Chancellor's Professor and Humboldt Award Recipient, UNC Charlotte
Why is Steven speaking at WorkHuman?
Dr. Steven Rogelberg is the master of meetings. Employees endure 55 million meetings a day in the United States. At WorkHuman, he’ll share the meeting science that created an evidence-based path to reduce wasted time.
Dr. Steven G. Rogelberg holds the title of chancellor’s professor at UNC Charlotte for distinguished national, international, and interdisciplinary contributions. He is a professor of organizational science, management, and psychology, as well as the director of organizational science. He has more than 100 publications addressing issues such as team effectiveness, leadership, engagement, and meetings at work. He recently won the very prestigious Humboldt Award for his scholarship on meetings. He is the editor of the Journal of Business and Psychology and the “Talent Management Essentials” book series. His research has been profiled in the Los Angeles Times, CBS News, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, NPR, The London Guardian, National Geographic, and Scientific American Mind, among others. In addition, he consults for small and large organizations, including IBM, TIAA, Cisco, Procter & Gamble, VF Corporation, Family Dollar, Siemens, and others.
Dr. Rogelberg founded and currently directs large outreach initiatives focusing on nonprofit organization health and effectiveness with more than 1,000 nonprofits served. He was the inaugural winner of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology Humanitarian Award. Besides keynoting and speaking around the globe, he is the recipient of a Master Teacher Award and Psi Chi Professor of the Year Award. Dr. Rogelberg’s newest book, “The Surprising Science of Meetings: How You Can Lead Your Team to Peak Performance” (Oxford), was just released.
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, they blatantly disregard our time. There is now a […]