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I inspire business leaders to rethink work by transforming it into a healing place, supporting their people as whole humans.


Looking for a speaker that will help your crowd challenge the status quo of work?  Here are some of my talks that will get the conversation going:


  • Prioritizing Mental Health at Work: Why It Matters for 80% of Americans

  • Build Your Dream Team: Hiring Hacks in the Age of AI

  • How Work Became What It Is: From Serfdom to the Rise of Tech

  • Work-Family Integration: How Businesses Can Foster Thriving Communities

  • Building Fair and Equitable Compensation Systems

I attended your insightful presentation on Stress, Burnout, and Leadership: Strategies for Sustainable Success last summer through the Central California Human Resources Association. I left feeling not only equipped with valuable strategies, but also more confident in my role as an HR practitioner.

Andrea Bozant
Assistant Director of Human Resources, California State University at Monterey Bay


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Learn more about the healing approach to work and entrepreneurship by checking out these podcast interviews.

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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.


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