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Words are powerful: the words we choose to say out loud are even more powerful.

Global Leadership Teams & Executives Rocking the Kashbox with Hannah Kay

TEDx
Stanford University
Georgia Hospital Association
American Cancer Society
iHeart Radio
Allstate

Hannah Kay Herdlinger

POWERFUL, DYNAMIC, SPEAKER

Hannah Kay, President of Kashbox Coaching, has been on a 15-plus-year mission to help individuals unlock their full potential and lead fulfilling careers and lives. She championed leadership at Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In and Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global. Hannah Kay and the Kashbox method offer leaders a unique approach to achieving success and creating positive change.

Empowering Leaders to Thrive.

Hannah Kay understands that we all have a drive to do something good. She’ll leave your audience with the inspiration and tactics you need to change the world in big and small ways.

Rock The Kashbox: Critical Behaviors of Effective Leaders

Audience Takeaways

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What Makes Female Leaders Soar?

The secret weapon for high-achieving women is a powerful combination of a positive attitude and consistent habits that transform knowledge and skills into action and results.

K: Knowledge: The foundation.
A: Attitude: The fuel for action (passion, perseverance).
S: Skills: The tools for execution.
H: Habits: The consistent actions for mastery.

The Kashbox method goes beyond knowledge and skills (K & S). It empowers female leaders by focusing on the critical right side of the equation: Attitude (A) and Habits (H).

The Kashbox Ignites Success:

▶ Positive attitudes inspire teams and drive results.
▶ Consistent habits transform knowledge into action.
▶ The Kashbox fosters a growth mindset to conquer challenges.

The Kashbox helps you cultivate a growth mindset, embrace challenges, and achieve unprecedented success. Unlock your full potential and lead with confidence!

Ready to Rock the Kashbox?

Hannah Kay Herdlinger was extraordinary.

Patricia Barnes-Bales,
VP, IT Leader, Wells Fargo

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Thread Talk: Guide to Identifying Healthy Relationships

Audience Takeaways

#2

Why are healthy relationships important?

I’m glad you asked! Healthy relationships are a vital component of your overall health and well-being. They can decrease stress and lead to a longer life. Relationships should be mutually life-giving- not soul-sucking and toxic. Toxic relationships cause feelings of low self-worth, helplessness, fear, anxiety, depression, and stress. Stress shortens your lifespan.

No relationship is perfect and there are always things that you can work on. However, you should always feel safe in a relationship, feel equal with your partner, and feel respect with each other. While the assumption of healthy relationships is only on dating partners, the same principles apply to relationships with friends, family, spouses, and coworkers.

Who am I, and why should you trust me?

For years, I was living a life in secret while working for some of the most high-profile women in the world. Who knows how long I could have kept up the façade, but in the end it was not a choice to make.

I am a domestic violence survivor. The worst violence I have ever experienced came from the hands of my own husband.

Since leaving my abusive marriage, I have met with thousands of other survivors, visited countless domestic violence shelters, and partnered with organizations including the Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs (Creator of the Power and Control Wheel) to carefully curate Thread Talk: A Guide to Identifying Healthy Relationships.

My hope is to empower domestic violence survivors, and others (like you) to identify the green flags of healthy relationships, as well as to recognize the red flags of unhealthy relationships before those warning signs escalate to violence – which could lead to death.

 

Thread Talk: A Guide to Identifying Healthy Relationships

Thread Talk A Guide to Identifying Healthy Relationships

You should always feel safe in a relationship, feel equal with your partner, and feel respect for each other.

This is why I created the journal. Journal stems from the word journey: I have provided highlights from my life’s journey of domestic abuse, but I realized that it is not yours. Therefore, I have compiled resources, activities, and journaling pages for you to record YOUR journey in hopes that it will help you and others whom you may share it with in the future Happy journaling!

Words are powerful: the words we choose to say out loud are even more powerful. That’s why tell everyone I am a domestic violence survivor – not a victim. Never a victim.

While this guide focuses on dating partners, these principles apply to relationships with friends, family, spouses, and coworkers.

Her conversational tone is approachable [and] openness invites others to be vulnerable.

Grace Isford,
President Women in Business,
Stanford University

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Past Audiences

Allstate
Salesforce
TEDx
iHeart Radio
Wells Fargo
Stanford University
Georgia Hospital Association
Red Classic
American Cancer Society