Dr. Brian Little
Award-Winning Psychology Professor
Described as “a cross between Robin Williams and Einstein,” Dr. Brian Little employs equal doses of humour and intelligence to explain how our personal communication styles influence our experiences with colleagues and clients. He is a personality psychologist and an expert in personality differences, group dynamics, and project management. Elected a “Favourite Professor” by the graduating classes of Harvard for three consecutive years, he absolutely delights audiences with his prowess at the podium.
Dr. Little lectures in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University; is an Affiliated Scholar at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University; and holds a joint position as Distinguished Research Professor in Psychology at Carleton University. He received his PhD in psychology from the University of California at Berkeley.
Awarded the 3M Fellowship, Canada’s highest award for university teaching, Dr. Little was also the inaugural recipient of the Royal Bank Faculty Fellowship in University Teaching at McGill University.
Dr. Little’s research has been recognized by his election to Fellowships in the Canadian Psychological Association; the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard; and as a G. Stanley Hall Lecturer—on two occasions—for the American Psychological Association.