“Engaging” … “High Energy” … “Knowledgeable” … “Innovative” … “Insightful” … “Passionate” – just a few adjectives that were used by the conference delegates to describe Ginger’s opening presentation at the Workforce One-Stop 2013: Developing People for a Cutting Edge Workforce Conference. I highly recommend Ginger as a MUST to be included and lead at any gathering (small or large). Her content and style encompass a plethora of topics that all eventually integrate. And, she delivers the message with tremendous passion and confidence. I would love to have her present at other conferences. – Linda Scott, Senior Program Manager, The Conference Board of Canada
Ginger was my opening speaker at our Journey 2 Success conference. This role sets the stage for the day, and Ginger did so brilliantly. She is a dynamic, engaging speaker and presented her information in a way that automatically engaged the women in the audience. She adapted her material to suit the participants, making it relevant to their lives and was totally approachable and charming to work with. I was so impressed, we have already arranged for further sessions with Ginger. – Anne Day, Founder and Publisher of Company of Women
Ginger Grant is an inspiring and engaging speaker. Having worked with her on several speaking presentations for various audiences, I found her to be accommodating, organized and reliable. As a speaker she offers a leading edge presentation and is able to captivate the audience with her knowledge, charisma and presentation style. She is passionate about her topics and consistently reveals thought leadership in the areas she speaks about. – Andrew Pender, Senior Conference Planner, The Conference Board of Canada
Dr. Ginger Grant is a thoughtful and thought-provoking speaker. She effectively wove her teachings into our convention theme with humor and with a focus on the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters. After delivering her keynote address, Ginger was surrounded by delegates seeking more of her time and thoughts. Ginger is an accomplished speaker and storyteller, and was the perfect person to open our 2010 national convention. – Susan Climie Director of Training, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada.
Ginger Grant has worked with the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers twice. Each time she has wowed audiences with her selection ofappropriate themes, compelling presentation style and expert knowledge base. In June 2009, Ginger was a featured speaker at the CACEE National On-Campus RecruitmentConference. Her talk on creativity in business, and why it’s essential to recognize and overcome barriers to creativity was extremely well received by all 250 delegates. Youcan be sure that Ginger Grant’s presentation will be both on-topic and entertaining, and that your organizing committee will be praised for offering such a terrific keynote speaker. – Anne Markey, Executive Director, Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE)
Ginger is a fantastic public speaker — one who’s able to connect with and energize an audience, no matter how varied the group may be. At a recent conference that I organized she wowed a crowd of media, tech, and online professionals with apresentation on storytelling and its importance on a professional and personal level.Twitter was buzzing after the session. People described it as “amazing” and “best talk of the day.” One of simplest comments was also one of the most emblematic: “Ginger! Love her!” – Abraham Hyatt, Journalism Conference, Portland, Oregon
As Director of the Creative Intelligence Lab at Simon Fraser University, Ginger Grant was a tireless advocate for new approaches to both business and branding. A compelling combination of energy and ideas, her work used psychology to understand organisational behaviour and creativity to change it. I’m happy to recommend Ginger; she’s an exciting person to be around.
– Nick Black, Vice President, Concerto Marketing