I help people
find meaning in their work
by connecting it to
what they truly care about
After an hour with Candice, your audience will:
Feel deeply connected to their work by understanding how it is a manifestation of what they truly care about
Gain insight into how the body reacts to stress and how that is communicated through emotions and behavior
Find their resilience by recognizing how their experiences with adversity have made them stronger
Learn how to transform work from just a paycheck to a thriving and regenerative ecosystem
Download Candice's Press Kit Here:
When the World Falls Apart: Building Capacity for Resilience
Stop Burnout In Its Tracks: Finding Nourishment Through Work
Values-Aligned HR and the Thriving Work Ecosystem
"I appreciate Candice’s professional and warm approach to project management. I enjoyed collaborating with her! She delivered a clear, grounded presentation to our audience of nonprofit employers with meaningful takeaways. She related the material to the pandemic context of today’s work world."
Susie Polnaszek, Director, Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNE) of the Community Foundation for Monterey County
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Booking Your Next Event with Candice
Schedule a call so we can explore your specific needs. I'll ask plenty of questions to understand and identify what would exceed the expectations of your audience.
Move Forward Confidently
Confirm the event details and sign the contracts along with the deposit.
Pull Off a Great Meeting
Sit back, relax and celebrate. Rest in the satisfaction of knowing that your audience had a fantastic experience and was left with tangible takeaways.
Meet Your Speaker
Candice Elliott helps impact-driven leaders grow their team with values-aligned HR best practices. She focuses on increasing employee retention, making work more meaningful, and of course saving $$.
Her background is in HR. She has a Masters in HR from Penn State, the Senior Professional certification in California and has worked in the field for more than 10 years. During the Pandemic, she supported the small business and non-profit community by giving 100s of hours of assistance to help meet the challenges of the changing world of work.
Candice lives and works on the unceded land of Popeloutchom, home to the Awaswas speaking Uypi Ohlone, recently called Santa Cruz, California.