- What Do You Bring To Work?
- Creating a Growth Mindset Culture
- The Psychology of Sustainable Change
- Authentic Leadership and the Role of Purpose
- Best Self Activation
- The Power of Purpose
- How Do I Create a Culture of Innovation?
Dan Cable is a leading expert on organisational behaviour, having shared his expertise as a professor at the London Business School since 2009.
In his role as Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the London Business School, Dan helps students to navigate the complexities of workplace culture and how humans behave in organisational settings.
Now booked as a keynote speaker, Dan shares his expertise of organisational culture with leading companies, including the likes of Coca-Cola and PwC, focussing on topics such as creating a growth mindset culture, the power of purpose and the psychology of sustainable change.
Dan Cable is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School.
He has also been a professor at Georgia Tech and the University of North Carolina.
His research and teaching focus on employee engagement, change, organisational culture, leadership mindset and the linkage between brands and employee behaviours.
In 2020, Dan won London Business School’s Excellence in Teaching Award and he was selected for the 2018 Thinkers50 Radar List.
The Academy of Management has twice honoured him with Best Article awards and the Academy of Management Perspectives ranked Dan in the Top 25 Most Influential Management Scholars.
Dan’s latest book, Exceptional, appears in September 2020 with Chronicle.
His last book, Alive at Work, appeared in March 2018 through Harvard Business School Press.
Dan’s first book was Change to Strange and he has also published two edited books and more than 50 articles in top scientific journals.
His most recent research was published in Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, Academy of Management Journal and Administrative Science Quarterly. This research has been featured in The Economist, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, The New York Times and Business Week.
Dan has worked with a broad range of organisations – from high-tech start-ups to the World Economic Forum. His recent clients include Carlsberg, Coca Cola, Estée Lauder, EY, HSBC, IKEA, McDonalds, MS Amlin, Prudential, PwC, Rabobank, Roche, Sanofi, Siemens and Twitter.
Talks & Topics
How to create exceptional performance through empowerment
Lancefield on the Line
‘Leaders like to be able to look out over their people and say ‘Yes, they’re working’. It’s kind of like: if I can see you, then I don’t have to trust you…’
How to bring your best and bravest self to work
The Marketing Society
‘Fitting in versus standing out – I think that we are a very social species and there is a huge urge to conform and to get your head down…’
Make a life, not just a living
‘We have, inside of us, an innate need or drive to explore our environment – to learn new things and understand our cause and our effect…’
Bring your best self to work
London Business School
‘What if you got a chance to hear your own eulogy while you were still alive? What would that be like?’
Client Testimonials from previous events
His engaging way of teaching has made a big difference for the managers attending the training. The eye-opening points he makes on how we lead and what motivates people is something which is remembered long after the training.Head of Leadership & Talent Management, Nordea
What separates Dan from the rest is his non-conventional delivery. By intelligently using a powerful arsenal of concepts, relevant real-life examples and analogies he was able to engage a team of very senior leaders from start to finish.Group HR Director, Coca-Cola Asia Pacific
Dan delivers engaging and uplifting keynote speeches on enabling sustainable change and the audience has always left feeling highly motivated and inspired to help others be the best they can be.Director, PwC
Dan approached the crucial topic of change management in a unique way – starting from insights in best-in-class change examples and translating them into the business reality of his audience.SVP, Human Resources, Executive Committee, Carlsberg Group