Brett Hoogeveen

Speaker, Entrepreneur, Motivator

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Brett Hoogeveen is a co-founder of BetterCulture, a technology and training company intently focused on making the world a better place to work. He’s a former engineer, an experienced healthcare executive, a coach, consultant, trainer, speaker, entrepreneur, and a startup investor. 

 

Brett is a dynamic public speaker. He is passionate about helping leaders build their skills and helping companies build better cultures. 

 

Brett holds a degree in civil engineering from the University of Kansas. He has an extensive background in healthcare, having served on the executive leadership team at the nationally known rehabilitation and care center QLI. At QLI, which was recognized 5 consecutive times as the #1 Best Place to Work in Omaha, he oversaw national business development, contracting, state and federal government relations, marketing, media, and public relations.  

 

Brett is a professional member of the National Speakers Association and is driven to share BetterCulture’s mission of making the world a better place to work to audiences around the world. 

 

Brett engages his audience by bringing a warm, relatable, and energetic style. He loves including audience participation, props, and games in his speeches and never fails to provide valuable and actionable takeaways. If you want an entertaining keynote that gives your attendees actionable takeaways to better themselves and their businesses, look no further. 

 

Brett speaks primarily on topics related to leadership, company culture, and human decision making. A few titles of recent presentations include: Turn the Culture Up!. The 20 Tenets of Culture, Why Smart People Make Stupid Decisions, and Culture: Why the Gap? 

 

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

 

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?