I enjoy speaking to both academic audiences, to specialized companies and to the general public. I have considerable experience I have won a number of awards for my teaching and lecturing. If you'd like to discuss arrangements for a lecture or workshop, either contact my literary agent, Kris Dahl of International Creative Management (KDahl@icmtalent.com), or e-mail me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Examples of recent invited talks:
–On the topic of time (see my book, “A Geography of Time”)
• “A Geography of Time”
• “Time, Money and Happiness”
–On persuasion (see my book, “The Power of Persuasion: How We're Bought and Sold”)
• “Persuasion, Manipulation and Mind Control”
• “The Psychology of Selling: My Brief Career as a Used Car Salesman”
–To companies and corporations:
• “Time, Culture and Thinking about the Future”
• “The Psychology of Trust”
–The psychology of kindness and compassion.
• “The Kindness of Strangers: Where do People Help?” (This talk focuses on my field experiments on helping behavior in cities around the United States and the world.
• Finding the Schindler Button: How to Create a Hero-in-Waiting
I also do consulting with both non-profit and for profit organizations, most often concerning one or more of my specialties: the psychology of persuasion, the psychology of time and its consequences, and/or understanding cultural differences and communication. I have worked with organizations both within the United States and internationally. I have recently, for example, spoken to groups at Google and Apple. You can contact either my literary agent, Kris Dahl of International Creative Management (KDahl@icmtalent.com), or e-mail me directly (email@example.com) for further information.
“Anyone who does marketing outside their immediate time zone, country, continent, hemisphere--should read Robert Levine's book, ‘A Geography of Time.’ When you read this book you will come away with a complete new understanding of cultural values.”
–Virginia McCarty, McCarty & Associates, Strategic Marketing