Sharon Steed, empathy speaker
Over 150,000 people inspired around the world
Sharon is a subject-matter expert on communicating with empathy. She has spoken globally at companies on improving team communication and collaboration; at tech conferences on vulnerability as an asset; and has given a TEDx talk on empowering insecurities. A lifelong stutterer, she uses her speech impediment to teach both what empathy is and how to be empathetic.
What it's like to work with Sharon
"I can't recommend Sharon highly enough. Not only does her passion for empathy infect and captivate the audience, she's also a joy to work with and remains calm in the face of adversity (cancelled flights!)."
Oliver Lindberg: Founder of Pixel Pioneers, United Kingdom
"Sharon delivered her subject in an exciting and entertaining way, and she engaged with the attendees after her talk in a wonderful way."
marc thiele: Founder and producer of Beyond Tellerrand, Germany
What Sharon Brings
Every audience has a unique set of needs. That's why Sharon tailors each talk to most help and appeal to each event. Her focus is to serve every community she is speaking to not just during her talks but for the duration of her time at the event.
Sharon inspires communities to be more empathetic communicators and empower each individual with the tools to tap into the ideal mindset for that empathy. She motivates corporate and conference audiences while providing actionable steps to being better empaths at work and in life.
What does Sharon talk about?
Sharon speaks on a variety of topics under the empathy umbrella, including:
- Communicating with empathy for improved team collaboration
- Empowering insecurities as a way to overcome them
- Creating cultures of empathy on teams
- Cultivating community through empathy actions
Why book Sharon?
Sharon keeps audiences constantly engaged with her inspiring story and actionable advice for improved empathy. To learn more about why she is ideal for your event, head over to the meeting planners page for all the necessary information on her work and how to pitch her to your teams.