Keynote & after dinner speaking.
Understanding the human mind and how it is evolving, bears relevance to audiences right across the public and private sector - from solving workforce issues, nurturing leadership and inspiring creativity, to understanding the consumers of the future.
Susan Greenfield has delivered captivating keynote talks, lectures and after dinner speeches for organisations across a wide variety of sectors including finance, technology, human resources, media and education.
Most recently, Susan has delivered talks for the following organisations - McKinsey's, Investec, Deutsche Bank, Barclays Corporate, Egon Zehnder International, CoreNet Global, KION Group, Pearlfisher and Newcastle University.
- The future of the mind
- The neuroscience of creativity
- Science, policy and politics
- Dementia: current and future prospects
- How the brain works
- Women in science
To see some of Susan's past events, please click here.
"I wanted to sincerely thank you for your wonderful presentations. They were stimulating, challenging and entirely engaging. Your keynote address was perfectly pitched and it set a particularly positive tone for the remainder of the conference." - Paula Teggelove, PROPSYCH
"The feedback has been excellent. Susan and her eye-opening predictions for the future were one of the hits of the event. Please do pass on my thanks." - Adrian Cox, Head of Communications and Marketing, Deutsche Bank - Global Markets
"Can you please pass on my sincere thanks to Susan for attending and speaking at our event last Tuesday. I have received nothing but extremely favourable feedback from our guests and Susan's contribution certainly made the evening a huge success." -Andrew Davies, Relationship Director, Barclay's Corporate
"We are all still on a high from her time with us – it was 'awesome' as some of the boys said!" - Mathew White PhD, Director of Wellbeing & Positive Education, St Peters College
"Thank you for your participation on IWF's global stage last week as we explored Balance and Power in the 21st Century with 750 leaders.It was our distinct pleasure to have you with us, and we thank you for making a difference." - Lillie Richardella, Chief Executive Officer, IWF
"This success would not have been possible to achieve without your considerable input and expertise, and i would like to express our thanks for the time you gave to presenting at the event." -Katy Parkinson, on behalf of The Biopharmaceutical Conference
"I am writing to thank you for your contribution to LSIS's National Teaching and Learning Fair on the 29th June. The event was extremely successful, with your keynote on the neuroscience of learning singled out for particular praise. On the basis of the feedback recieved we know that the delegates left inspired and enthusiastic about what they can do to promte excellence in teaching and learning, with some delegates referring to your contribution as 'awe-inspiring' and determined to do some reading in and around the area." -Rob Wye, Chief Executive, Learning and Skills Improvement Service
"A big thank you to Susan for taking part-she was absolutely brilliant and made the evening the success it was. I couldn't have been more impressed and we all learnt a huge amount over the course of her 15 minute presentation; it was a masterful performance and it was an honour for us to have such an eminent scientist speak about work." - Daisey Leitch, on behalf of 5x15
"I hope that by now you have been thanked officially by the organising committee for your electrifying presentation at the Oxfordshire Heads' Conference. Many people have commented to me about how valuable and indeed, inspiring, they found it and it has been very easy for me to concur."- Peter Cansell, Headteacher
"A brief note to thank you again for your tremendous performance at Citrus last night.You judged the audience perfectly and delivered exactly what was wanted: very relevant to what the majority of those in the room do for a living, and yet of enormous general interest too (especially, I suspect, to those of us with children). We could have gone on all night with questions but I think we definitely left on a high: I spoke to a number of people after you left and all were unanimous in praise. I went on to have some very enjoyable discussions around some of the topics you touched on, which I think is always a sign of a well-received talk." - Ed Hardy, Citrus, networking group
"The Talk last night was fantastic. I have had a lot of excellent feedback and i personally felt that it was the best talk we have had yet at the Science and Maths Society. As someone who previously knew only little about the brain and conciousness I was fascinated throughout and have been thinking about some of the points raised ever since! it was a completely captivating talk and I am extremely grateful to Baroness Greenfield for taking the time to come and give this talk." - Hannah Moody, Chemistry representative, Somerville College, Oxford