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Ryan Holiday, Media Strategist, International Best-selling Author & Host of "The Daily Stoic" Podcast

By age 33, his philosophically driven bestselling books have sold over five million copies and spent more than 200 weeks on bestseller lists. His books are taught in colleges and marketing programs around the world, and have directly influenced Super Bowl-winning teams like the New England Patriots, NBA Champions like the San Antonio Spurs, and Olympic Gold Medalists, as well as sitting Senators, military leaders and some most important companies in the world like Google, Twitter and Microsoft.

Johnny C. Taylor Jr., SHRM-SCP, President and CEO, Society for Human Resource Management

Taylor is a leader on the future of employment, culture and leadership whose expertise is often called upon by Congress. He authors a weekly USA Today column, "Ask HR," and is the bestselling author of “RESET: A Leader’s Guide to Work in an Age of Upheaval.” A licensed lawyer in Florida, Illinois, and Washington, D.C., Taylor is also a fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources.

Matt Wallaert, Head of Behavioral Science, frog

For almost 20 years, Matt has been applying behavioral science to practical problems. After leaving academia, his career as an executive lead from startups to the Fortune 500, before joining frog as the Head of Behavioral Science. Matt writes and speaks about how the cycle of behavioral strategy, insights, design and impact evaluation can help us build products and services that change behavior.

In his book Start At The End and other writings, as well as hundreds of talks from the UN to SXSW, Wallaert details how the cycle of behavioral strategy, insights, design, and impact evaluation can help us build products and services that change behavior. From the janitor to the CEO, his approachable frameworks show how everyone can incorporate behavioral science into what they do, no PhD required.

Liz Fosslien & Mollie West Duffy, Co-authors of Wall Street Journal best-selling book

Liz and Mollie are the co-authors of the Wall Street Journal best-selling book, “No Hard Feelings” and the best-selling book “Big Feelings”. Their work has been featured on “Good Morning America”, “NPR”, The New York Times, Harvard Business Review and The Economist. Liz is an expert on how to make work better, and leads content and communications at Humu. Mollie is an expert in organizational and leadership development and was previously an organizational design lead at global innovation firm IDEO.

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