Kerry Goyette works at the intersection of AI, emotional intelligence, leadership development, and neuroscience research. She is the Founder and President of Aperio Consulting Group, which uses workplace analytics and research-based strategies to build high-performance teams. Kerry has consulted for organizations around the world and has given keynotes at the Global HR Inside Summit in Austria and the 2018 Best Employers Awards in Barbados. Her TEDx Talk “Stop Trying to Motivate Your Employees,” which has been viewed more than a million times, tackles the well-intentioned, but often unsuccessful methods leaders use in employee engagement.
Kerry Goyette works at the intersection of behavioral science and artificial intelligence. Her firm, Aperio Consulting Group develops people analytics technologies, an emerging field dedicated to the analysis of employee and workforce data to reveal insights and provide recommendations to improve business outcomes.
Kerry has consulted for organizations around the world, where she leverages a high-relational, high-expertise approach.
As a thought leader, she has given keynotes at the Global HR Inside Summit in Austria and the Best Employers Awards in Barbados. Her popular TEDx Talk, “Stop Trying to Motivate Your Employees” tackles the well-intentioned, but often unsuccessful methods leaders use in employee engagement.
Kerry is the award-winning author of The Non-Obvious Guide to Emotional Intelligence, recently selected as one of the “Best Business Books” by Forbes magazine. Her work has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, CEO World Magazine, Inc., CNBC Make It, BNN Bloomberg, and Entrepreneur magazine. She is a Certified Professional Behavior Analyst, Certified Forensic Interviewer, active Angel Investor and serves on the University of Missouri MBA Advisory Board.
Kerry loves to travel with her husband, Joe, and her family, Bailey, Jana, Megan, and Wesley. The Goyette family is known for their intellectual curiosity, often debating current topics around the dinner table and encouraging one another to embrace the challenges around them.
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