Brett Hoogeveen

Speaker, Entrepreneur, Motivator

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Brett Hoogeveen is the co-founder of BetterCulture and Mindset LLC, two prominent leadership development and consulting businesses with clients spanning from entrepreneurial startups to Fortune 500 companies.

With over 15 years in leadership consulting, Brett has coached dozens of individual executives, consulted with hundreds organizations, and trained thousands of managers and leaders.

Brett graduated with honors from University of Kansas with a degree in civil engineering. Following a fateful early career change, Brett earned the opportunity to serve at the executive level at the nationally renowned healthcare company QLI, the only organization ever in its metropolitan area to be voted the “#1 Best Place to Work” - FIVE consecutive times!

An international speaker and member of the National Speakers Association, Brett focuses on providing practical and actionable advice on leadership and culture. In addition, Brett and his team have created a first-of-its kind certification and operating system for individuals and companies who are committed to benchmarking and consistently improving company culture.

In recent years, Brett has built upon lessons learned from working with world-class leaders and organizations to help audiences learn the secrets of becoming more personally happy and successful.

Here is a recent full-length speaking sample for Brett.  

Keynote Topics
  • leadership
  • company culture
  • human decision making
Keynote Titles
  • Turn the Culture Up!
  • The 20 Tenets of Culture
  • Why Smart People Make Stupid Decisions
  • Culture: Why the Gap? 
 

Testimonial

“Brett always provides great insight on relevant content. He is awesome to work with and we always learn so much! Our clients are constantly raving about him, and I will collaborate again and again with him!” 

- Sarah Kreber, Growth Marketing Associate -- The Olson Group

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Turn the Culture Up!

Prairie Family Business Association

Stupid Things Leaders Do

SHRM

Why Smart People Make Stupid Decisions

DISRUPT: Omaha

Culture: Why are we Making this so Hard?

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