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Ron McMillan is a New York Times bestselling author, keynote speaker, and leading social scientist for organizational change, recognized as a subject-matter expert in influence, leadership, and workplace communication.
For thirty years, Ron McMillan has delivered engaging keynotes at major conferences including the American Society of Training and Development and the Society for Human Resource Management. His work has been translated into 28 languages, is available in 36 countries, and has generated results for 300 of the Fortune 500.
For the past thirty years, Ron McMillan has conducted social science research to help leaders and organizations achieve new levels of performance. Specifically, he has focused on human behavior—the underlying written and unwritten rules that shape what employees do every day.
A protégé of Albert Bandura, the world’s greatest living psychologist, Ron McMillan’s internationally published research led to the development of his four books and award-winning training solutions of the same titles. These tools have helped more than one million people and 300 of the Fortune 500 companies change human behavior.
Ron McMillan is coauthor of four New York Times bestsellers: Crucial Conversations, Crucial Accountability, Influencer, and Change Anything.
Recognized as a subject-matter expert in influence, leadership, and workplace communication, Ron McMillan has been featured widely in the national media including on NPR and CNN International as well as in the New York Times, Inc. magazine, T&D Magazine, and the Chicago Tribune.
Ron McMillan has spoken at hundreds of conferences, conventions, and management retreats as well as delivered keynote addresses for Fortune 500 organizations including Lockheed Martin, AT&T, Nike, Project Management Institute, Association for Change Management Professionals.