Lois Kelly

Lois Kelly

LOIS KELLY

Lois is the co-author of the best-selling book, Rebels at Work: A Handbook for Leading Change from Within, co-founder of the Rebels At Work movement. Her articles have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and USA Today.

A former marketing executive working with Fortune 100 companies, Lois helps companies create thriving, empowered cultures by teaching people courage and resiliency.  She holds degrees in communications, business and positive psychology. Her top character strengths are integrity, appreciation of excellence, discipline, creativity and bravery.  You can read more about her at Foghound. Twitter: @LoisKelly and @RebelsatWork.

 
Daniel Doucette

Daniel Doucette

DANIEL DOUCETTE

Daniel is an organizational design and leadership advisor advocating a humanistic management mindset as the key to thriving workplaces. Daniel founded BraveShift to pursue this calling after 25 years in the international development sector, including 10 years as a CFO and COO. The patterns he experienced as a follower, a leader and a coach revealed the promise for greater success and fulfillment when going deeper than conventional management methods allow. Daniel applies his 4 Gutsy Stances method to guide his work today: Be Human. Be Purposeful. Be Lighthearted. Be Resilient. Twitter: @braveshift.

 
Jillian Reilly

Jillian Reilly

JILLIAN REILLY

Jillian Reilly is an author, speaker, and leadership consultant.  Having spent her career working in international development across Africa, Asia, and Central Europe Jillian now focuses on storytelling for social change:  telling her own stories and enabling others to do the same.  Jillian’s TEDx talk, Vain Aid, tells the story of her journey from do-gooder to Troublemaker and the lessons she’s learned about change making along the way. 

Jillian has been published in the Washington Post, Newsweek and the LA Times.  Her play, Pillow Talk, focusing on the intimate side of HIV/AIDS, was staged at the Harare International Festival of the Arts, and she is the author of her memoir, Shame: Confessions of an Aid Worker in Africa.    You can read more about her at www.jillianreilly.com. Twitter: @changingview.