you must capitalize on your unique perspective, knowledge, and experiences. Personal branding is about making a commitment to defining yourself as a leader. Your personal brand should represent the value you consistently deliver to your organization, team, clients, industry, and your community.
You are meant to do extraordinary things in your career, and your life. It’s time to discover the secrets that set you apart
Engaged employees perform at high levels, create positive interactions with the customer, and are critical to the success of your organization. As companies find it increasingly difficult to compete on price and speed, the human-centric customer brand experience become the differentiator in the marketplace. Your employee experience directly connects to your customer’s experience and investing in engagement is key to delivering better brand experience.
After all, your brand is the core of your company, the heart of your business, the soul of your culture, and the foundation for employee engagement
Best Audience: corporate, associations, sales, everyone who deals with people.
Diverse perspectives have changed the dynamics in the workplace. Leading in a multigenerational workforce requires new skills as well as a growth mindset. Karen McCullough will show you how to lead and succeed in a multigenerational world!
1. Generational Advantage: Leading a Multi-generational Workplace in Times of Uncertainty
2. Change is Here – Tools to Adapt
3. Rebound – Skills in Courage Building for Leaders
4. Re-Thinking Productivity – Managing Your Energy Not Your Time
5. Self-Care for Caregivers
“Karen should absolutely be booked for a speaking event. She is energetic, funny, engaging and very knowledgeable!”
“Our colleagues thoroughly enjoyed her presentation and sense of humor. Her style was exactly what we needed during this difficult time.”
“The customer comments have been pouring in. We held our bi-annual distributor’s meeting with customers representing more than 30 countries in attendance. Karen’s presentation on working in and selling to a multi-generational society was outstanding. Karen really took the time to do her homework and understand our 130 year old industry. She kept the energy level high and interactive. Within days after the event I had co-workers and customers tell me that they had already applied the information they took away from Karen’s presentation. They were able to relate generational differences to both their work and personal lives. Karen was gracious enough to share her PowerPoint presentation so that I could send it out to the many that requested a copy. Good communication is the key to success and Karen helped us understand how to best give and receive communication!”
“Karen was energetic, funny and kept the audience engaged. She has a great presence that makes everyone feel refreshed.”
“Karen Delivered one of the most interactive and engaging virtual programs we’ve seen! From the breakout rooms to her fun quizzes and games, she captured our attention and gave us a truly memorable experience.” Karen’s presentation was a great respite to the doldrums of corona virus lock down and would be a benefit to any organization at any time!!