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Discussion Document for:

Female Entrepreneur Summit

with MaryBeth Hyland


I'm grateful we were able to connect about your intentions for your upcoming 10th Female Entrepreneur Summit. It is abundantly clear that this is a highly-desired and rewarding event in your legacy of supporting female entrepreneurs to reach their potential.

As we discussed, values-driven cultures matter today more than ever. Artificial intelligence is on the rise, and lived human values will be increasingly important as functional tasks are commandeered by nonhuman actors. Social media and technology are exponentially taking over our attention, making the physical and cognitive disconnect a greater barrier to break down.

It is urgent that we reignite the human connection through shared values. Now is our time to come together in our shared humanity by knowing, owning, and living our values in our businesses.

Having delivered this keynote and fireside chat to dozens of women's groups all over the world, I'm confident that the topic of Permission to Be Human will resonate with your attendees.

I am wholeheartedly believe we can make a lasting impact together.

Below are more details on how we might partner with you to make your vision a reality. We look forward to continuing the conversation.

MaryBeth Hyland


Fireside Chat Session

An Insightful Conversation with MaryBeth Hyland


Think of this as a live podcast recording where you get to have your most pressing questions answered when it comes to all things workplace culture, well-being, core values, emotional intelligence and more.

By the end, you and your people can apply these simple yet profound ideas and techniques to your own life and organization.

You can create your own set of questions or choose from our pre-existing guide. This is a vibrant experience that can include live Q&A from your audience throughout.

As the hosting partner, you would serve as the moderator and facilitator of the experience and open it to your community.

We recommend a brief introduction of why this conversation matters to you/your organization, an introduction of MaryBeth, followed by a prepared and/or live Q&A.

Attendees Will:

✅ Get their most pressing questions answered by MaryBeth

✅ Gain practical tips and tools to start their conscious leadership journey to create a thriving culture

✅ Ignite new values-based mindfulness practices to intentionally activate core values

✅ Relate and empathize with the human experience at work in the coming AI age

Book Signing

Get Signed Copies for Your Audience.

Creating a company culture where people matter is an intentional practice. To do this effectively, conscious leaders need a plan. In Permission to Be Human, you'll get a step-by-step guide on how to create a thriving culture by living your company’s core values.

The in-person book signing encourages and supports your audience in feeling seen and heard with 1x1 chats with MaryBeth.

MaryBeth will even give you high level feedback on themes she heard that might further support your organization’s values-driven success.

Book Club

Create Lasting Team Building Beyond the Event.

The impact doesn't stop after the live event! Each attendee will receive a copy of Permission to Be Human so they can build on what they learned and start applying it in practical ways.

With our chapter-by-chapter reflection guide, you will have simple prompts to reduce stress, increase well-being and experience values-driven success.

You get to decide where you dig deeper and apply the wisdom you've gain to ignite a thriving culture!

Your Investment Includes Everything

(Our rates is all-inclusive, including travel so there are no any surprises)



  • 60-minute Fireside Chat

  • Transportation/Travel

  • Audiobooks/ebooks for all attendees

  • Book Club Guide

  • Book signing (optional)

  • Next Step

    MaryBeth is energized by the opportunity to partner with an event that is clearly invested in the present and future of female entrepreneurs. We’re happy to regroup on another call to explore the next steps and customize this experience to have the greatest ROI for your vision.

    With Gratitude,

    James Hyland

    email: [email protected]

    Did you know that companies with strong cultures saw a fourfold increase in revenue growth?

    That’s why MaryBeth has done the work to remove the overwhelm of the human experience and simplify it into tangible processes. You'll leave with inspiration and tools to operationalize your core values and strengthen the culture around you.

    But don’t take our word for it …

    "MaryBeth was the keynote at our HR conference speaking on Permission to Be Human. I was immediately able to apply what I learned to boost efforts to build a learning culture in our workplace. MaryBeth’s honesty and very human approach was reassuring."

    Delores Elias

    Director of Talent Development, Gordon Feinblatt, LLC

    "MaryBeth’s keynote style was engaging and informative; she was vulnerable and honest. And I left with a renewed sense of purpose and actual techniques that I’ve used to bring me back to a place of peace. If you have the opportunity to hire her, I would absolutely encourage you to do so."

    Nancy Delach

    HR Director, CallRevu

    "As an institution that relies heavily on our commitment to core values her talk was an effective way to share that message. In the past, we had mixed feedback from our attendees on speakers, and this year, we had high marks across every level of our organization. I would highly recommend MaryBeth to companies considering her to keynote."

    Randy B. Jacobs

    Director of Operations at University of Maryland School of Dentistry

    About MaryBeth Hyland

    MaryBeth Hyland is a bestselling author, coach and consultant on how to create a thriving life and business. She’s successfully led culture change efforts across nearly every industry.

    As a certified mediator, mindfulness instructor, and values expert she engages audiences and teams all over the world with her authentic style of facilitation, keynote speaking, and empowerment. 

    She’s a published thought leader in The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and New York Times to name a few.

    You can catch her interviews on how to reduce stress at work on ABC, CBS, and NBC.

    Her recent awards include: “Circle of Excellence“, “Innovator of the Year“, “Top 100 Women“, “Civic Engagement Leader“, and “Leading Women“.

    Her personal life’s mission is to remind people of the truth by giving full permission to be human.

    When she’s not on stage, she can be found on horseback in the mountains of Idaho wrangling cattle on her quest to become a cowgirl!

    Learn More