Steven Rogelberg

Organizational Psychologist, Employee Engagement Speaker and Performance Expert, Chancellor's Professor at UNC Charlotte, Author

  • Steven Rogelberg`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Steven Rogelberg`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $10,001 - $20,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    North Carolina, USA

  • Steven Rogelberg`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Steven Rogelberg`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $10,001 - $20,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    North Carolina, USA

Suggested Keynote Speaker Programs

Making Remote Meetings Successful: Leveraging the Surprising Science of Meetings

Dr. Steven Rogelberg discusses evidence-based tips to improve remote meetings leveraging insights from his best-selling book, The Surprising Science of Meetings which has been profiled on host of media outlets including CBS This Morning, BBC World, Freakonomics and ranked as ...

Dr. Steven Rogelberg discusses evidence-based tips to improve remote meetings leveraging insights from his best-selling book, The Surprising Science of Meetings which has been profiled on host of media outlets including CBS This Morning, BBC World, Freakonomics and ranked as one of the best business books of 2019 and 2020 by Washington Post, Forbes, SHRM to name a few.

This 30-minute webinar brings a sharp and strategic light to the remote meeting as we quite simply cannot afford for them to be ineffective.  You will gain knowledge and resources on how to effectively lead remote meetings to promote effectiveness and innovation – tactics are grouped into three categories: 1) what to do prior to the meeting, 2) running the meeting itself, and 3) post-meeting activity.   This session is designed for anyone being asked to run a remote
meeting effectively.

Learn More

The Surprising Science of Meetings: Implications for Organizational Success and You as a Meeting Leader

This highly interactive program brings a sharp and strategic light to an activity typically taken for granted – the meeting. A recent estimate suggests that employees endure a staggering 55 million meetings a day in the United States. Sadly, most meetings fail to ...

This highly interactive program brings a sharp and strategic light to an activity typically taken for granted – the meeting. A recent estimate suggests that employees endure a staggering 55 million meetings a day in the United States. Sadly, most meetings fail to engage us, or even worse, blatantly disregard our time.  There is now a meeting science that can bring learning and solutions forward to solve the meeting “problem.” Leaders are uniquely positioned to transform their organization and teams through innovative practices, metrics, and processes – all tied to meetings.

You will learn: What we know about meetings from an evidence-based perspective and gain knowledge and resources on how to effectively lead meetings to promote effectiveness and innovation. This includes discussion of some organizational practices including a meeting metrics dashboard.

Each keynote is highly customized to the audience. This talk can be adapted for nonprofits, leadership, or unconventional approaches to business.

Learn More

Leading Teams and Fostering Team Excellence and Innovation

For leaders to be successful they have to capitalize on the intellectual resources and diversity their employees bring to the team.  Unfortunately, research and first-hand experience reveals that teams do not always make high quality decisions.  Clear-headed decision-making ...

For leaders to be successful they have to capitalize on the intellectual resources and diversity their employees bring to the team.  Unfortunately, research and first-hand experience reveals that teams do not always make high quality decisions.  Clear-headed decision-making gets clouded by incomplete dissemination and discussion of information, free-riding, groupthink, and premature consensus without considering all possible alternatives. Through interactive discussions, demonstrations, and hands-on activities, this workshop will discuss approaches to team discussions that minimize the aforementioned problems and maximize team potential and innovation. Methods for determining situations when unconventional approaches are warranted and how to encourage teams to try unconventional approaches are also discussed.

Overall, program participants will:

  1. Discover powerful unconventional approaches for facilitating effective team decision making
  2. Learn when unconventional approaches are warranted
  3. How to promote “buy-in” and acceptance of unconventional ways of making decisions
  4. Gain insight into factors that undermine team effectiveness.

Learn More

The Power of One's Thoughts: A Look Inside the Executive Mind to Promote Effectiveness, Innovation, and Well-Being

In order to effectively and dynamically lead an organization and team, individuals first must be able to lead themselves.  Self-talk, or the internal dialog individuals use, is at the heart of self-leadership.  Creating a habit of constructive self...

In order to effectively and dynamically lead an organization and team, individuals first must be able to lead themselves.  Self-talk, or the internal dialog individuals use, is at the heart of self-leadership.  Creating a habit of constructive self-talk unlocks new heights of success in leaders.  Using data collected from over 200 C-Suite leaders, constructive self-talk has been found to drive effective leadership of others, employee engagement, innovation, and personal well-being.  In this workshop, you will:

  1. Be introduced to contemporary paradigms of leadership effectiveness.
  2. See evidence of how leader self-talk impacts success indicators and personal well-being.
  3. Garner insights into your personal self-talk strategies and the potential implications of your approaches.
  4. Discuss a process for identifying, changing and leveraging self-talk for yourself and in those you lead.
  5. Engage in exercises to promote the adoption of constructive self-talk practices that foster success.

Learn More

Engaging Your Workforce: The Critical Importance of Effective Meetings at Work

Employee engagement is a key drive of individual and organization effectiveness. Research demonstrates a strong link between employees’ experiences in meetings and their overall feelings of engagement.  In other words, meetings done wrong serve to ...

Employee engagement is a key drive of individual and organization effectiveness. Research demonstrates a strong link between employees’ experiences in meetings and their overall feelings of engagement.  In other words, meetings done wrong serve to drain engagement.  However, meetings done well, actually become places of engagement gain.  Namely, meetings led effectively can not only promote engagement in a meeting, but even more importantly everyday engagement outside of the meeting.  You will learn what we know about meetings from an evidence-based perspective and gain knowledge and resources on how to effectively lead meetings to promote engagement as well as how organizations can create a culture around meetings so that enterprise employee engagement is fostered.

