Shaping Leaders, Teams and Culture, One Story at a Time.
Karen Eber is a TED speaker with over 1.6 million views on Storytelling: How your brain responds to stories – and why they’re crucial for leaders. She is sought after for her storytelling that expands thinking about leadership and culture. Participants describe Karen as feeling like a friend on stage, able to recall her stories and tips long after the sessions.
She makes storytelling accessible to anyone to become memorable and influential in their communications, even with data. She also helps companies explore and transform the story of their culture and leaders.
With 20 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies, Karen has been a Head of Culture and Chief Learning Officer at General Electric and a Head of Leadership Development at Deloitte. She’s developed 90,000 employees in 150 countries and is a four-time American Training and Development winner. Her experience from both sides of the desk helps her connect to the challenges of her audience.
She has delivered over 250 presentations for Fortune 500 business leaders, conference and universities like General Electric, Kraft Heinz, ADP, Facebook, Kate Spade, Purdue, and London Business School.
Karen Eber has inspired many through her articles published in Fast Company, CLO Magazine, Training Industry Magazine and is writing a book on Storytelling expected late 2022.
Whether delivering a keynote, coaching a C-suite team or working to build the leaders and culture of an organization, Karen is known for her storytelling to challenge understanding.
Her signature talks focus on developing leaders, leveraging storytelling to engage and influence, and shaping culture. Each talk is memorable, story-based, and provides practical tips to leverage the same day.
Karen is known for challenging thinking and building new ideas for her audience in keynotes or interactive workshops.
“Clarity to see the path forward, even in thunderstorms” is how her clients describe the experience of working with her.