Signature Keynote

“Believe in the possibilities.” To some, it’s an inspirational quote, but for Heather Moyse, it’s a way of life. As a three-sport national athlete and two-time Olympic gold medalist and occupational therapist, Heather explains how the qualities/characteristics that it takes to be successful as an athlete are the same qualities that it takes to be successful in any occupation. Heather’s incredible record of excellence has afforded her an astounding perceptiveness and understanding that she conveys through this engaging presentation. Heather truly believes that “we are all capable of WAY more than we give ourselves credit for.” After listening to Heather’s dynamic and relevant presentation, you and your team will leave believing in the possibilities of achieving your dreams and goals both in your personal and professional lives, and will be one step closer to achieving them. Because… if you don’t believe, you won’t achieve.

Heather’s signature keynote can be customized with one or more of the following themes that can help empower leadership, team building, sales success, and personal growth:


Do you want to feel inspired to step outside of your comfort zone, and see what you are truly capable of achieving? Heather Moyse truly believes that we are all capable of more than we give ourselves credit for, and wants to empower people and organizations in achieving that next level of success. Using penetrating insight and her own personal experiences, Heather explains how a small shift in the way we look at a situation can significantly change our outcomes. She is a dynamic speaker, and, using her story to discuss the power of perspective, will leave you and your team feeling inspired, motivated and believing in the possibilities of what you can achieve and the difference you can make.


You have the dream. You have the drive and the dedication. You are well on your way to reaching your pinnacle of success. When, suddenly, something goes wrong. Something changes. You are faced with challenges that are blocking your view of the finish line. Problems are inevitable in sport, in business, and in life. But when you are faced with change, do you see it as an obstacle blocking your path to success? Or do you embrace it as a challenge and see it as an opportunity?
Heather challenges her audience to embrace those problems. With powerful insight and personal anecdotes of overcoming her own obstacles on route to the top of the Olympic podium, Heather discusses the qualities it takes to move beyond what seemingly stands in our way to achieving our own successes, whatever the arena. You will leave this presentation ready to embrace change and overcome obstacles. Let the progress begin!


We are faced with thousands of choices on a daily basis – some of them so seemingly insignificant, however, that we often don’t even realize that we are making them. But it is both the big ones and the small ones that shape the story of our lives, and the direction and extent of our successes. When it comes to the big ones – those critical moments when your choice could turn your life in a completely different direction or even upside down – we often become paralyzed by the fear of not wanting to make the wrong one. And it is an accumulation of the small ones (which are often deemed insignificant) that sometimes make the biggest difference in achieving our goals. Heather Moyse delivers a dynamic and engaging presentation, using insight, humour, and personal anecdotes to give perspective on the art of decision-making in pursuing your goals while remaining true to yourself.

Recent clients include

Extended Client List

  • Arbonne
  • YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization)
  • Avanti Software
  • Sun Life Finacial
  • CIBC
  • Loblaws
  • ISL Engineering
  • Sofina Foods
  • Brown-Forman
  • Canadian Structured Finance
  • Royal Canadian Mint
  • National Kitchen and Baths Association
  • AMJ Campbell Van Lines
  • Maple Leaf Foods
  • MEGA Group
  • Heather Wilson International
  • BMW Canada Group
  • ScotiaMcLeod
  • Samsung
  • Uniglobe Travel

  • TD Bank
  • Fidelity Investments
  • Parks and Recreation Department, Halifax Municipality
  • City of Summerside, Prince Edward Island
  • Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities
  • Federation of P.E.I. Municipalities
  • Government of Prince Edward Island
  • Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal – Land and Environment Division, P.E.I.
  • Department of National Defence (CFB Halifax)
  • PEI Department of Agriculture and Fisheries
  • Camp Triumph
  • Stratford Festival Forum
  • Shoppers Drug Mart – Run For Women
  • International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation
  • Rotary Club of Whistler
  • Special Olympics Yukon
  • Special Olympics PEI
  • Canadian Olympic Committee
  • Right to Play
  • Canadian Athletes Now Fund
  • Boys & Girls Club
  • Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame
  • Operation Eyesight
  • Children’s Miracle Network
  • BC Rugby Union
  • Saskatchewan Rugby Union
  • Canada Games
  • Commonwealth Games Canada
  • Northern Alberta Institute of Technology’s Women’s Basketball Team
  • Glamborough Fire Girls’ Basketball Team
  • National Cycling Centre of Hamilton
  • Morrell Sportsman Dinner
  • Workers Compensation PEI
  • Municipal Finance Officers’ Association (MFOA)
  • Maritime Provinces Water & Wastewater Association
  • Medical Association of PEI
  • Engineers PEI
  • PEI Federation of Agriculture
  • Atlantic Occupational Therapy
  • Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists
  • Ontario Federation of Schools Athletic Associations
  • P.E.I. Ringette Association – Eastern Championships
  • Canadian Deaf Sports Association
  • Ontario Teachers’ Pension Fund
  • AUS Basketball Championships
  • TEDxUW
  • Upper Grand District School Board
  • University of Waterloo
  • Holland College
  • Colonel Gray Sports Hall of Fame Induction Dinner
  • Endless grade schools across Canada
  • High school graduations & athletic banquets across Canada
  • Ontario University Athletics
  • Strength in Youth Entrepreneurs Forum
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Physical Medicine Department
  • Arbonne National Conference 2015
  • Occupational Health and Safety Conference 2016
  • Atlantic Connections Conference 2016
  • Leadership to the MAX Conference with John Maxwell
  • Transportation of Canada (TAC) Conference
  • Globe and Mail Power 50: Mentorship
  • Manitoba Potato Production Days 2015
  • Georgie-Odette Leadership Symposium
  • Women in Sport (Acadia University)
  • Young Women’s Empowerment Conference (Grade 8 girls)