Laura has spoken across the United States and internationally — at universities, companies, conferences, accelerators, a TEDx stage, and a military base — each time customizing her message to the audience in ways that get them to think differently and do more.
Her most well-received keynotes, and details of how she can personalize her time with your audience in order to achieve your goals:
Contagious Confidence: Mastering Your Leadership Voice
Self-doubt and uncertainty consign great ideas to limbo, hindering your team from exploring the big opportunities that will differentiate your company and disrupt the marketplace. That changes now. Through this interactive experience, Laura catalyzes the confidence of audience members, so that your up-and-coming talent can fully embody that aspirational state of leadership, and leave understanding what they need to do to activate that leader inside of themselves. Together, they explore this mindset, the actions it inspires and how, together, they create a momentum of contagious confidence which can’t be reversed. Audience members leave with a physical manifestation of their own personalized roadmap directing them to find and own the very core of their leadership voice, and with the confidence to make that dream a reality.
The Key to Solving Big Problems: Stop Asking “How Can I Help?”
Called to serve, want to solve the big problems? Each time we hear of a terrible situation, in our homes, our communities, our places of work, or the world at large, we ask ourselves, “How Can I Help?” And, we get in the way of actually helping. In this talk, which first debuted on the TEDxCambridge stage and has been shared thousands of times online, Laura implores audiences to stop asking this question, and to ask a better one, one that brings a fundamental shift in how we go about solving our most vexing of problems. This talk reframes the question, and gets entrepreneurs, staff, donors, volunteers, and investors out of their own way, avoiding the martyrdom, the burnout, and the malaise that sets in over time with entrepreneurs and founders, so that we can finally solve the big problems that plague us all. (Spoiler alert! It also works with our little everyday problems, too!)
One Life, One Shot: One Impact
What is the change you wish to see in the world? What are the personal and professional levers you hold that can make this change happen? And what are you going to do about the ones you lack? Laura takes no prisoners in this motivational talk, where she challenges audience members to change the emphasis from fear of failure to excitement about success. Aimed at the entrepreneurs and the misfits, the idealists and the dreamers, those seeking alignment with who they are and what they do, this talk lights a fire within that catalyzes energy and excitement towards becoming the change agent needed to maximize impact.
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Laura’s speaking fees for keynotes and in-person engagements range from $10,000 to $15,000, depending on the location, duration, and level of customization you need.
Included in Laura’s fee:
50% fee is paid when the date is confirmed and contract is signed; the other half is expected upon completion of the talk. Travel is charged as one flat fee, to be remitted with the initial payment. Flat travel fee can be discussed.
Are there special discounts for nonprofits? Laura gets this question a lot, given that she has spent 25 years in service to nonprofits and donates an enormous amount of her knowledge and network on behalf of organizations she holds dear. The simple answer is this: yes though not often, but it is worth an ask.