Work/Life Balance Speakers

Too much to do, too little time. Do more with less. These seem to be the mantras of our times. BigSpeak Motivational Speakers Bureau represents the top Work/Life Balance Speakers who are experts at empowering employees to reconnect with their passion and purpose. The greatest gift you can give your workforce is not just the ability to make a good living, but to make a good life. Helping your team carve out a meaningful, satisfying life will pay dividends in replenished energy and enhanced commitment to you and your firm. From stress management and employee engagement, to simply putting the fun back into work, BigSpeak’s corporate Work/Life Balance Speakers help your people restore control over their workload, ensuring bottomline benefits for your organization, including reductions in absenteeism, recruitment costs and staff turnover.

“If you neglect to recharge a battery, it dies. And if you run full speed ahead without stopping for water, you lose momentum to finish the race.” — Oprah Winfrey

See a list of Top Booked Wellness Keynote Speakers.

Aija Mayrock

Bestselling Author "The Survival Guide to Bullying," Entrepreneur, Poet and Activist

Jessica Shortall

Social Entrepreneur, Former Director of Giving at TOMS, Family Leave and LGBT Gender Equality Advocate, Director at Texas Competes

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