Contact by Email: tkashdan@gmu.edu
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Todd has delivered hundreds of presentations and workshops to organizations, including:

Todd Kashdan speaks at TEDx in 2012

 

I lead workshops with organizations as diverse as the United States Department of Defense, Customs and Border Protection, Hormel, General Mills, Gensler, the Gap, Merck, and Standard Chartered Bank. I regularly give talks and keynotes around the globe to business executives, schools, parents, retirees, scholars, and therapists and life coaches. Based on the science of strengths and well-being, I discuss how organizations can become more agile, creative, visionary, collaborative, and impactful. Whether you desire a small workshop, a large-scale training, or something else, the overall satisfaction of each person in your group can be enhanced. I have yet to meet a group that could not benefit from what is being offered.

Examples of Topics for Keynotes, Trainings, and Workshops

  • Agile Leadership
  • Creative Leadership Requires a Maverick Mindset
  • The Art and Science of Resilience
  • Optimizing Social Relationships
  • Unlocking the Power to Think Differently: Where Can Your Curiosity Take You?
  • Relentless: The Science of Strength Use and Development
  • The Science of Well-Being in the Workplace

Contact me to craft something that meets your needs. If you are interested in additional information or ready to set-up an event, use the following contact information:

Email address: tkashdan@gmu.edu

Todd Kashdan presents at “The Wealthy Thought Leader”


Events

May 16, 2018
Workshop on emotional and social agility
The Leadership Skills Identification & Development Program for Government intelligence, Virginia

April 19-21, 2018
Keynote on new five-dimensional model of curiosity
Learning & the Brain Conference, New York, New York

Feb 15-17, 2018
Keynote on igniting curiosity and creativity
Learning & the Brain Conference with theme on Innovative, Creative, and Curious Minds, San Francisco, CA

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