Jessica Higgins is a public speaker, strategic consultant and a published author on creating end-to-end culture design solutions in healthcare, higher education, governments and large corporations. Her clients include Microsoft, Zappos, Roche, AT&T, Pfizer, L'Oreal, US Bank, Babson College, and many others. She splits her time between Miami, FL, San Diego, CA and Scottsdale, AZ. 

For speaking engagements, interviews and other inquiries please contact her publicist, Kat Fleischman, at kathfleisch@gmail.com. 

The Big Lie About Startups

The Big Lie About Startups

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Jeff Bussgang over at Harvard Business School wrote a book about how to join a startup.

His reasoning: to help you find a job with a purpose.
All respect, but no.

A company with a purpose can be a lipstick manufacturer. It can be a billion dollar software company. The struggle of growth isn’t where “a job with a purpose” is created.

Finding that purpose. Experiencing it at work. Aligning to it. As a team.

We can create this anywhere.

No need to run away to Startup Land. It’s all culture.

Jessica Higgins is Chief Operating Officer of Gapingvoid Culture Design Group, a team of inspired individuals based in Miami, Florida, with clients worldwide, including Microsoft, Zappos, Roche, Pfizer, L'Oreal and many others. She and her team deliberately design end-to-end culture solutions that help people connect emotionally to their organization's most important outcomes. She works in healthcare, Pharma, finance, higher education, governments and Fortune 500 corporations. She is a public speaker, strategist and published author in the future of healthcare. She holds a Juris Doctor in Law, A Masters in Business Management, and a Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma with specialty in Design for Six Sigma.

 

How To Live a Better Life

How To Live a Better Life

The Pursuit of Learning is Just Like The Pursuit of Everything Else

The Pursuit of Learning is Just Like The Pursuit of Everything Else