Meet Holly Duckworth

Holly Duckworth, CAE, CMP, LSP is a trailblazing speaker and executive coach on mindlessness to mindful leadership and living. She works with stressed-out CEO's and executive leaders to create profits, peace, and presence. Our world has become mindless. Thru mindfulness practices Holly works with leaders to release beliefs that no longer serve. After a session with Holly you will accept beliefs, thoughts, and actions that make you, and your company the highest and best it can be.

As a speaker Holly provides high energy, interactive keynotes that engage audiences and leave them wanting more.
As an executive coach, it has been said, "Holly is the person who will kick you in the a** and hug you at the same time."


Author and international business columnist, Holly’s award-winning book, Ctrl+Alt+Believe: Reboot Your Association for Success, is a revolutionary business book. Ctrl+Alt+Believe guides leaders to create a new belief system about how their organization works, so they can forge a new future NOW. Her column Leadership & Spirituality for Science of Mind Magazine is read by more than 200,000 people around the world.

Holly earned her BS degree in business management from Linfield College. She is currently enrolled in the Masters of Consciousness Studies at the Holmes Institute. She serves as a faculty member of the American Society of Association Executives and US Chamber of Commerce IOM program.

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Holly brings leadership expertise and energy to the world of business. Each week she shares her insights via her e-newsletter called Mindful Monday

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Holly’s infectious personality and energy charged, positive attitude would be enough reason to read her book.

The focus on mission and passion for what your organization is all about is a key take away in her book.

John Graham, IV, FASAE, CAE President & CEO, ASAE: The Center For Association Leadership