Dr Michelle Dickinson is an international keynote speaker and
with her busy schedule booking early is advised.
With two decades experience in the tech sector and co-authoring a bestselling book on innovation Michelle brings these subjects to life with her energetic and hands on talks.
‘Are robots going to take our jobs?’ ‘How do you become innovative?’ and ‘What does the future of technology look like?’ are just a few popular talks that Michelle creates for your industry needs.
As a big advocate for learning, Michelle is always happy to speak at your school or community event, however please understand that as she receives several requests a week to do this, she may not be able to commit to all requests.
For professional speaking and events Michelle can be booked through her agent Johnson and Laird
For school visits and other not-for-profit speaking please email email@example.com
Book Michelle For Your Next Event
Having Michelle at the the French Embassy’s Night of Ideas played a crucial part in the success of our event. Her energy, witty comments and availability with our audience were an amazing contribution to the night. We would definitely recommend working with her!
Michelle is an inspiration and has a way of taking complex concepts and communicating them in memorable and approachable ways. Michelle is an impossible person who will reframe your understand of the world and change the way that you think about what’s possible.
The best keynote speaker I personally have seen in 10 years. Michelle was engaging, funny, easy to listen to and an all round lovely person. The delegates have not stopped talking about how excellent her presentation was.
public speaking coaching
For those wanting to improve their public speaking skills, Michelle teamed up with Microsofts Dr James Whittaker to discuss the introverts and the extroverts guide for “How to Rock the Stage”.
The slides associated with the talk can be viewed here, but we agreed that the general rules to follow for a successful presentation are:
Have one key message, Make sure you are well prepared, Start strong, Use props wisely, Use voice control, Body language, Nail the Landing. It won’t help you with your nerves, but it might help you to prepare for your first or even your fiftieth public talk.