Robert Sutton

Professor of Management Science, Engineering & Organisational Behaviour

How to hire Robert Sutton

Contact the Champions Speakers Agency to provisionally enquire about hiring Robert Sutton for your next event, today. To get in touch, simply call an official booking agent on 0207 1010 553 or email us at [email protected] for more information.

** We do not accept requests for autographs, signed merchandise, fan mail, birthday messages or any other non-commercial contact with the speakers or acts. Each speaker on the website may not have necessarily worked with Champions in the past but are known to perform such engagements within the industry.

When he is booked for events, Bob is known to discuss the following speaking topics.

  • Scaling Your Company
  • Leadership
  • Workplace Conflicts
  • Change Management
  • Innovation
  • Personal Development
  • Stress Management

“Bob was great, he was so easy to work with and made a real effort to customize his content to our business’ needs. He was accessible, flexible, and spot-on in his delivery.” - Microsoft

“Bob was fantastic. He has an energy level that is off the charts and backs it up with real passion. He connected with the audience perfectly. The content was interesting to the partners and all the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. He had a real impact on the event.” - Better by Design

“Bob did an amazing job of reaching our audience by relating personal experiences and examples across various industries that held relevance for an industry that is centuries old and is driven by relationships, new products, news and fun.” - Anheuser Bush

  • 2017 – Published The Asshole Survival Guide.
  • 2014 – Published Scaling Up Excellence: Getting to More Without Settling for Less.
  • 2014 – Ranked 10th in The American Management Association’s Top 30 Leaders who Influenced Business.
  • 2014 – Received the Sumantra Ghoshal Award.
  • 2010 – Published Good Boss, Bad Boss.
  • 2007 – Published The No Asshole Rule.
  • 2006 – Published Hard Facts, Dangerous Half-Truths & Total Nonsense
  • 2005 – Academy of Management Review’s award for Best Published Article.
  • 2002 – Published Weird Ideas That Work.
  • 2002 – Named Business 2.0’s Management Guru.
  • 1999 – Published The Knowing-Doing Gap: How Smart Companies Turn Knowledge into Action.
  • 1989 – Academy of Management Journal’s award for Best Published Paper.
  • 1983 – Joined the Stanford University’s faculty.
  • Hosts the popular podcast, The Friction Project, for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program.