Speaker, Author, Consultant

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 AND YOUR BUSINESS TO WHAT MATTERS MOST…

people, time and opportunities. Because, every connection counts.

As an author Holland made global headlines with: Consciously Connecting: A Simple Process to Reconnect in a Disconnected World, and was quickly acknowledged for her ground-breaking ideas. In 2016 Hay House recognized Holland as one of 100 Global Thought Leaders along with Deepak Chopra, Suze Ormon, and Gabby Bernstein.

For over three decades Holland has created programs to promote leadership and cultural change with executives and in the C-Suite. By confronting challenges in the workplace this creates opportunities for measurable results, and the ability to build the next generation of leaders.

Holland has a background in behavioral psychology, theater and business, and provides powerful human relationship solutions to corporations, organizations and individuals. Creating empowered leaders, motivated teams, improved communication and an increase in innovation.

As a keynote speaker Holland presents at conferences and workshops around the world. She speaks on the neuroscience of how our brains have changed and what is needed to connect deeper into our creativity, productivity and most importantly, our humanity.

Holland has been hailed as the Digital Detox and Connectivity Expert by CNN International, CBS, NBC, FOX, Randi Zuckerberg, and many more.

Her mission is to help you with the best skills for both personal and professional development. Assisting in the growth of learning to successfully navigate your greatest asset: relationships and people.

Holland’s mission is to help you lead with the power of connection.

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