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About the Summit

The Peak Work Performance Summit is a collaborative project with the goal of helping people live happier, healthier and more productive lives, through popularizing evidence-based research.

We’ve gathered the world’s leading authorities on the science of peak performance and invited them to share their insights with you. The event is completely free and takes place between April 18 and April 27, 2017. Every day, you’ll receive access to discussions with a new set of productivity experts, all focused on delivering actionable recommendations.

If you’d like to own a copy of the Summit, you can purchase a Lifetime Access Pass, which allows you to view the material at your own pace, from the comfort of your own home.  The Lifetime Access Pass includes extended access to the videos, audio recordings and transcripts of every interview, and practical tips for putting the research-based suggestions to use. With the Lifetime Access Pass, you get all of the strategies for achieving peak work performance discussed in the Summit, available to you whenever you need them.

A portion of the net proceeds generated from sales of the Lifetime Access Pass will be donated to charity.

 

 

About Your Host

Ron Friedman, Ph.D. is an award-winning social psychologist who specializes in human motivation, and the author of a highly-acclaimed new book called The Best Place to Work: The Art and Science of Creating an Extraordinary Workplace.

He regularly delivers keynotes and trainings on the science of workplace excellence, and is a frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, CNN, Forbes, Fast Company, and Psychology Today.

 

Special Thanks

The Peak Work Performance Summit would not be possible without the help of some extraordinary people. Thank you Matt for the incredible design and technical skill. Thank you Will for a remarkable trailer. Thank you Donna for the thorough research. Thank you to all the speakers who generously shared their profound insights. And thank you Susan Peirce Thompson, David Burkus, and Heidi Grant Halvorson for the inspiration.