Most of us have sat through Keynotes focused largely on the speaker, their accomplishments, and their business. At MindSet, we focus on attendees. Our goal is to engage the audience and provide them with information and insights that can propel them to greater success at work and in life.
We list a number of our favorite keynotes below, but with over 225 MindSets across 14 domains of content, we are able to tailor our keynotes for each audience and can address a wide range of topics related to leadership, culture, and building a dominantly successful business.
Dr. Kim Hoogeveen is the Founder of MindSet and an expert in leadership training and building culture. He has a unique background, including CEO, psychologist, and labor mediator. Prior to creating MindSet, he founded and grew a company into a national center of excellence, as well as 5-time #1 Best Place to Work in its region. If you want a dynamic business keynote about leadership and culture, look no further.
Dr. Hoogeveen’s refreshingly practical approach to leadership has made him a highly requested speaker. While many leadership presentations sound inspirational yet lack real world substance, Dr. H gives tangible advice that you can actually use to build your culture and grow your business. Attendees leave his keynotes with greater clarity regarding how to better attract, build, motivate, and retain talent.
If you’re looking for a dynamic headliner for your event or conference, consider Dr. Hoogeveen. He has a proven track record of inspiring audiences all over the world.
Why the Gap: The Culture you Want vs What you Have
This keynote highlights the difference between the culture an organization has and the culture they wish to have. Dr. Hoogeveen explains why this gap so often exists, how this gap inhibits an organization’s success, and how it can be closed. Dr. Hoogeveen first gave this keynote at a TedX Omaha event and was later invited to present at an exclusive global leadership retreat in Rome.
Brett Hoogeveen is Co-Owner of MindSet LLC, where he works with a regional client base as coach, consultant, trainer, and speaker. In his work with MindSet, Brett helps organizations and leaders attract, build, motivate, and retain great employees – showing that better culture = better business!
Prior to his time at MindSet, Brett was trained as an engineer and then worked for a decade in healthcare. Brett served on the executive leadership team at the nationally known specialized rehabilitation and care center (and perennial #1 Best Place to Work) QLI, where he oversaw national business development, insurance contracting, state and federal government relations, marketing, and media and public relations.
Culture : Why are we Making this so Hard?
Would anyone dispute that having a positive, energetic, prideful organizational culture is valuable? Does anyone dispute that culture is largely built (or destroyed) by leadership? Then let’s take a look at what some organizations are getting so wrong…and what others are getting so right!
Brett first gave this keynote at the Disrupt HR conference in Omaha.
Blake Hoogeveen is a Co-Owner of MindSet. He didn’t take the traditional path to public speaking – he holds degrees in Actuarial Science and Finance from Drake University, and he started his professional career as an actuary at a Fortune 500 Company. He helped launch a young professionals group inside that company, and helped Omaha build a young professionals ecosystem among over 100 companies, which has helped make Omaha a better place to live, work, and play for the coveted young professional talent base.
Enthusiasm for networking led to an opportunity for Blake to lead the fundraising efforts of one of Omaha’s more respected nonprofits. Blake helped raise millions for the organization and learned a ton from the incredibly accomplished and generous donors.
Blake is passionate about personal and professional growth, and he speaks on a variety of topics including leadership, culture, mentoring, networking, sales, and negotiation tactics. Blake is dynamic presenter who can relate to all types of audiences, from CEOs to front-line leaders to all employees.
Negotiation Tactics: How you can earn $200K with only words
This keynote reveals different Negotiation Tactics that you can use personally and professional to increase your income, reduce your expenses, and live a better life. We cover a couple dozen of negotiation tactics, and it will offer value to someone who is new to the art of negotiation, as well as a seasoned veteran. Blake first gave this address at the Young Professionals Summit, a signature event offered by the Greater Omaha Chamber.