Robert Henry Quinn was a Massachusetts attorney and politician. All Content ©2020 Center for Positive Organizations, Emphasize Bright Spots and See Strengths in New Ways, Partner Product: Give and Take Assessment, Positive organizational scholarship and agents of change, Positive leadership and adding value - a lifelong journey, Co-creating the Classroom Experience to Transform Learning and Change Lives, Seeing and realizing organizational potential: Activating conversations that challenge assumptions, The Economics of Higher Purpose: Eight Counterintuitive Steps for Creating a Purpose-Driven Organization, Election pain: A springboard to a better life. If you’d like to go beyond just a speaking engagement, contact LIfT Consulting here.. Congratulations to the 2020 ESPY Award Winners: Kevin Love , Nelson Cruz , Kim Chavel and Taquarius Wair . Robert E. Quinn’s life mission is to inspire positive change. He does this as a faculty member, author, consultant and speaker. Quinn was born January 30, 1928 in Boston, Massachusetts. © 2020 Robert E. Quinn. Our associates and our clients tell us we are a different kind of organization, one that cares about others. Bob works with LIfT Consulting on large-scale change projects.  He was the youngest of seven children. Check out the cover story in HBR by Bob Quinn & Anjan Thakor, Click HERE to learn about my latest book. He recognized that we needed help integrating the two existing cultures to create a new, vibrant culture for the combined entity. I worked with Bob Quinn and his associates over 10 years ago during a time of tremendous change following a merger between my organization and a competitor. The Harvard Business Review has selected his paper, “Moments of Greatness: Entering the Fundamental State of Leadership,” as one of their 10 Must Reads on Managing Yourself. , Following his defeat, co-founded the Quinn and Morris law firm and was a prominent lobbyist. His book, The Best Teacher in You won the Ben Franklin Award designating it the best book in education for 2015. We are a mission driven organization where many people speak about their work as their “calling,” something we learned from Bob. Quinn recovered after spending three years in the hospital. If you’d like to go beyond just a speaking engagement, contact LIfT Consulting here.. , Quinn died in Falmouth, Massachusetts on January 12, 2014 at the age of 85. Audiences regularly describe the experience as personal, powerful and practical and they leave the event knowing better who they are and the result they want to create. , Quinn received a scholarship to Boston College High School and attended Boston College on a football scholarship. Call 888.550.6672 to find Robert Quinn speaker fees and booking agent contact info. Instead of just talking about change, Robert Quinn actually helps people change. Our organization has been successful based on a number of different metrics in part because we have a low turnover rate and can attract great talent. Robert E. Quinn has one of the highest rates of repeat engagements in the speaking industry. He is the Margaret Elliot Tracy Professor Emeritus at the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business. Call 800-916-6008 to contact our booking agents about Robert Quinn speaker fees, appearances, endorsements and autograph signings. Quinn was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1957 to 1969 and the speaker of that body from 1967 to 1969. He is a professor emeritus at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and one of the co-founders of the Center for Positive Organizations. He went on to finish college and graduated from Harvard Law School in 1955. As a consultant he has 35 years of experience and is best known for the competing values framework, a tool that has been used by tens of thousands of managers. He is considered one of the leading practitioners of positive organizational scholarship in the world. Robert E. Quinn Best-selling author, Speaker, Co-Founder of CPOS at University of Michigan, and Thought Partner on Leadership and Change Alexandria, Virginia 500+ connections In 1970, Quinn championed legislation that offered financial incentives to law enforcement officers who pursued higher education, which became known as the "Quinn Bill". The senior team of the combined organization included several leaders from each of the previous organizations, including the president. All right reserved. Learn how to grow yourself and your organization by clicking HERE. He also served as chairman of the board of trustees of University of Massachusetts (1981-1986) and the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority. , Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, Massachusetts House of Representatives' 9th Suffolk district, 165th Massachusetts General Court (1967-1968), "Robert H. Quinn, former Mass. We take that as a great compliment and I know it started with the work that Bob Quinn did with us back in 2004.