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Jeanette Bronée is a global keynote and 2 time TEDx speaker, who focuses on rethinking self-care to access our human potential and fuel performance, leadership, and culture from the inside out. She shows leaders how to create a well-being culture as the foundation for sustainable personal and professional success.


As a mindset coach and certified mindfulness and mind-body health practitioner, she shows her audience how to redefine resilience by using The Self-Care Mindset® to harness change by becoming more aware, adaptable, and agile.


After both her parents died of cancer just one year apart and a doctor told her it was only a matter of when she would get cancer, too, she quit her high-stress job as a burned-out fashion executive and founded Path for Life® in 2004 with the goal of creating awareness around preventing burnout in the work-place and giving people the tools to achieve better work/life quality.


For the past 18 years, she has coached leaders to take better care of themselves, so they can be both healthy and busy, and lead their teams to work better together.


Her focus on cultivating a well-being culture through Care-Driven Leadership® helps companies build a Culture of Care® where people belong and work better together.


Born in Denmark, she holds a master’s degree in business development and marketing and she has been leading teams to growth, through harnessing our human advantage to care and innovate. In the retail industry, she has developed and facilitated training programs to align culture strategy with brand story and her deep passion is for everyone to have the tools to access their inner resources and reconnect with their inner fuel to harness performance without burnout.


She holds certifications as an Integrative Nutrition and Meta-Health® Coach, Felt Sense Focusing Trainer, Certified Mindfulness & Meditation Teacher, and Ericksonian Hypno-Therapist. (Don’t worry she doesn’t do tricks.)


When she is not working to help people and companies change the way they think so they can connect, communicate and collaborate better together, she lives in the Catskill Mountains with her dog Maya. This is where you can find her riding her motorcycle in the summer or skiing in the winter. She is always curious about how we can cultivate more healthy communities, especially at work, so that everyone learns the tools of self-care, grow, thrive, and build a better culture together.


Her new book The Self-Care Mindset®: How We Change And Grow, Harness Well-Being, And Reclaim Work-Life Quality is available for pre-order.


She is an inspirational human performance and wellbeing culture keynote speaker on the topic of why we need to rethink self-care and redefine resilience to adapt to change and harness our humanness so that we can perform at our best, navigate constant change, and grow, without burning out.

Keynote Topic #1

Rethinking self-care at work to navigate change and harness growth.

The world has changed, work has changed, and we have changed, but our relationship with self-care at work has not. And let’s face it, it’s not working.

What if we have self-care all wrong? What if instead of thinking that being human is a problem to fix, we recognize that we are a possibility to harness?

Rethinking self-care at work to protect and harness our most important resource, our humanity, we recognize the inclusive power of wellbeing as the foundation for how we work, access the best of our human skills, and build a stronger work culture, together.

The Self-Care Mindset® gives us the tools to cut through the overwhelm, manage stress, prevent burnout, AND perform at our best. This is how we build work-life quality, so we can thrive and reach our full potential, personally and professionally


In this session, we will discuss and deep-dive into the three aspects of how we THINK, ENGAGE, and ACT with care by learning how to use Power-Pausing to unlock our ability to connect, communicate, and collaborate with CARE.

Rethinking self-care means breaking up the myths of self-care, turning it upside down and inside out to achieve the kind of well-being foundation that cultivates high performance and a culture where people belong, and work better, together.

Keynote Topic #2

What We Care About Grows Us Stronger: Be the leader your team deserves and your company needs.

What if the future of leadership is based on truly understanding what drives us a human-beings as the foundation for creating better results? Where the best leaders ask better questions and lead with care, driven by curiosity, leading towards clarity and cultivating courage.

Leadership is changing and we need to change our communication to change with it.

For leadership to work better it needs to be human-driven, process-driven, and support driven. Supporting people and teams in being at their best by creating a culture of trust, empathy and authenticity.

Leadership is no longer about managing people to produce results; it’s about understanding what drives us as human beings and what we need so that we can produce results.

Let’s stop making people-driven leadership a guessing game and start asking the questions that give people agency because we have the tools to be our best selves.

Care-driven leadership is based on asking better questions, using the care-model: curiosity, acknowledgement, respect, and empathy to cultivate better connection, communication and collaborate by engaging in conversations that build trust, support and activate our human potential.

Leadership from the inside out is how we can harness our human advantage and cultivate both personal and professional success, because we CARE.

