Steven Rogelberg, Ph.D.

Engagement with Organizations

Steven Rogelberg speaking


Administer a diagnostic and meeting culture assessment to help your organization reflect upon and improve their meetings. which drives numerous other improvements innovation, productivity to employee engagement. Identify actions and interventions that can drive meeting success for leaders, teams, business units, and the organization as a whole. Build a meeting metrics dashboard to monitor meeting investment and drive accountability.


Train and coach your leaders to run meaningful meetings leveraging the surprising science of meetings and evidence-based practices. Target audiences include individual leaders, executives, new and existing management, boards, high-potential leaders, departments, teams, and more. Workshop titles include:

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

Diversity & Inclusion Begins and Ends in meeting. 

Engaging your workforce: The Critical Importance of Effective Meetings at Work

Avoiding Leader Derailment: The Critical Importance of Leading Meetings Effectively

The Key Role of HR and Talent Management in Solving the Meeting "Problem"

A Key Ingredient in Hi-Po Programs That is Typically Forgotten -- The Essential Ability to Lead Meetings as a Mechanism for Working with and Through Others.


Keynote addresses and presentations. The venues are highly diverse including professional associations (e.g., SHRM, YPO), retreats, corporate and team events, and non-profit conferences. This work takes place both domestically and internationally (Asia, Europe, South America, Middle-East). Audiences range from small (15 people) to very large (8K people). 



The Good Meeting Facilitation Checklist

Assess the Quality of Your Meetings: A Practical Tool

Meeting Huddle Implementation Checklist

An Alternative Approach to Meeting Agendas That Could be a Game Changer

Online Course About Leader Blindspot in Meetings


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There are 55 million meetings taking place in the U.S. every day, even though many people don't see meetings as being used effectively or maximizing the space. Meetings are needed for cooperation, coordination, and organizational democracy. Steven Rogelberg examines meeting science can be used to help solve the meeting “problem”.

  • Park Road Book Store - May 2019

  • YPO - May 2019

  • SEC - April 2019

  • WorkHuman - March 2019

  • Klaxoon, DC - February 2019

  • North Carolina Bar Association, Cary NC - January 2019

  • Chamber of Commerce - January and February, 2019

  • CBS This Morning - January 2019

  • Taking Care of Yourself and Others: Running Meetings That Minimize Stress and Maximize Productivity. NC Bar Association. Jan, 2019

  • Discover the Science of Making Your Board and Staff Meetings More Effective. Jan 24 ASC Charlotte.

  • The Surprising Science of Meetings. METRO, NYC, Jan 16

  • The Surprising Science of Meetings: Implications for Organizational Success, Talent Management, and You as a Meeting Leader. February. WorkHuman

  • Executive Education Program. February 20, 2019. UNC Charlotte, Center City.

  • The Power of the Mind: Leveraging self-leadership strategies to promote personal effectiveness, resilience, creativity, and well being. September, 2018, Ballantyne Elementary School.

  • The Science of Meetings at Work: Learnings, Future Directions, and Implications for Talent Management, HR, IO Consulting, and You as a Meeting Leader. September, 2018, North Carolina Industrial and Organizational Psychology Association.

  • Meeting With Success Strategies: Unlocking The True Potential of Meetings. September, 2018, Corning Inc.

  • Editor actions to promote a Robust Science. October, 2018, CARMA.

  • Even More Meeting With Success Strategies: Unlocking the True Potential of Meetings with Additional Tools and Techniques. October, 2018, Corning Inc.

  • Employee Engagement and Leading People Effectively. November, 2017, Miami, Florida

  • The Science of Meetings at Work: Learnings and Consulting/Practice Opportunities. September 2017, Providence, Rhode Island

  • The Power of One’s Thoughts: A Look Inside the Executive Mind to Promote Effectiveness, Innovation, and Well-Being. September 2017, Providence, R.I.

  • Publishing Success. June 2017, University of British Columbia, Canada

  • The Ills and Controversies of Publishing: What Journals Should Do. May 2017, Dublin, Ireland

  • The Science of Meetings at Work: Learnings, Implications, and Future Directions. April 2017, Temple University

  • Engagement and Leading People Effectively: Insights from the Field, Invited Speaker. April 2017, CFHS National Animal Welfare Conference

  • Shaping the Future of I-O Through Multidisciplinary Approaches. April 2017, SIOP

  • What if All Editors were Bold Like…..John. April 2017, SIOP

  • Meeting Science. April 2018, Singapore

  • Meeting Science. April 2018, Japan

  • Results-Blind Review: A Masked Crusader for Science. April 2018, SIOP

  • I-O Psychology and the Scientist-Practitioner Model: Have We Really Lost Our Way? April 2018, SIOP

  • Time and Time Again: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Meeting Lateness. April 2018, SIOP

  • The Science of Meetings at Work: Learnings, Implications, and Future Directions. June 2018, Germany