"THANK YOU again for the fabulous presentation at the J&J CDTL leadership forum. You received very positive feedback from the group, and [everyone] in the audience felt it was very instructive and impactful. I know many were still talking about it as we finished the day, and I have no doubt [they] will try to take their learning to [their] practice moving forward."
-- Johnson & Johnson Leadership Forum
"Susan was a delight to work with and an outstanding addition to our agenda. Her talk was inspiring, thought-provoking and energizing, with an impeccable delivery which was as moving as it was entertaining. Susan's passion really shines through and is contagious, she is a perfect fit for any forum in which the goal is to motivate and inspire."
Michelle Edge - Energy Disruptors: UNITE 2018
"I've n ever seen so much energy from conference attendees during a presentation - the first session after lunch no less! She had every senior finance executive in the room captivated."
Ann Marie Gorden - KPMG US
"Susan Cain keynoted at our annual marquee event and was absolutely superb. Polished, relevant, and accessible, she connected with the audience immediately and held them in rapt attention throughout her presentation. Susan was our most popular speaker, and I would recommend her for any engagement. This was one of the best experiences I have had working with a keynote speaker."
Rachael Feigebaum - The Advertising Research Foundation
The moment she stepped onto the WorkHuman stage, she displayed an undeniable range of knowledge, clarity, authenticity, and warmth. Best of all, she was the same in person. No surprise, the feedback from our attendees was off the charts. I cannot recommend Susan highly enough and can't wait to have her back at Workhuman!
Kevin Mullins, Vice President of Global Communications - Workhuman
Following the event, we received over 200 requests for more information and in the post-event survey, 97% of colleagues stated they have a better understanding of the strengths introverts bring to work and 95% of colleagues stated they have a better understanding of how unconscious bias about personality type can manifest at work. This is an extremely important component of diversity and inclusion and you have my commitment that we will do our utmost to support the inclusion and empowerment of all 'quiet ones'.
Kald Abdallah, Senior Vice President - Bristol Myers Squibb