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Speaker Bio

Rebecca Morgan, CSP, CMC, CVP, loves working with leaders, managers, salespeople and individual contributors to provide new skills and accountability to ensure they are put into action.

When people become more effective as a result of our work together, I do a happy dance!

Your success is my goal. I understand the need to excel in your field.

We get the best results — often measurable results — when we partner to create innovative, long-term profesional-development solutions.

I focus on long-lasting results, not flash-in-the pan fluff. I work with you to increase you and your team members’ effectiveness and profitability. I strive to deliver solutions that meet your objectives — on time and on target.

Based upon your specific needs, I develop an implementation plan.

She will uncover your needs by conducting a thorough needs assessment to make sure I creates the best plan for your situation. Helps you to analyze what is keeping your achievers from being more effective, and design appropriate solutions to address the target group’s challenges and areas for development.

It’s a true partnership. Without support from the right parties, any effort is doomed to fail. I believe there are three key components to any successful development program’s success.

I’ve authored 28 books, including two bestsellers. Details are in the Book section.

I have been helping improve people’s skills for decades. I’ve worked on many, many projects that have enhanced people’s effectiveness. I’d love to discuss how I could collaborate with you.

Please set up a free 30-minute consultation so I can get to know you and your challenges to see if I can help.

Leadership and Management:

Engage Rebecca to customize thought-provoking, interactive, practical and fun in-person and virtual keynotes, workshops, retreats, and panels.

  • Leadership Lessons from Silicon Valley: How to Survive and Thrive in Disruptive Times
  • Influencing Others When You’re Not Their Boss

Savvy Communication Skills:

Communication is the highest sought-after skill, yet organizations find it difficult to find people with stellar skills. These programs help strengthen this essential skill.

  • Interpersonal Communication Savvy
  • The Power of Our Words

Our words are much more powerful than we give them credit for. We take our words for granted, because we say so many in a day. We don’t take the time to think through “How might my comment leave the receiver? Feeling respected— or diminished? Feeling better about himself—or worse?”

Sales & Customer Service:

Your people are key to gaining and keeping customers. Ensure they have the very best skills possible.

  • Professional Sales Savvy: Practical Secrets for Successful Sales
  • Turn Upset Customers into Satisfied, Loyal Customers

Media Appearances
Rebecca is a Popular Media Resource
What do Oprah, 60 Minutes,, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, National Public Radio and international media have in common? They’ve all featured Rebecca Morgan’s expertise in psychological safety and team effectiveness solutions. Her ideas are so solid, Microsoft hired her as their workplace productivity spokesperson.

Rebecca has shared her insights and knowledge through many media outlets worldwide. Her knowledge is valued around the world, from her articles, blog posts, keynote presentations, trainings, retreats and consulting.

Keynote Topic #1

Leadership Lessons from Silicon Valley: How to Survive and Thrive in Disruptive Times

Learn the leadership secrets companies are using to stay high performing as teams work at home.


Rebecca is available in-person and virtually for a customized interactive session for you:
• 30-90 minute interactive keynote or overview
• full day (can be broken into several sessions)
• multiple-session deep dive master class


We are all experiencing never-before-seen disruption.

How are you leading through this time?

Is your remote team motivated and effective under your leadership?

Keynote Topic #2

Influencing Others When You’re Not Their Boss


Successful people understand how to get others to provide what they need to complete projects. If you are dependent on people who don’t report to you, it can be challenging. It can be frustrating – or even infuriating.



When you talk to your staff, do you sometimes feel like you’re talking to a wall?


Do you have trouble getting them to do what you want them to do?

Do you feel like it’s often quicker and easier to do the job yourself?


So how can you influence others who you need to provide you crucial work before you can complete yours? You need to become more savvy to how you currently influence others and what you could do to be even better.


  • Developing Emerging Leaders
  • “Managing people is a pain!”
  • You’ve heard this from your colleagues.
  • Perhaps you’ve even said it yourself.
  • You are smart. So why is it hard to manage people?
  • You know you could use some new skills to manage your team better, but you’re not sure exactly how to go about it.
  • If all people would respond to the same management style, it would be so much easier!


This program is applicable for not only new managers or supervisors, but as a often much needed refresher for managers who think they know what to do, but aren’t doing it.

Keynote Topic #3

Sales & Customer Service:

  • Professional Sales Savvy: Practical Secrets for Successful Sales
  • Turn Upset Customers into Satisfied, Loyal Customers

How should you begin your sales call for greatest effectiveness? How can you be friendly yet get down to business? What is the best way to uncover the concerns of your prospect? How can you then turn these uncovered areas into a sale? What are ways to close for commitment? How do you manage your in-office and on-the-road time to be most effective?

How do you make your upset customers happy? What can you do to ensure upset customers will return, will be satisfied, and will refer others to you? It’s the little things that pay off big. We’ll discuss what upset customers want, how to calm them, and how to retain their business.

