Andrew Hennigan is a speaker, coach and writer based in Stockholm Sweden. Born in the UK, he has lived and worked in Italy, France and now Sweden. He has worked in communication and education before becoming an independent consultant in 2007. He speaks about topics related to influence and innovation in universities, business schools, companies and organizations. As a mentor and coach he has worked with entrepreneurs, academics, students and people transitioning between these areas. As a speaker coach he has helped many people to become more effective speakers with the least possible effort; he is also an experienced TEDx speaker coach and a member of the board of TEDxStockholm. As a career coach he has advised and mentored many people, especially students, researchers and academics thinking of moving to industry or a career in science communication.
Consultant Time zone: Europe/Paris
Your Time zone: Europe/Paris
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