Susan Cain

Best-Selling Author, Lecturer and Expert on Leadership and Innovation

Co-founder of Quiet Revolution, LLC, one of Fast Company's Most Creative People in Business, an accomplished corporate lawyer and negotiations consultant for clients such as JP Morgan, GE and Merrill Lynch and author of the award winning bestseller Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can t Stop Talking Susan Cain is a (quiet) force to be reckoned with. Deemed a rock star by the CEO of Steelcase, her groundbreaking presentations ring true to introverts and extroverts alike and inspire, among other things, a complete reexamination of corporate structure and processes, according to Fast Companymagazine. A self-proclaimed introvert, she is soft-spoken yet powerful, witty, and incredibly engaging. Cain has received high praise for her presentations at Google, Microsoft, Harvard, West Point, the SEC and the U.S. Treasury and is the recipient of several awards, including the Toastmasters International Golden Gavel Award for Communication and Leadership, and Harvard Law School?s Celebration Award for Thought Leadership. Through her countless appearances in popular media, including The New York Times, The New Yorker, Harvard Business Review, Scientific American, Forbes, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal,CBS This Morning and NPR, Cain shows audiences how to tap into their quiet side and leverage talents typically associated with introverts. Cited by Bill Gates as delivering one of his all-time favorite talks, Susan Cain offers audiences a revolutionary perspective on the importance of creating, accessing and voicing our softer sides in her not-to-be-missed presentation that has broad implications for leadership, innovation and teamwork.

How Our Education System Can Teach Introverted Students
Changing How We Work
Lead and Innovate