Rewriting the
Future of Work
with Adam Grant

June 7, 2022 | 11 a.m. PST

Get ready to rethink your fundamental assumptions and build a learning organization with organizational psychologist, New York Times best-selling author, and Wharton's top-rated professor for seven years in a row: Adam Grant. 

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Adam Grant has been recognized as Wharton's top-rated professor for seven years in a row. He’s also recognized as one of the world’s 10 most influential management thinkers. Adam hosts WorkLife, a chart-topping TED original podcast. His viral piece on languishing was the most-read New York Times article of 2021 and the most-saved article across all platforms.


Adam is also the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Think Again, Give and Take, Originals, Option B, and Power Moves. One of the ten most influential management thinkers in the world, Adam’s TED talks have been viewed over 30 million times.


Adam Grant

Organizational psychologist at Wharton - Bestselling author of Think Again - Host of the WorkLife podcast

Meet the Panelists

Abbey Lunney
Abbey Lunney Director of Trends & Thought Leadership, The Harris Poll
Abbey Lunney uses data to decode human behavior and tell the stories of why people make the decisions they do. She builds research-driven insights for clients across industries, including finance, automotive, education, health, entertainment, and more. Designed to capture emerging tensions and trends from a future-forward lens, her work has been featured at Davos, Cannes, and SXSW, among others.
Erica Alioto
Erica Alioto Global Head of People, Grammarly
Erica Alioto is Grammarly’s chief coach, scout, and cheerleader—ensuring that Grammarly supports the goals and opportunities of a growing, diverse workforce. An active advisor and angel investor in early-stage startups, she’s also passionate about investing in women founders and creating more access and opportunity for women to invest in startups. Erica began her career as a lawyer before joining Yelp in its startup years, growing it from fewer than 15 employees to more than 5,000 and overseeing 2,200 as Senior VP of Local Sales. She later became Opendoor’s Chief People Officer.