Technology/Future of Work
Writer. Speaker. Voice.
Hi, i'm Steve
I wear a few hats. In my case, these hats have a common thread, which is about people and work. I have built up substantial expertise in my careers in the areas where people and technology interact. That's why I am repeatedly called upon to speak or write about technology issues such as cybersecurity, remote work and virtual reality. I am also passionate about people.
But I am a performer at heart. That is why I am a keynote speaker and have also been a performing musician since the age of sixteen. I continue to do both of these things, as well as performing as a voice actor, delivering narration for podcasts and videos.
I am a specialist in organizational psychology, with a focus on how humans learn how to interact with each other and with technology in the workplace, in person and remotely as individuals, team members and/or leaders. I worked with a wide range of organizations over my career, helping to establish best practices for workplace productivity and employee retention. I have worked with governments, major banks, tech titans like Cisco and SAP, and also with individuals.
I am also a visiting lecturer at Ontario Tech University, a new university already enjoying an enviable reputation as a future faced, high-tech, and socially responsible institution. I teach courses in management excellence, workplace innovation and change management - courses that I have developed and which are based on my work.
In addition to my books, I have a podcast, CoolTimeLife, and I host the Monday and Friday editions of CISO Series Cybersecurity Headlines, the CloudTweaks podcast series, Know Your Adversary, and I co-host some episodes of The Art of Management podcasts with management expert Jack Skeels, as well as producing and sometimes co-hosting the podcast of leadership expert Roz Usheroff.
The hamburger menu at the top of this page will take you to the specific things that I can do. Also, my voice actor website is here and my music site is here.
Check out the most recent episode of CoolTimeLife: