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Most Requested Keynotes:
Neuroscience of Belonging
Fostering a sense of belonging among your team members isn't just a nice-to-have—it's a strategic imperative.
Unlock the secrets of the brain's response to belonging and learn how cultivating inclusive environments can enhance well-being, performance, and collaboration in various settings, from workplaces to communities.
Science of Happiness
A powerful message on how re-wire the brain for positivity. Your audience will be inspired to tap into new possibilities at work and in their lives. Brooklyn's keynotes are filled with energy, positive power, and transformational insights. Learn how to improve mindset for increased performance at work!
What happens after the Keynote?
Brooklyn's Keynotes are highly impactful and will leave your audience wanting more. Go beyond the Keynote and learn how to apply the concepts to create culture people want to work in. Brooklyn will teach attendees how to become culture curators. How to apply the concepts back at work
Chief Happiness Officer
My mission is simple: Help people unlock their potential at work. I help employees manifest their potential with confidence. What humans desire most is to be of value. Learn to unlock your potential and express their highest value through work. This mindset allows employees to be facilitators of personal growth and culture curators which lead to increased engagement. They learn to Be Undeniable!
In my work I blend positive psychology, neuroscience, humor, and NLP to achieve extraordinary results. In my corporate career in HR and L&D I've helped create happier workplace with much success. It is possible to help you learn how to be happier, healthier, and more productive at work and in life. Join me in creating a happier world that is more resilient, creative, and capable of achieving greatness together.
"I watched Brooklyn hold the attention of C-Level Executives in the palm of her hand. Brooklyn is one of those amazingly talented, energetic and insightful people that one meets only rarely in one's career"