Shelley Brown, Leader, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Author

Shelley worked many years in an Executive role in a global organization before starting her own company in 2007.  She has grown that organization during the last 12 years into a national consulting firm, while maintaining a focus on philanthropy and social responsibility.  Shelley has been recognized with the prestigious national Human Resources Professional Association Fellow Award from the HRPA and she has also been named as one of Canada’s Distinctive Women for the last 3 years, based on her entrepreneurial success.  She is currently finishing her book entitled “Moving Up Without Sucking Up”

Shelley shares her insights and experiences as a highly sought-after speaker at conferences, professional associations and corporate events across Canada.  She is a subject matter expert for the “WORKING” section of the Montreal Gazette, has appeared numerous times on Global News, has been a key note speaker at the Distinctive Women National Conference, the Pharmaceutical Marketing Club of Quebec, the Human Resources Professional Association National Conference, the Women-Life-Empowerment Conference and many more.  Her topics include:

  • Skills Needed in 2020 and beyond
  • How to be a Great Leader
  • Entrepreneurial Mindset for Women
  • Philanthropy in the Workplace
  • Flexing your Style for Success
  • Emotional Intelligence and Leadership
  • Advantages of the Different Generations
  • Manager-Coach-Mentor
  • Increasing Employee Engagement
  • Generating Trust in the Workplace
  • Becoming a High Potential without Sacrificing your Personal Values

Shelley graduated from York University in Toronto with a B.A. in Psychology and completed the Advanced HR Management Program from the Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto) as well as the Wharton Business Leadership Program at the Wharton School of Business in Pennsylvania.  She is also a professional coach with the Coaches Training Institute and achieved her Certified Human Resources Executive designation with the HR Professional Association of Canada.

Listen her on the “Creative Disruption” podcast