Robert 'Reb' Rebele
Consultant, writer and educator, based at UPenn
Robert "Reb" Rebele is a consultant and educator with the University of Pennsylvania and the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), as well as a range of corporate, technology, non-profit, and educational organizations. Reb frequently collaborates with Dr. Adam Grant of the Wharton School on research and application projects related to employee motivation, reciprocity styles, and helping behaviors in the workplace. His blog "A Good Day’s Work" explores these and other topics on Psychology Today. Reb earned his Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) degree in 2010 at the University of Pennsylvania, where he studied work/life design and the relationship between writing and well-being. He continues to teach in the MAPP program as a guest lecturer, curriculum consultant, and assistant instructor. When he is not caught up in conversation with a student, professor, friend or colleague about some big idea, Reb can usually be found at home in Philadelphia with his wife, Amy, and their terrier mutt, Bugsy.