Keynote Speaker, Author, Team Builder, Coach

IN THE AGE OF TECHNOLOGY WE HAVE BECOME DISCONNECTED.

THE TIME TO RECONNECT TO OURSELVES AND EACH OTHER IS NOW.

 

OUR CONNECTION TO TECHNOLOGY HAS BECOME OUR NEW ADDICTION.

IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT WE FIND OUR WAY BACK.

 

WHEN YOU LEARN TO DISCONNECT, THE REAL CONNECTION CAN BEGIN.

RECONNECTING YOU TO WHAT MATTERS MOST…

people, time and opportunities. That’s what Holland will do.

Dubbed the digital detox expert by CNN International, CBS, NBC, FOX and more, Holland has been working with corporations, families and individuals on how to find the perfect technological balance.

Holland is not anti-technology, however she has witnessed the breakdown in business and relationships due to an over abundance of technology and the inability to unplug. She understands how our brains and our lives are changing, and what can be done to immediately increase productivity, creativity, and most importantly, humanity.

With a background in Business, Psychology and Theater Holland coaches on leadership, communication and the importance of human connection. She has worked with many organizations, corporations and individuals to find the balance in their professional and personal lives.

The mission is to help your organization with the best business skills for professional development. Assisting in the growth of your leaders, increasing innovation, learning to successfully navigate landmines and having some fun too.

As a keynote speaker, team builder and the author of the well-received book: Consciously Connecting: A Simple Process to Reconnect in a Disconnected World, Holland motivates and enlightens others as they develop their leadership skills, find their personal power and embrace greatness.

Holland incorporates the principles from Consciously Connecting into her speaking engagements and workshops. Hay House named Holland one of 100 Global Thought Leaders for 2016 and she spoke at their World Summit. She is also a contributor for Huffington Post.

Change is about having intent and acting on it.
That’s it.
– Holland Haiis