Learn More

Avoiding Leader Derailment: The Critical Importance of Leading Meetings Effectively

Complaints and frustrations around meetings abound.  What many leaders don’t realize is that in addition to better meetings promoting team and organization success, it is also essential to their personal success as leaders.   Meetings are where talent comes together.  ...

Complaints and frustrations around meetings abound.  What many leaders don’t realize is that in addition to better meetings promoting team and organization success, it is also essential to their personal success as leaders.   Meetings are where talent comes together.  Leaders that are not effective at fully leveraging, working with others, and working through others, are at a high risk for derailment.  Effective meeting leadership skills are essential to leader success and upward mobility.  You will learn what we know about meetings from an evidence-based perspective and gain knowledge and resources on how to effectively lead meetings to promote teamwork, engagement, and innovation.  Also covered is how organizations can create a culture around meetings so that leader success is promoted.

Learn More

Diversity & Inclusion Begins and Ends in Meetings

To fully gain the tremendous benefits of diversity, it must be partnered with genuine inclusion.  Meetings are a key mechanism to bring inclusion to life. Meetings done right allows unique perspectives. Backgrounds, and viewpoints to be leveraged in ways that promote ...

To fully gain the tremendous benefits of diversity, it must be partnered with genuine inclusion.  Meetings are a key mechanism to bring inclusion to life. Meetings done right allows unique perspectives. Backgrounds, and viewpoints to be leveraged in ways that promote innovation, engagement, and excellent decision making.  Meeting done wrong derails inclusion and ultimately the potential of diversity goes unrealized.   You will learn what we know about meetings from an evidence-based perspective and gain knowledge and resources on how to effectively lead meetings to promote inclusion and effectiveness as well as how organizations can create an engaging culture around meetings so that the incredible power of diversity can be unleashed.

Learn More

About Keynote Speaker Steven Rogelberg

Dr. Steven G. Rogelberg, an organizational psychologist, holds the title of Chancellor’s Professor at UNC Charlotte for distinguished national, international and interdisciplinary contributions.  He is an award-winning teacher and recipient of the very prestigious Humboldt Award for his research. His latest book, “The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance” (Oxford) was recognized by the Washington Post as the “#1 Leadership Book to Watch for in 2019” and by the Business Insider as “The Top 14 Books everyone will be reading in 2019. He and the book were also featured on CBS This Morning Freakonomics, HBR, WSJ, BBC World to name a few.

Adam Grant has called Steven the “worlds leading expert on how to fix meetings”. Steven keynotes span the globe focusing on the science of meetings, and meetings’ strategic linkage to inclusion & diversity, engagement, leadership, innovation, and organizational success.

He consults for small and large organizations, including IBM, Amazon, TIAA, Cisco, Procter & Gamble, United Nations, Family Dollar, 3M, RAND, Corning, KPMG, Siemens, and others.

Dr. Rogelberg has more than 100 publications addressing issues such as team effectiveness, leadership, engagement, and meetings at work. He is the editor of the Journal of Business and Psychology. His research has been profiled in outlets
such as the CBS “This Morning”, BBC World, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, NPR, The London Guardian, National Geographic, and Scientific American Mind, among others.

Besides keynoting and speaking around the globe, he is the recipient of a Master Teacher Award and Psi Chi Professor of the Year Award He was the inaugural winner of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Humanitarian Award. He is also the President-Elect of SIOP. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Connecticut and his Bachelors from Tufts University.

Testimonials

Steven is an engaging and energizing speaker who translates what we know from science into what we can do differently to make our workplaces better. He has an approachable style that instantly connects with the audience and catches their attention.

Allan Church

SVP Global Talent Assessment & Development at PepsiCo

Dr. Rogelberg was the highlight of our conference.  Not only was he incredibly engaging, but he was highly entertaining! We came away with practical, real world insights and useful tips, strategies and suggestions.  I still think about his session to this day and how to apply it to my work.

Gabrielle D. Phillips

Senior Corporate Counsel, Syneos Health

Professor Rogelberg delivered two outstanding leadership webinars as part of our company’s internal leadership development series, highlighting his latest research on meeting effectiveness. Virtually delivered programs are always a challenge but Steve connected very well with his audience, using creative engagement strategies such as pre-program surveys in quick polls, while partnering very effectively with our company’s internal leadership development group in designing the learning strategy. The programs saw the highest volume of participants (participation is voluntary) and he received outstanding ratings for both programs. Most important, Steve’s ideas continue to resonate with our leaders as they are continuing to apply his principles for more effective meetings.

Hank Jonas, Ph.D.

Manager Organization Effectiveness, Corning Incorporated

We engaged Dr. Rogelberg to speak at a team offsite for the Cisco Collaboration Group. He was an
extraordinary speaker: illuminating, dynamic, and funny! His expertise in the science behind meetings is
unrivaled, and our team left with many new insights and ideas that will have a material impact on our
collaboration business.

Val Agostino

Senior Director, Product Management, Cisco Collaboration Group

Working with Steven was great from start to finish. His workshop was engaging, informative, and relevant. Participants reported being able to immediately take the concepts back to their work and make improvements based on the lessons Steven shared. I look forward to working with him again.

Holly Whisman

PhD, VP of Grants & Services at the Arts and Sciences Council

Close

My Catalog

PDF




    Clear All

    You have not added any speakers yet.