Keynote Speeches and Programs
An award-winning speaker and author, Sarah inspires audiences worldwide with her unique combination of substantive content and passionate delivery. Clients consistently rate Sarah's programs at the highest levels for engagement and takeaway value. Custom innovation keynotes are available in formats ranging from 30 to 90 minutes. She also offers workshops ranging from half-day to multi-day events.
Sarah specializes in innovation capability-building for teams and organizations. Her programs combine business insights drawn from her research on Thomas Edison as well as her deep experience launching new brands as a Global 500 executive. Sarah brings innovation to life through her translation of Edison's own extraordinary processes. She also draws upon trends and global business headlines to give every program deep context and relevance.
Sarah's depth of knowledge about innovation and collaboration make her an ideal choice for audiences with either technical or non-technical backgrounds. Your audience will be inspired to innovate!
Some of Sarah’s most popular programs include:
Innovate Like Edison: How To Build Competitive Advantage In The Age Of DisruptionClick here for Sarah’s Speaker One-Sheet
Innovate Like Edison: From Imagination to Innovation Through Human-Centered Design
Midnight Lunch: Unleashing the Innovation Power of Collaboration
Midnight Lunch: 4 Ways To Design Winning Collaboration Teams
Reskilling Your Workforce for Innovation Success in the Digital Age
A Day In Edison’s Laboratory: Exploring the Five Competencies of Innovation
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Click below to read Sarah's most popular posts on Forbes:
Ready For The Internet of Things? 5 Skills You'll Need
Why Ford's Alan Mulally Is An Innovation CEO For The Record Books
Will Starbucks Eat McDonald's Lunch? How The Minimum Wage Is Reshaping Workforce Strategies
Rewiring RadioShack: 3 Strategies For Saving An Icon Of American Ingenuity
IBM's Kodak Moment: Can Big Blue Snap Out Of Its Growth Woes?