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  • Ian Real, J.D.
    01/25/2022 at 3:26 pm

    “Rebecca Morgan’s ‘Leadership Lessons from Silicon Valley’ talk gave me valuable insights on how to become not only an effective but also an affective leader. In these tough times, leading with empathy and striving to be kind will help us thrive. Thank you for an enriching experience.”

    Ian Real, J.D.
    HR Optimization and Retention Manager at Aboitiz Power Corporation, Cebu, Philippines

  • Odette Huang
    01/25/2022 at 3:26 pm

    “There was so much positive feedback about your talk. A number of our colleagues were asking for a longer session. Your topic was an eye opener to many.”
    Odette Huang
    Director of Marketing & Brand Development, Royal Plaza Hotel, Singapore

  • Jamie O’Halloran
    01/25/2022 at 3:26 pm

    “I have been managing workshops for the SVPMA for 10 years. The mark of a good workshop is that the participants are engaged and make connections with the other participants and the information provided. Rebecca’s workshops do just that. I made a number of discoveries about my own communication style and team participation. It gave me a lot to work on in terms of how I communicate in groups, teams and in my personal interactions.”

    Jamie O’Halloran
    Program Chair for Silicon Valley Product Managers Association

  • Marge Josephson
    01/25/2022 at 3:25 pm

    “Your ‘Leadership Lessons from Silicon Valley’ webcast was filled with great leadership management tools, participatory interactions with all attendees (good networking opportunity), and great follow-up materials. It was well worth my time and I learned some very actionable tools.”

    Marge Josephson
    VP, HR & Operational Services at Bay City Capital LLC

  • Debbie Teryison
    01/25/2022 at 3:25 pm

    “Your session at our off-site was spot on and received positive feedback from the team. It energized people to take a different approach in assessing their audiences and positively influencing them to arrive at collaborative decisions.”

    Debbie Teryison
    Head of Performance Management and Shared Services, Silicon Valley Bank

  • Karen Farrington
    01/25/2022 at 3:24 pm

    “Thank you for a terrific presentation for the Southern Ice Exchange. I really appreciated how you listened to what we were looking for and customized the session to what we needed. With this group the interactive component was critical. Your facilitating skills were right on and kept the session moving along and pertinent for the attendees. We got many positive comments from members who felt it was one of the best keynotes we have had in a while.”
    Karen Farrington
    CMP, Suncoast Meetings

  • Arlene ‘Pinky’ Israel Mante
    02/13/2021 at 1:45 pm

    “Apart from learning the value of psychological safety, it was quite a rich experience discussing my views with different attendees. The virtual breakout room experience was a first for me and I was glad Rebecca paved the way for this! I made new friends from across the world—now that’s something you don’t get in an ordinary day!”

    Arlene ‘Pinky’ Israel Mante
    Head of HR & Facilities Management Services at GMCAC Cebu, Philippines

    Keynote Talks - Virtual

  • Susan Purifoy
    10/13/2019 at 1:39 pm

    “You were AWESOME. Very engaging and the content was really great. We would love to have you again, if you would agree to a repeat performance!!”

    Susan Purifoy
    Sr. Marketing Manager, Copper Conferencing-Business Webinar Serires

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Suzianti Abdul Latip
    09/13/2019 at 1:42 pm

    “The participants [senior managers] loved your program and it’s rare to get such positive response.”

    Suzianti Abdul Latip
    Training Director, BIBD (bank), Brunei

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Olivier Lenoir
    08/13/2019 at 1:38 pm

    “The feedback from your session was extremely positive. Thank you not only for sharing your expertise with our participants, but in being willing to customize the program to fit our situations. All responses were enthusiastic about the content and the overall quality of the talk, and we had great feedback on your presentation. We hope to have the opportunity to welcome you back again soon for another wonderful session.”

    Olivier Lenoir
    General Manager at Grand Hyatt Singapore

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Dzmitry Bazhko
    05/13/2019 at 1:39 pm

    “I want to send you words of gratitude for all your efforts before and during the Airbnb [conference]. Thank you for the time and ingenuity you dedicated to planning and delivering your presenation. It was a great pleasure to see your enthusiasm, intelligence, and willingness to share knowledge. We can’t say thank you enough for you hard work, flexibility, and poise.”

    Dzmitry Bazhko
    Project Manager, Airbnb

    Keynote Talk - Live

  • Chip Conley
    05/13/2019 at 1:36 pm

    “Rebecca Morgan is the only speaker who is on the big stage twice, so you know she’s popular and her message is impactful. Rebecca has a second session because she had a line out the door at last year’s conference.”

    Chip Conley
    Head of Global Hospitality & Strategy, Airbnb

    Keynote Talk - Live

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