Denise Wozniak


    Make your meetings fun, creative and rewarding!

    Hire Denise to provide employers and employees with the tools they need to transform worries and doubts into progress and accomplishments.

    Denise helps audiences in the public and private sectors to discover that no matter what you are facing in life, it is all part of your journey.


      The job was exactly what you were looking for - you wanted to help people/you were good with numbers... you were a tech guru... an industry leader and you would make your mark.  But somewhere along the way, you lost your enthusiasm, there was change and you no longer looked forward to work.

      Sometimes work is just not as engaging as it used to be.  How do you get your drive back?

      Denise's down-to-earth attitude, unforgettable stories and English wit will show you how to avoiding burnout, overcome obstacles and rejuvenate your thinking at home and at work.

      Experienced at speaking to audiences as large as 9,000 people, Denise can connect with leaders, teams and employees.  She encourages problem analyses and practical solutions and ways to accept and expect change.


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      Tel:  778-903-5106      email:

      "I have had the pleasure of hearing Denise Becker speak on several different occasions. She is unfailingly clear, cogent, moving and motivating when she speaks...every time I've heard her -- fully resonant among her audience."

      ~ Ross Harvey, Executive Director, Positive Living Society of BC

      "Denise's humour and upbeat attitude demonstrated that words like "mindfulness" and "planning" can be part of every long-term success strategy."

      ~ Kirk Walker, CEO, Zesti Media

      "Thanks for your presentation at Rotary. I have had several emails telling me how much people appreciated your story. Let me know if you want to come to another meeting anytime."

      ~ Sieglinde Malmberg, Human Resources Consultant, HR In Your Pocket

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