Most corporate professionals are struggling with being productive as they adjust to working from home.

Concerns about health, job security, and social upheaval for themselves and their loved ones weigh on them. As do new distractions and responsibilities.

By creating psychological safety at work, leaders can better manage and motivate their remote teams for greater employee engagement, innovation, and productivity.

Having psychological safety means being even more conscious of the emotional strain team members are facing. It provides them with a healthy, safe place to be vulnerable and have their voice heard, as well as ensuring better understanding and communication at work.

This can help them continue to grow their skills to create a foundation for your company’s success over the next 1-5 years.

Rebecca Will Help You and Your Work-at-Home Team

  • Create high performance utilizing validated assessments
  • Better meet your current and future business goals.
  • Improve handling today’s challenges and tomorrow’s disruptions
  • Create strategies and use new tools to be more productive.
  • Identify and develop skills critical for individual and team  success.
  • Enhance remote relationships from colleagues to customers

Get Solutions to Your Remote-Team Challenges

Rebecca is one of the most respected and sought-after team leadership development and performance strategy experts in America and internationally.

A savvy businesswoman and bestselling author, she now leverages the virtual platform to speak, facilitate, and present on how to use psychological safety to work on your remote-team productivity challenges.

How Rebecca Works to Increase Your Team’s Effectiveness

Recent Events and News

Visit our new “Video Clips” section with brief clips from recent presentations.

Rebecca got the attendees involved at the Asia CEO Forum Women’s Empowerment Forum in,Manila.

Rebecca Morgan Asia CEO Forum

Rebecca Morgan speaking at the Asia CEO Forum, Manila

In Kuala Lumpur, the company Leaderonomics interviewed Rebecca about the “Communication Continuum,” a key part of her presentation on authentic leadership. Here’s the short piece::


Delivering a highly customized talk to a capacity crowd of 300 international attendees in Paris at a users group for a large multi-national company. Rebecca got them involved and they loved it! Some said her session made their trip worth the time and expense. Her two sessions were so popular, the client asked her to add a third session.

Rebecca Morgan speaking at Airbnb

  • “It was quite inspiring and insightful session” —Daniel
  • “You had a great presentation.” –Vagelis
  • “It was a great pleasure learning from you. Thank you so much for sharing your expertise as a host. Your session alone was worth my trip to Paris! –Alice
  • “Thanks for your very interesting session in Paris and all those usefull hints.” –Suse
  • “I attended your presentation. It was brilliant!” –Carlos
  • “My husband and I attended your session. It was by far our favorite session. We have incorporated MANY of the suggestions from that day’s session.” —Jackie
  • “I learned much from your presentation. IMHO, you were one of the best presenters in Paris” –Lia


Rebecca spoke at a special Bangkok Rotary event on “Authentic Leadership” This was a fund raiser for Together We Can Change the World, a non-profit serving disadvantaged SE Asian women and children.



Rebecca spoke for the Professional Marketing Association of Myanmar in Yangon. She presented “Effectively Growing Your Key Talent: Are You Sunlight and Water or Just Manure?”



Presenting at the premier Turkish HR conference in Istanbul — one of only two Americans asked to speak. The program was “The Power of Our Words.” Five-hundred HR professionals crammed the room; the program was simultaneously translated into Turkish for those with rudimentary English.

Peryon HR Conference