Coming Events

Bob will speaking at these upcoming events.
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Recent Events
Izumi Garden Residence Conference Room
Deutsches Institut fur Japanstudien, Tokyo
Deutsches Institut fur Japanstudien, Tokyo
Developing Your Career, Embracing Your Dreams
Tokyo American Club, Tokyo
Tokyo American Club, Tokyo
Balcony Restaurant, Tokyo
Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo
Japan Writers Conference at Iwate National University, Morioka, Iwate
Creating Your Bright Future
Keio University Hiyoshi Campus, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Balcony Restaurant, Tokyo
Lessons in Leadership From Japan
Evening Program sponsored by the Japan-America Society of Chicago evening
Lessons in Leadership From Japan
Luncheon meeting sponsored by the Japan-Canada Society
Build Your Dream Career in Education
Boston University, Boston, MA
Lessons in Leadership From Japan
Boston University, Boston, MA
Japanese Design Thinking
University of Pittsburgh Katz School of Business, Pittsburgh, PA
Japan Society of Georgia + Georgia Tech Joint Program
Atlanta, GA
Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference
Nashville, TN




“Bob Tobin is an expert on how to turn around an organization, a team, or a life. In his book, ‘What Do You Want to Create Today,’ he shares his potent wisdom for adding meaning and passionate productivity to your workplace.”
— Mark Levy, Founder of Levy Innovation and author of “Accidental Genius: Using Writing to Generate Your Best Ideas, Insight, and Content”

“Bob Tobin’s essential new book gets at the heart of today’s professional challenge: a choice between following the ‘safe’ path, which is getting less secure every day, and finding the courage to create a unique and amazing life. Mixing professional insights with engaging personal anecdotes, Tobin has provided a smart and practical guide for anyone who wants to get inspired and take action.”
— Dorie Clark, author of Reinventing You and HBR/Forbes contributor

“Bob is an inspiration.”
— Garr Reynolds, bestselling author of Presentation Zen and The Naked Presenter

“Bob Tobin’s approach to career satisfaction starts with the most important element: YOU. This is an important book for anyone wondering why they are not happy at work and what they can do to change that.”
— Melanie Billings-Yun, PhD, author of Beyond Dealmaking