Ryan Stelzer

  • Co-Author of 'Think Talk Create: Building Workplaces Fit for Humans'
  • Co-Founder of Strategy of Mind
  • Former White House Presidential Management Fellow



Ryan Stelzer is the co-author of Think Talk Create: Building Workplaces Fit for Humans (Hachette: PublicAffairs 2021). He is also the co-founder of Strategy of Mind, an executive coaching, management consulting, and leadership development firm rooted in philosophy and cognitive science. Prior to consulting, Ryan served in The White House as a presidential management fellow, where his team was responsible for improving and sustaining high levels of performance across federal agencies. His writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Fast Company, Quartz, and Huffington Post, and he pens a weekly newsletter for LinkedIn. Ryan received his master’s degree from the University of Chicago.

 

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Think Talk Create

In this hallmark program, Ryan shares through impactful storytelling and dynamic audience engagement, the key ingredient to building high-performing, human work environments. Participants will come away as capable agents of positive change. ...

In this hallmark program, Ryan shares through impactful storytelling and dynamic audience engagement, the key ingredient to building high-performing, human work environments. Participants will come away as capable agents of positive change.

How to Hire History’s Greatest Thinkers

Most PhD graduates in the humanities and social sciences will have to work outside of academia, as tenure-track positions are increasingly scarce. Learn how to hire outside of the box and tap into an undiscovered resource pool. ...

Most PhD graduates in the humanities and social sciences will have to work outside of academia, as tenure-track positions are increasingly scarce. Learn how to hire outside of the box and tap into an undiscovered resource pool.

Rethink AI

We’re all familiar with the robots that will take over the world. But while artificial intelligence is an exciting new frontier, we forget that it is just that: artificial. Ryan will share a different kind of AI that has survived several millennia, that is anything but artificial. ...

We’re all familiar with the robots that will take over the world. But while artificial intelligence is an exciting new frontier, we forget that it is just that: artificial. Ryan will share a different kind of AI that has survived several millennia, that is anything but artificial.

The Skills That Will Last a Lifetime

There is no shortage of advice when it comes to career development. Yet, when CEOs are interviewed about the key traits necessary for professional success, they repeatedly list a handful of timeless skills. Learn them in this eye-opening talk. ...

There is no shortage of advice when it comes to career development. Yet, when CEOs are interviewed about the key traits necessary for professional success, they repeatedly list a handful of timeless skills. Learn them in this eye-opening talk.

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Ryan Stelzer is the co-author of Think Talk Create: Building Workplaces Fit for Humans (Hachette: PublicAffairs 2021). He is also the co-founder of Strategy of Mind, an executive coaching, management consulting, and leadership development firm rooted in philosophy and cognitive science. Prior to consulting, Ryan served in The White House as a presidential management fellow, where his team was responsible for improving and sustaining high levels of performance across federal agencies. His writing has appeared in the Washington Post, Fast Company, Quartz, and Huffington Post, and he pens a weekly newsletter for LinkedIn. Ryan received his master’s degree from the University of Chicago.