Susan Greenfield

Scientist • Writer • Broadcaster

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Public Speaking

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
  • Consciousness
  • The neuroscience of creativity
  • Science, policy and politics
  • Dementia: current and future prospects
  • How the brain works
  • Women in science

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We so enjoyed having you as the keynote speaker for our inaugural ‘The Good Childhood Conference’. Your presentations were compelling and engaging and we received much positive feedback from the delegates. Our guests on Thursday night also greatly appreciated having the opportunity to hear from you. It was exactly what we wanted – encouraging conversations about what constitutes a good childhood. Sandie De Wolf - Chief Executive Officer for Berry
"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
"Susan's address was stunning. I have had an overwhelmingly positive response from our staff and from our conference delegates. We hope to keep in touch with Susan. Hopefully, she might be willing to return to King's in the future." Rob Chandler, Director of Staff Development, The K