Crystal Kadakia is a valued org transformation & effectiveness consultant, two-time TEDx speaker, and author. She has taught interactive programs around the world, challenging audiences to expand their worldviews and leverage the possibilities of those ideas that are different and new for a wide range of workplace topics. She works alongside leaders and changemakers to create and implement initiatives that further the potential of people and planet. Her work is deeply informed by her lived experience of constantly bridging opposing ways of being and enjoying change.
Her latest book Social Equations: The STEM Professional’s User Guide to Building Positive Relationships empowers STEM professionals to build their capability to navigate social dynamics so their ideas move beyond themselves and take shape out in the world. Her other books include The Millennial Myth, Designing for Modern Learning and Your Career: How To Make It Happen. Crystal began her professional career in chemical engineering at Proctor & Gamble and later completed her Masters in Organization Development from Pepperdine University.
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