Please join us for a special evening with guest speaker Kim Becking! Kim will be discussing how we can give ourselves permission to resign as General Manager of the Universe and dedicate our time to more of what fuels our whole selves. We could not be more excited to have Kim come speak - you won’t want to miss this one! To learn more about Kim and to purchase your ticket read below.
$20 and half will be going to a charity of Kim's choice!
Kim Becking is an engaging, high-energy and impactful keynote speaker who helps organizations, leaders, teams and individuals become more resilient and conquer change. As a communications strategist, she provides practical tools and strategies for leaders to manage change through the art of effective communication. As a breast cancer and life thriver, she provides individuals with tools to overcome and thrive after changes, challenges and adversity in life.
She has owned her own successful strategic communications firm for fifteen years, Momentum Public Strategies, in addition to operating her own Speaking and Training Company. Kim knows a thing or two about change through the many hats she wears: a “recovering” attorney, a “recovering” political consultant, a communications strategist, a successful serial entrepreneur, a breast cancer survivor, a mom who has faced the unexpected challenges of marriage, family and divorce and was given a second chance at love, remarrying a widower with two small children, and adjusting to a fabulous new life in a blended household as Kim Becking – mom of three, party of five. She is truly a life thriver teaching others how to boost their resilience and create momentum in their life and work in the face of changes, challenges and adversity.
In 2002, at the age of 30, while planning her son’s second birthday, Kim was diagnosed with breast cancer. She fought it and with her friends and co-authors, wrote a book, Nordie’s at Noon, about the experience. Kim’s book has received national acclaim and been featured in publications such as People, The New York Times and USA Today. Sixteen years later, she is now cancer free. She has been honored by SELF magazine and Lifetime Television for her tireless commitment to breast cancer awareness and has been featured in dozens of media publications across the country for her expertise on resilience and thriving in the midst of change.
She graduated with honors from Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and received her Juris Doctorate with honors from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law. She is a member of the National Speakers Association, the International Association of Business Communicators and holds a Certificate of Public Participation from the International Association of Public Participation.