This thought provoking keynote demonstrates the power of getting comfortable in discomfort, in order to create impactful change in both the workplace and in life.Whilst the original delivery was undertaken in a bathing suit, this moment is now leveraged as a powerful case study during the keynote.
Who It’s For
Senior leadership teams and high performing professionals seeking to make impactful change in the workplace and in life.
Penny Locaso is a happiness hacker transforming lives and organisations for greater happiness. She works with companies like LuluLemon Athletica, General Assembly, Australia Post and Powercor to create meaningful change that enables people and organisations to thrive in the future of work.
Penny is passionate about the opportunities the Future Of Work will provide and creating disruptive interventions that amplify human potential and positively impact the happiness of society.
Penny uses innovative outcomes based tactics to enable sustainable change. Her leadership and professional development programs teach the practices of resilience, happiness, emotional intelligence and self accountability.
Three years ago Penny turned her life upside down. In a 7 month period, she left a sixteen year career as an executive, relocated a family from Perth back to Melbourne, left an 18 year relationship and started her own purpose driven company BKindred. She has since become an ambassador for finding comfort in discomfort and was this year accoladed globally for her bold move to deliver a keynote in her bathing suit (in front of 100 professional women). Her intent? To demonstrate how vulnerability and discomfort are the foundation of making impactful change.
Penny uses diverse yet relatable work and life case studies combined with over 20 years of leadership and change experience to teach the skills for a happier and more sustainable future.
Her company BKindred along with her Happiness Hacker expertise have been published and quoted in the Huffington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Daily Mail UK, SmartCompany, Conscious Magazine, StartUp Smart, Smarter Magazine, The Age, Womens Agenda, The Sydney Morning Herald & NZ Entrepreneur.
Penny is a digital nomad with a love of immersing herself in new cultures. Her programs are offered globally. For direct bookings please email email@example.com