Offerings

Workplace Strategy, Coaching, Keynotes & Workshops

Speaking & Workshops

Bring Your Human to Work: Honoring Relationships and Integrating Technology in the Workplace
This keynote/workshop is targeted to managers and leaders who find themselves up against the wall of the digital deluge, and wanting to make a change.

Managing Millennials with Ease: Just Honor Relationships
For leaders and managers who want to appeal to and retain early career professionals in their business. Erica offers three sure-fire ways to honor relationships, which is critical if you want to keep your business current, connected, and relevant to every generation.

Never Caught Up: How to Maximize Productivity, Minimize Stress, and Find Fulfillment Along the Way
Erica, along with longtime friend and colleague Barbara Reich, have applied their years in business, management consulting, and organization development to design an analytical approach to help women feel more productive, less stressed, and more fulfilled.

Spaghetti Project

The Spaghetti Project is a platform devoted to sharing the science and impact of human connections with global brands, community groups, teams and individuals. Inspired by a 2015 Cornell study showing that firemen who eat together are better at their jobs (they save more lives!), founder and longtime workplace strategist Erica Keswin has made it her business to help people honor relationships. And as a hats-off to the firemen and their go-to firehouse meal, she calls her work the Spaghetti Project. Offerings include live events, workshops, retreats, partnerships, podcasts, research, publishing, and keynotes. And of course, spaghetti and meatballs are served.

More on the Spaghetti Project:

The Spaghetti Project
Corporate Roundtables
Community Gatherings
Upcoming Events

Coaching

From 2006 to 2009, Erica was an executive coach at NYU’s Stern’s School of Business, and her work has positioned her to coach some of the top leaders and companies in the country. For individuals and teams seeking ways to connect the dots between people and performance, Erica brings a wealth of experience, insight, and action plans to the table.