Being innovation specialists, we can’t get enough of speaking about innovation. And the great thing is that what we do is relevant to all organisations, in any industry. We can tailor a keynote to exceed all expectations at your next event, or to ignite innovation fires within your organisation.
We’re sure you already know what a keynote is like, so here’s why we are different! We’ll be inspiring, passionate, funny and engaging, but we won’t leave you hanging. Often, innovation speakers are great at the inspiring part, but audiences leave thinking ‘well we’re not Google, how on earth do we do that!?’ We’ll make sure we leave you with clear and practical next steps, that you can start implementing as soon as you leave the room.
Here’s a taster of what you can expect:
Watch Amantha in action!
“Dr. Amantha Imber’s presentation was a standout at Atlassian’s 2019 Summit in Las Vegas. She presented on the theme of Personal and Work Productivity, teaching audience members how to find focus in a world of digital distractions and tech temptations. Rated amongst the highest sessions, Dr. Amantha’s provided Atlassian users with actionable, science-backed tips + tools to improve productivity on their teams and in their own lives. We can’t wait to invite Dr. Amantha back to Summits to come!”
“Amantha was the keynote speaker at the 2017 annual conference of the CEB International CFO Forum, and wowed our delegates with a captivating presentation on the science and psychology of innovation. Amantha expertly tailored her presentation to suit an audience of senior finance professionals, and struck a perfect balance of warmth, humour and rigourous fact-based, practical ideas that our members could use in both their professional and personal lives. It was a pleasure to work with Amantha every step of the way.”
“Throughout the time I have known Charlotte, I have witnessed her passion for innovation and her ability to connect people of all levels to turn inspiration into application.”
“We have had lots of positive feedback. Amantha is a great communicator, the audience interaction was welcomed, and universities love solid research so that content was great for development purposes. The participants who attended are eager to see the video footage and share with their teams to keep the conversation going – which is an ideal outcome for us.”
“Amantha is a person who makes a lasting impression and changes people’s lives. She combines her deep expertise with an exceptional gift to teach and inspire and enthuse and build deep personal connections. She teaches the most complex science in a way that makes it seem simple, easy and very do-able. She is also one of the most professional people I have ever worked with – reliable, prepared, personable. I love working with her!”
“Amantha is a peerless facilitator of any creativity, innovation, thinking-related workshop, conference and gathering. Her seemingly light delivery and interaction with the audiences is the tip of an iceberg of the depth of her science knowledge and understanding of human mind at work. I am a shameless fan of Amantha’s work.”
“Amantha’s delivery was punchy and quirky, she provided practical tools interspersed with humour, which provided delegates ideas on how they can reframe change to demonstrate how it adds value. Amantha is a bubbly, engaging and down to earth speaker and I would recommend her to anyone looking to more fully explore how to find frustrations, crush assumptions, run experiments and resist after-lunch decision making.”
“Amantha recently led an interactive keynote with the Disney Consumer Products team, which bowled everyone over. Amantha’s style is disarming, engaging and thought provoking. She presented pragmatic insights in such a way that the team felt really empowered to take the information and run with it. Was a wonderful reset moment and we’re all looking forward to living more of our best work life. Thoroughly recommend”
“Amantha anchored our conference with a vibrant, funny and practical talk on how to be a better decision maker. The points resonated with the audience and the mnemonic devices she used to help us remember the key points were being talked about days after she spoke. I now know to make my important decisions early in my day and am more cognizant of my state when a decision needs to be made!”
“Charlotte was a brilliant speaker at our 2019 Innovation Seminar. I have never seen our delegates engaged so much. The feedback has been truly amazing – and Inventium’s tools have certainly given them more confidence in their ability to innovate. Thank you again!”
“Amantha was an engaging, relevant and hugely popular keynote speaker for our Legal Innovation and Technology community. Delegates scored Amantha the highest rated speaker of the event.”
“Dr Amantha Imber was creative, engaging, interactive, informed and polished. She pitched her knowledge to attendees at Business Day Out at an appropriate level for everyone to understand, imparted excellent tips with memory aids and kept the room engaged, a challenge considering it was at the end of the day.“
“Dr Amantha Imber was a stand-out keynote speaker and panel facilitator for the 2017 National Electric Energy Conference, hosted by the Electric Energy Society of Australia. Amantha’s passion and knowledge was on full display during her presentation as she discussed innovation and how it aligned with our conference theme, Adapting today’s power grid for tomorrow’s future. By articulating clear and definitive ways to become more effective innovators, Amantha held a strong level of engagement with the audience through interactive discussion, which provided the perfect platform to kick-off our two day conference. Extremely professional and charismatic, it was a delight to work with Amantha and Inventium.”
“What better way to champion innovation than with an innovative way to approach innovation! Thank you Amantha for ‘de-cloaking’ this subject and providing a clear and practical approach that resonated with the audience. A very engaging way to conclude the day!”
“Amantha was the highlight of our conference and people are still talking about it.”