Book Debra Langley as your next creativity speaker, she blends proven public speaking methods with “innovative” action learning techniques to deliver an engaging program with guaranteed results.
Her popular topic Innovative Reading as the Foundation of Creativity continues to inspire listeners and create renewed enthusiasm for the essential art of reading.
Benjamin Carson, the head of Pediatric Neurosurgery at the John Hopkins Hospital in America is one of the most famous and respected doctors in the world. He is famous for successfully separating the first set of conjoined Siamese twins. What is the secret behind his success.
What did Thomas Edison's mother teach him?
What inspired the screenplay behind the box office hit movie "HOOK"?
Find out what is one of the most essential tools needed to build a strong creativity pool to inspire a constant flow of new ideas?
Available as a keynote presentation or training workshop.
Keynote presentation: R6000
is the author of Ideas Like Shoes her first book. Her second book is soon
to be released in the next few months, watch this space.
She is also a qualified pharmacist who started off her professional career working in the retail pharmacy industry. She ran a bookshop and dabbled in the field of natural health for a few years, until she discovered her true passion, creative thinking.
She has been researching the topic of creativity for many years and has used it in both her professional and private capacity.
Debra has developed the Think-Speak Innovative Reading Programme and authors the www.think-speak.com website, a treasure chest of random sparks and a host of other innovative thinking and creativity solutions to help accelerate your thinking and speed up the process of creative thought. Debra is also the author of www.creativewriting-prompts.com andthe brains behind Kooblla, the bookclub management mobile app
Author| Creativity Coach| Innovative Thinker| Pharmacist| Toastmaster| Mother| Professional Speaker| Avid Reader|
"A drop of ink may make a million think." -Lord Byron