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Christopher Samsa

Christopher Samsa

Christopher Samsa is one of the world’s leading Positive Psychologists and possibly the only one specialising in Applied Neuroscience.  

Chris is an experienced keynote presenter and as an ex-actor has a huge amount of experience working with live audiences. His style is energetic, inspirational and interactive with a particular ability to take complex ideas and research and make them accessible and engaging to all audiences.

Chris works with organisations and individuals in the area of behavioural change; combining a positive approach with the latest findings from neuroscience to help improve the quality of thinking to achieve sustainable results in record time. Everything Chris discusses links back to recognising what you do well and doing more of it to make you happier.

He is also an Associate Director with the NeuroLeadership Institute as well as a visiting lecturer on the Masters in Applied Positive Psychology programme at UEL, guest lecturer at UCL and Goldsmiths and visiting lecturer in NeuroLeadership at Witten Herdecke University in Germany.

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When I saw Chris present at the Mindfulness at Work conference I knew he’d make the perfect Opening Keynote Speaker for the Association of Business Psychologists 12th Annual Conference. I’m so glad he said yes and although I was a little nervous when I saw that his presentation brief included ‘get them all to stand up and hug’, I now know that only Chris could have made that happen! He pitched the presentation perfectly with a blend of neuroscience, positive psychology and exercises that energised and stimulated the otherwise hard-to-please audience. I look forward to working with Chris again and would recommend him as one of the most engaging speakers I’ve seen.

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Image copyright: image © Chris Parkes

  • Price Range:

    £5,000 - £9,999

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Business, Event Host, Workshop

  • Topics:

    Applied Neuroscience, Neuro-linguistic programming, Psychology and Mindset

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