Keynote, Speeches, or Webinars
“There is no one more courageous than the person who speaks with the courage of his convictions.”
Susan Cain is the author of the award-winning New York Times bestseller Quiet: The Power of Introverts in A World That Can’t Stop Talking. Drawing on her original research and the latest in neuroscience and psychology, Susan will radically change your view of the best way to develop leaders, manage teams, make smart hires, and stimulate innovation. She has spoken to hundreds of companies, associations, schools, and parenting groups from all over the world, including Microsoft, Google, the U.S. Treasury, the S.E.C., Yale, and West Point. Her record-smashing TED talk has been viewed over 15 million times. She is an honors graduate of Princeton and Harvard Law School. To find out more about Susan’s enlightening talks, check out her speaking page.
Kate Earle has over 20 years of experience in leading, designing, and implementing performance strategies that move people, teams, and organizations towards their goals. She regularly presents at industry conferences and client events, both large and small. Kate applies her lifelong passion for growing things to how we do business. Whether those “things” be plants, flowers, food, mindsets, toolsets, or skillsets, she gets excited by every phase of the growing process. Her areas of expertise include experience design, leadership development, change management, cultural transformation, and sustainable impact. Kate has a masters in Rhetoric from Carnegie Mellon and doctorate in Adult Learning from the University of Pennsylvania.
As Educational Director at Quiet Revolution, Heidi Kasevich, PhD, runs the Quiet Schools Network, a nationwide program that focuses on guiding school communities to cultivate inclusive cultures where all temperaments can thrive. The creator of Quiet pedagogy, she gives lectures and workshops on quiet leadership and temperament inclusivity at schools and universities across the country. Kasevich is also the author of the Guide to Giving, a highly acclaimed philanthropy curriculum, and founder of Closing the Gap, a sought-after leadership curriculum for aspiring women leaders. Her proficiency is grounded in 25 years of experience as an educator at Nightingale-Bamford, where she also served as history department chair, Dalton, Berkeley-Carroll, NYU and Cooper Union. Committed to expanding students’ perspectives, Kasevich has served as Director of Académie de Paris, an Oxbridge Academic Program. A gcLi Alumna Scholar, she received her BA from Haverford and her MA and PhD from New York University.
Karl Moore, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor, Desautels Faculty of Management; an Associate Professor, Dept. of Neurology & Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University; and an Associate Fellow, Green Templeton College, Oxford University. Karl’s passion is strategy and leadership and in its pursuit he has spoken, taught, and consulted all over the world at leading universities and businesses, including Oxford, Cambridge, Morgan Stanley, and IBM. He has written extensively on the subject, blogged for Forbes Magazine, hosted a video cast for The Globe and Mail, Canada’s National Newspaper, and hosted a CEO series radio show for Montreal’s CJAD. His is currently writing a book based on his research on postmodern leadership and introverted leaders. Karl completed his MBA at the University of Southern California and his Ph.D. at the Schulich School, York University.