Denise Brosseau is a well-known keynote speaker and thought leadership consultant who enjoys speaking to and working with CEOs, senior executives, academics and social entrepreneurs who want to scale their impact and influence and become thought leaders in their niche. She has presented to tens of thousands of people worldwide, including for Fortune 500 companies like Roche, Abbott, Microsoft and KPMG and conferences like the Grace Hopper Conference for Women in Computing.
Denise is a lecturer at Stanford Business School where she teaches about reputation management, thought leadership and credibility. She has also guest lectured at Wellesley, Berkeley, Princeton and Stanford's Graduate School of Business and presented for dozens of associations like the Association of California Nurse Leaders, Women in Consulting, CORO and the International Women's Forum.
Her high energy and interactive speaking style combined with her practical, actionable ideas and inspiration make her a crowd favorite. Her credentials, including an MBA from Stanford, and her background as the co-founder of Springboard, which has led to over $7B in funding for women entrepreneurs, give her the credibility to stand before any audience. Her career as a technology executive and a serial entrepreneur and her book, Ready to Be a Thought Leader?, give her a wide variety of content and actionable strategies to speak about. As the founder of a leadership conference, she also understands what it takes to make a great event and she promises a low-maintenance style and a customizable program that fits the needs of your audience. Here's my longer bio.
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Take a look at Denise's programs and contact us if you'd like to book a speaker who doesn't just engage on stage, but enrolls her participants in making positive steps to shift their day-to-day behaviors in ways that make a difference - for themselves, their companies and their communities. Keynotes, breakout, half-day and full-day programs are available. Note: Any topic can be adjusted based on the organizations’ needs and priorities.
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