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I’ve delivered keynote presentations to and led workshops for audiences including SXSW, Google, Viacom, The Wing, LinkedIn, Dropbox, HackMIT, The American Gas Association, and First Round Capital.

If you’re interested in bringing me into your organization, please contact me at liz (at) fosslien.com.

Download a 1-pager here.


Topics

How to Build a Culture of Belonging - What if you could bring yourself out of hiding and into the organization, even the parts of yourself that don’t seem to belong on a surface level? This session pairs the science of emotional cultures with small group discussions to outline how individuals and organizations can foster belonging for all employees.

How to Help Remote Workers Avoid Burnout - A walk through the unique challenges remote workers face—including feelings of isolation, barriers to knowledge-sharing, and digital miscommunication—and the easy-to-implement practices distributed teams can put into place to overcome them.

How to Navigate Different Work Styles - The best way to mitigate destructive conflict is to preemptively discuss work preferences and styles. In this session, participants learn to navigate common differences, and then write, share, and compare their own "How to Work with Me” guides.

How Female Leaders can Effectively Harness Emotion - Success as a female leader depends on building trust by effectively harnessing emotion—while still walking the line between sharing and oversharing. This session equips female leaders with the tools to understand, navigate, and express their emotions at work.

All workshops pair scientifically-backed tips with group discussions and activities and run from 30-90 minutes.


On stage at SXSW 2019

On stage at SXSW 2019

Fireside chat with  Quiet  author Susan Cain

Fireside chat with Quiet author Susan Cain

Participants at a WeWork workshop discuss their emotion tendencies, photos by Lori Gutman

Participants at a WeWork workshop discuss their emotion tendencies, photos by Lori Gutman

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