Author. Speaker. Podcaster. Badass.

Helping companies, leaders, and HR departments fix work by creating policies, processes and programs that improve the employee experience.


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Looking for a new keynote speaker with a fresh take on the future of work? With a speaking career that spans over a decade, I’ve keynoted influential conferences around the world, moderated panels, and emceed renowned events. Event planners love working with me. I show up ready and prepared for your audience.

Speaking, coaching, and flipping the script on human resources.

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Work is broken, and it’s time to fix it.

I use innovative HR strategies and creative problem-solving methodologies to help companies and leaders fix work.

Along the way, I’ve discovered that fixing work requires the deeply personal endeavor of looking inward, accepting some of the blame, and fixing ourselves.

Laurie is one of the most prepared people I know. She and I worked on a project a few months back and she asked questions that I hadn’t considered. She thinks differently and takes projects seriously (timelines, deliverables, budget, etc). Come to think of it, I’ve never seen Laurie do anything less than A work. That’s unique in our industry. If you have the opportunity to work with her, do yourself a favor and do so. You won’t regret it.

– HR Tech Founder and CEO

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3 Steps For Finding a Mentor

In a recent episode of Let’s Fix Work, I shared that one of my biggest professional regrets in the world of HR was not having a mentor. As I’ve learned through the many emails I receive and the feedback I get from listeners of my podcast, I am not alone. Many of you don’t have mentors

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Considering Culture within the Corporate Context

The recent episode of Let’s Fix Work was an exciting and different one for me. I welcomed my husband, Ken, to the show! It was wonderful to have a conversation with him about art and culture and to openly discuss that people do not need to agree on everything to get along. When different perspectives on subjects

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