Sheena Iyengar has spoken to audiences and firms all over the world on topics ranging from leadership development and choice management to healthcare and women’s rights. She has given keynotes for Deloitte, E&Y, AIG, and CapGemini, among many others, and regularly gives talks for Akshaya Patra to help raise money to increase access to education amongst the poor in India.
She is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Asian University for Women (AUW) and of the Kenjin-Tatsujin Council, the 100-Year Vision advisory group to Ashinaga.
Taking a close look at the choices we make every day, Sheena Iyengar offers insight into why choosers across the world don’t all see choice in the same way or to the same extent.
Sheena Iyengar tackles the hard problem of what businesses should do when their consumers are overwhelmed by options. Presenting lab-tested techniques, she reveals step-by-step how retailers can create an easier and more effective choice-making experience for their customers.
Choice is one of the most powerful tools we have for shaping our selves, our lives, and our futures. In this talk, Sheena Iyengar teaches us how we can master it.
How should we choose when there’s no one right option? Sheena Iyengar reveals the deeply personal dimension behind even our most trivial decisions, illuminating the uncomfortable dilemmas choice often presents.