Keynote Topic #3

Work Better Together: How a wellbeing culture is the foundation for peak performance, growth & sustainable success.


The world is talking about a wellbeing economy so how do companies function as an eco-system of relationships that foster a Culture of Care® where people connect, belong, and work better?

Self-care is no longer a personal problem, it’s a culture possibility because stress is contagious and so is wellbeing.

The care ripple effect is when we care for ourselves, so that we can care better about others, and collectively we can care better about and for our clients and customers.

A Culture of Care® is focused on rethinking self-care as a a tool for peak-performance, engagement, and achieving results, without running on survival mode headed towards burnout, but rather running on CARE-mode: confidence, agility, resilience, and empowerment.

A care-driven culture is a culture that works better together, because it’s inclusive of our diverse human needs and fosters a work-culture driven by connection, communication, and collaborate. Belonging happens when we care together.

A care-driven culture is a key factor in being on the edge of the competition, innovation, and harnessing change in the future of work.

Imagine A Culture Of Pausing, What Could Change? Cut through the noise, take back your time, and harness change.

What if resilience is not about pushing through and success is not about working harder but instead it’s about pausing on purpose so that we can work better, together?

Keeping up with technology and the speed of work, we have lost the connection with not only each other, but also ourselves. In our modern digitally driven, hybrid work-life, we are losing the balance we used to have (if we had found it) between work and life and the human connection that nourished our work-culture. Now we must focus on cultivating work-life quality, not just so we can survive the speed and future of work, but rather so that we can harness change and rethink resilience, by becoming more aware, adaptable, and agile and reconnecting with what helps us thrive, our human connection.

Power-pausing is a simple tool with a huge impact on our physical, emotional and mental wellbeing as well as our professional success and health of our work culture.

Taking a pause to care is how we can THINK, ENGAGE & ACT with more intent and purpose as individuals, teams, and leaders to cultivate essential leadership skills of listening, accessing our EQ and communicate with empathy. It’s also how we as a culture can activate our collective growth mindset because when we Power-Pause we can connect, communicate, and collaborate with care.

Imaging a culture of pausing, what could change?

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  • Wen Ling
    10/31/2022 at 4:18 pm

    “I just attended the HR Tech Conference and I just want to thank you for reminding us that at the end of the day, we are all human beings (strange as that sounds but I think sometimes we forget!)

    It certainly wasn’t what I was expecting to hear at this conference, given that earlier sessions had been about what HR can/should/must do about this pandemic and a post-pandemic workplace. I appreciated having a moment just being me, thinking about myself, before thinking about how I can be better at interacting with others.

    Once again, a big thank you for your sharing. Stay well and healthy!”


    Wen Ling

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Shopify
    09/22/2022 at 1:48 pm

    “Thanks Jeanette! Team really enjoyed it and felt they got some tangible takeaways which was definitely the goal. The session itself was a form of Power Pause since it made people really think about how they’re approaching self-care, so a win all around!”

    Best, Amy

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Tedi Granke
    08/27/2022 at 3:04 pm

    “She was amazing – best so far. I was crying within 5 minutes in a good way. Thank you for doing this. I shared her name with my daughter. She is getting her masters in mental health and wellness. I’m sure everyone got a lot out of it.”

    Tedi Granke

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Jim Cleghorn
    06/11/2022 at 7:16 pm

    Jeanette was charming and witty. She had our members thinking and laughing as she cleverly challenged the audience to imagine what could change if we simply took a pause from the hustle and bustle of the routine activities. Jeanette’s flexible and accommodating nature made the scheduling process easy—it was a pleasure to have the opportunity to work with her!

    Jim Cleghorn
    Director, Leadership Capacity Development and Member Engagement
    NCSBN (National Council of State Boards of Nursing)

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Marc Dyman
    04/14/2022 at 9:18 am

    “Just wanted to thank you again. I got some great feedback on your talk and how we are integrating this into our culture. Appreciate you.”

    Marc Dyman
    Chief Revenue Officer, Fiberlight

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Christine L. Graham,
    02/14/2021 at 11:28 am

    “We had such great feedback on your training. Staff felt it was engaging, easy information to access and use, and supportive.”

    Christine L. Graham, LCSW
    Vice President and Chief Clinical Services Officer
    Stars Behavioral Health Group

    Keynote Talk - Live

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