Researcher, Future of Work, Deloitte
Why is Kelly speaking at WorkHuman?
Over the past two years, Deloitte has tested thousands of data points and learned it’s our relationships that have the greatest predictive power to meaningful work experiences. At WorkHuman, Kelly will take a deeper dive into how to a create a culture both virtually and in-person where that necessary connection thrives.
Dr. Kelly Monahan is an organizational behaviorist and leads the global future of work research agenda at Deloitte. She actively studies the interplay between human behavior and organizational environments and its implications in the future of work. Her research has been recognized and published in both applied and academic journals, including MIT Sloan Management Review and Journal of Strategic Management. In 2018, Kelly released her first book, “How behavioral economics influences management decision-making: A new paradigm” (Academic Press/Elsevier Publishers).
Dr. Monahan is frequently quoted in the media on talent decision-making and the future of work. She has written more than a dozen publications and is a sought-after speaker on how to apply new management and talent models in knowledge-based organizations. Kelly holds a B.S. from Rochester Institute of Technology, M.S. from Roberts Wesleyan College, and Ph.D. in organizational leadership from Regent University.
What has the greatest impact on how you feel at work? The answer is people! Over the past two years, we have tested thousands of data points to find it’s the relationships we have at work that have the greatest predictive power to meaningful work experiences. Why is this the case? The relationships we forge […]