Ed Lawler enjoys public speaking and has given numerous talks to a wide variety of audiences. He typically gives several speeches a month and has spoken in many European, Central and South American, African and Asian countries. The audiences for his talks have included general managers, executives, government officials, organization development specialists and human resource management professionals. He enjoys speaking to, and working with, relatively small groups as well as very large audiences. He has recently been giving presentations that involve distance learning.

His speaking engagements have addressed a wide range of topics. When he talks to general management audiences, he usually addresses issues of organization design, change management, organization effectiveness, and talent management.  Most recently he has been asked to speak on attracting and retaining critical talent and creating agile, high-speed, organizations.

Ed frequently speaks to human resource management audiences. When he addresses these groups, he often talks about his work on pay and reward systems. In many of his recent presentations he has talked about his experience in redesigning the human resources function to create a better business partnership.

For more information, please contact Ed Lawler directly:

Tel: (213) 740-9814
Email: elawler@marshall.usc.edu

 

 
Built to Change: How to Achieve Sustained Organizational Effectiveness , by Ed Lawler and Christopher Worley, is now available.

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Management Reset: Organizing for Sustainable Effectiveness, the latest book by Ed Lawler, is now available.

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Watch a video of Ed Lawler discussing his career.
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For Ed Lawler's complete curriculum vita
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For Ed Lawler's background information click here.

For the Built to Change press release click here.