Joe Robinson: Inspiring Smarter Work
Joe Robinson delivers keynote at the Human Talent Summit, Bogota, Colombia.
WORK-LIFE BALANCE trainer, speaker, and leader Joe Robinson is one of the country’s most quoted experts on work-life balance, productivity, and stress management. He has appeared on The Today Show, CNN, NBC Nightly News, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, and in the Wall Street Journal, Time, Fortune, the Los Angeles Times, and dozens of newspapers and radio stations around the country to discuss how to work smarter and break out of the burnout cycle.
HIS COMMENTARIES on the workplace are featured on the public radio program, Marketplace. His articles on the world of productivity and stress management appear in Entrepreneur Magazine, where he is a contributing editor. Joe has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Fast Company, and many others.
AS A TOP KEYNOTE SPEAKER and work-life balance, stress management, and time management trainer, he has inspired conferences and workshop audiences from IBM to Kellogg's, Nestle, Blackstone, Anheuser Busch (ABinBev), Capgemini, LEGO, New York City Public Health Department, Denver Fire and Rescue, Westin Hotels, the National Council for Behaviorial Health, Lockheed Martin, Fullerton School District, Exxon Mobil, the University of California at Los Angeles, Imagine Entertainment, and many more.
JOE TRAINED THE STAFF at the UCLA Counseling Center in techniques for resolving workplace stress and has coached individuals across the country and world, from CEOs to IT professionals, to work more effectively and cut stress.
HE IS AUTHOR of the acclaimed book, Work to Live, which shows through the science how to avoid reflex defaults that let the demands and devices manage us, instead of the other way around. He also created the audio program, the "Email Overload Survival Kit," the complete guide to controlling messaging.
BASED IN LOS ANGELES, California, Joe’s an avid hiker, salsa and samba aficionado, adventure traveler and music fan.