Holly Dowling, speaker, corporate facilitator and consultant, is brought into companies like Microsoft, Facebook, IBM and Wells Fargo to stand before their team and literally light them up. She does it well, which is why she’s invited by companies all over the world. Her unique approach has led companies to discover new opportunities for success and discover untapped potential and paths to leadership. Holly’s passion and enthusiasm for life was built from her own challenges in life that enabled her to see not only the potential in herself, but in others.
It was my pleasure to join the ranks of Martha Raddatz, Amy Cuddy, Sallie Krawcheck, Jacki Zehner, Joan Lunden, & Supermodel EMME when I made a guest appearance on “Women to Watch” with Susan Rocco yesterday.
Why do we stay stuck in things that make us miserable? Whether it’s a job, a relationship or a state of mind, we often feel more comfortable complaining than quitting. We’ve all been this woman, or maybe you’ve been friends with the woman who, when asked “How’s work?” replies with a low groan then, in a justifying tone explains, “I’ve already invested so much time in it, and the pay is decent…” and yada yada yada. Ask yourself these two questions: Does it make you happy? If not, then what does?
Holly Dowling truly encompasses the mantra “Live life with a passion”. She is renowned for her dynamic and unique approach in leading both individuals and companies to their highest levels of performance and discovering new opportunities for success.
I’m so excited to introduce you to my new friend and kindred spirit, Holly Dowling. Holly’s a global expert on Strengths-based leadership, and her gift is helping people rediscover what really matters in their lives and embrace a better version of themselves. On this week’s episode of Glambition Radio, Holly shares stories about the personal challenges that led to her own reinvention, and explains why remembering the simple things in life and giving yourself permission to change are the secrets to fulfillment and great leadership.