Workplace Intelligence is an award-winning thought leadership and research agency focused on the world of work. We help companies, and their executives, tell their workplace story in a meaningful, relevant, and impactful way using primary data, insights, and interviews. We work with our clients to develop, publish, and promote content that generates publicity and marketing leads, and positions them as industry leaders. What makes Workplace Intelligence unique is a combination of our deep knowledge of workplace trends, with our all-encompassing proprietary research process, media platform that reaches over 2 million people annually, our reputation and influence in the business media, and a 15-year track record of successfully elevating brands.
Founder & Managing Partner
Dan is the founder and Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence and a New York Times bestselling author. Dan is the author of three bestselling career books including Back to Human, Promote Yourself and Me 2.0.
Throughout his career, he’s conducted dozens of research studies and worked with major brands including American Express, GE, Microsoft, Virgin, IBM, Coca Cola and Oracle. Dan is the host of “5 Questions” podcast, where he distills the best career advice from the world’s most successful humans.
In addition, he has written countless articles for Forbes, Fortune, TIME, The Economist, Quartz, The World Economic Forum, The Harvard Business Review, The Guardian, and others. Considered “one of today’s more dynamic young entrepreneurs” by Inc. Magazine, Schawbel has been profiled or quoted in over 2,000 media outlets, such as NBC’s “The Today Show” and “Nightly News”, Fox News’s “Fox & Friends”, MSNBC’s “Your Business,” The Steve Harvey Show, The Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, Wired Magazine, GQ, The Economist, and NPR. He has been recognized on several lists including Inc. Magazine’s “30 Under 30”, Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30”, Business Insider’s “40 Under 40”, BusinessWeek’s “20 Entrepreneurs You Should Follow,” and as one of Workforce Magazine’s “Game Changers”.