I give talks on:
How to direct your own learning.
I directed my own learning without the guidance of any school for four years. In this lecture I take the audience through my best practices, lessons and teach them how they can apply self-directed learning in their own life.
Often works best for: educators, students, conferences on innovative education.
How to create an organization that learns better.
In this lecture I also draw upon the lessons from Emma's College. But rather than focussing on the individual, I zoom in on what organizations can do to stimulate informal learning - including self-directed and peer-to-peer learning.
Often works best for: L&D professionals, schools that want to innovate.
How to use build a career as a life long learner.
What does it mean for your career that you will never stop learning? In this talk I explain how life long learning has changed careers for ever and how you can take advantage of that. I share my best practices, drawing on my experiences as an entrepreneur that started at age 17 without a degree nor experience.
Often works best for: students and young professionals.
How I work:
Usually my talks consist of 30 min prepared lecture and 15 min Q&A. I'd like to discuss with you however how I can add most value to your event.
What to expect:
My talks are practical and interactive. I believe my audience will learn more if I meet them where they are, instead of regurgitating a one size fits all story. Therefore my prepared talk is often purposefully interrupted by questions and intermezzos.
For talks I charge between €1500,- and €2000,-excl. VAT. This price is dependent on time, context, and additional requests.
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Emma has her own, unconventional and wise vision on learning. She doesn't hesitate to confront if necessary and makes you question your own truths.
A talk by Emma will make you learn for sure. When she gave our annual Eckart Wintzen lecture for a room full of entrepreneurs, she struck exactly the right string.
Michel Barth | former managing partner Better Future | founder Betterpreneurs