Karlyn Will Inspire and Challenge Your Audience

From Oprah's Lifeclass, to Cityline, to stages and pages from around the world Karlyn inspires women to discover their inner warriors and reclaim their power.

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Karlyn comes ready to transform, motivate and inspire your  audiences towards action  with authentic storytelling and vulnerability, backed by deep insights from her decade of research, study and application of neuroscience, positive psychology and emotional intelligence. A huge advocate for intersectional gender and racial equity, Karlyn believes that in order to truly create a better world where all women and girls can thrive, we must begin with grace and heart-centered leadership, self-love.

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About Karlyn Percil

Karlyn Percil empowers women to LEAD - live and engage authentically daily at work, in life and in love. She’s the CEO of KDPM Consulting Group, partnering with Fortune 500 organizations across North America to challenge unsafe workplaces and cultures that negatively impact the lives of Black and Indigenous women of colour. As a Certified Emotional Intelligence & Neuro-Life Coach, she supports women  through her transformational courses and tools as well as her SisterTalk Circles to empower them to live their boldest, most beautiful life. 

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"Authentic and Amazing..."

“Karlyn is insightful, engaging, and enlightening! Karlyn recently imparted deeply rich knowledge about boundaries to our women’s group and gave us a lot to digest and think about! Karlyn was authentic and amazing at intricately interweaving some of her personal experiences into her presentation, which really resonated with the women and gave an added personal touch.” 

"Self-Care as Black Women..."

“During the discussion on boundaries and racism, they were all too relatable. Understanding behaviours of an individual and not looking at the individual with judgement (subjective), would save time, stress, improve health and advancement in the development of the livelihood of black women. Having someone like Karlyn helped with knowing the signs of burnout and gaslighting as well when to provide self-care as black women when needed."