Provoke your audience with a keynote about the future of change in our world, and how change will impact you
Prescient CEO Amy Zalman provides tailored presentations that empower, open minds and activate futures. Assuming that the future will be rewritten by emerging technology she moves beyond hype to challenge audiences to explore the impacts on our basic assumptions about how the world works.
Never cookie-cutter, Prescient keynotes transform thinking, and empower by providing offering knowledge and alternative futures as replacements for anxiety about the future.
- Organizational Transformation: How to Create Your Strategic Narrative
- The future of War & Armed Conflict
- Critical Trends Shaping Your Future
- Should we Be Preparing for the Post-National World?
- From One, Many – The United States’ Marketing Landscape In 2030
- Anticipatory Leadership: What Should Leaders Know in the Black Swan Age (When they Can’t Always Know)?
- How to Think Like a Futurist
Using the Power of Uncertainty to Shape the Future
How might scientific research and funding change in the future, and how can science publishers prepare? At the Wiley Society Executive Seminar, Washington DC
From Tiger to Panther: Recreating Korea for 2045
Reinvigorating nations for the future: A KBS televised keynote on occasion of South Korea’s 70th birthday (note: dubbed over in Korean) in Seoul
You brought an energy to our discussions that was well received by our participants. Your knowledge of strategic foresight and your ability to facilitate discussion among a group of business leaders is a unique mix. You made our attendees feel comfortable talking about topics that were sometimes uncomfortable.
Our company was in crucial need of creating a development plan and global marketing strategy based on current and future trends in ICT and Artificial Intelligence. Prescient's insights into future trends in advanced technology, including Artificial Intelligence, played a key role in our company’s multidimensional approach to our security solution upgrade and global market penetration strategy.
By breaking down your strategies for future forecasting into achievable steps, you encouraged the audience to see the future as something they have the capacity to shape, influence and benefit from, instead of something they must reactively respond to.