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Holland Haiis  

Human Connection Catalyst, Workplace Strategist, Speaker & Author

Holland Haiis is one of the country’s leading experts on digital detox, burnout prevention and conscious leadership. She was named one of 100 Global Thought Leaders along with Suze Orman, Deepak Chopra, and Brendon Burchard.

With a background in behavioral psychology, theater, and business she helps individuals and organization to improve communication, employee engagement, productivity, and burnout prevention in the workplace. This unique perspective allows clients to experience an impact to their revenue, relationship ROI, and overall resiliency.

Before becoming an entrepreneur, she was an actress who transitioned into HR at one of New York City’s largest law firms. Haiis believes that teams are ensembles and provided solutions to transform the workplace. Next, she began a consulting agency to transition physicians out of hospitals and into private practice. Developing business leaders and their teams while creating strategies to reduce turn-over, decrease expensive errors and improve client relationship ROI.

Haiis’ talks are insightful, engaging and share science-based tools and techniques. Some of her past clients have included: Pfizer, Mashable, Guardian, Smile Train, S&P Global, National Association of Women in Construction, Women in Pension Network, Harvard in Tech, CohnReznick and SHRM.

Haiis is often seen on CNN, ABC, FOX News, CBS, CNBC, and in; CNBC, Fast Company, Inc., Thrive Global, The Ladders, and Cosmopolitan. She is also the founder of Stand Up To Lead; an organization that supports and empowers women.

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Burn Out or Burn Bright

“Workplace burnout and decreased productivity costs employers nearly $190 billion annually.” Harvard Business Review Learn how to manage stress, anxiety and overwhelm as you develop a plan of resilience with science-backed strategies. These solutions will help you conquer distractions, build boundaries, reduce brain fog and decision fatigue, as you prevent burnout and better manage your time.

The Neuroscience of Unplugging: The Myth of Work/Life Balance

“In 2019 72% of workers believed digital tools were making their teams unfocused, inefficient and unhappy.” Workplace Productivity Report Burnout impacts employee retention, engagement, communication and the organization as a whole. Learn the neuroscience of burnout prevention and how to successfully set the day for greater productivity, instantaneously boost creativity and reset your brain for clarity.

The 3 C’s of Connection: Clarity, Communication and Collaboration

“Employees and managers feel communication is one of the major concerns in the workplace.” HR Technologist It’s proven that clear communication drives better innovation, improves collaboration and increases team engagement. Learn to create better rapport with colleagues and clients, increase your circle of influence and be more persuasive with pitches, presentations and conversations.

Transformational Leadership: Your Power to Create Change

To lead others, you must first lead yourself. Resilience is one of the most effective ways to navigate crisis and change. Transitioning a team, conversing with clients and leveling up within your industry require leadership to transform, transfix and transport others toward change. Increase your leadership presence and captivate your clients by learning the key elements to develop workplace relationships.

Three Is All You Need: Be Seen, Be Heard, Be Valuable

A business relationship is more than a transaction, it’s a valuable connection. Turn leads into raving fans and colleagues into creative partnerships as you master rapport, increase influence and optimize opportunities. Learn the 3 science-backed strategies that every human being needs and why this will increase your revenue, relationships and resiliency.

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