Futurist, Founding Partner
Liselotte Lyngsø is Founding Partner in Future Navigator. She is likely to be one of the most inspiring and enthusiastic persons you will ever meet. Her ability to create powerful images and inspire people to align towards shared goals is mind-blowing. She will spin your head around and show you possibilities, that you never even dreamed of. Yet she will never leave you in the unknown – if you are honest about building a better tomorrow. Her big passion in life is to give people visions for the future and teaching them how to train for them.
For more than 18 years, Liselotte has travelled the world as a keynote speaker and moderator. Liselotte is a valued consultant for several global organizations and companies. She is giving university lectures on spotting the future as an engine for strategic development and innovation. She is in the prestigious group of international thought leaders will select the topics and inform the production of the 2017 NMC Technology Outlook.
She is often used as an expert by the media and is the author of numerous articles and books among the bestsellers:
– The Dream Society
– Future F@milia
– Don’t be a bore, explore!/En Linedans fra Idé til Succes
Presentations are always tailored however a popular title is:
Catch the future – before it catches you!
Futurist and founding partner Liselotte Lyngsø will inspire you to think about how people that used be human resources are going to become human revolutionaries. It’s time to embrace our new reality and build labor markets and homes for the world of tomorrow.
As a moderator she offers follow-up interviews with the speakers which gives more time for in-depth questions.
In her previous life, Liselotte was the Managing Director of Fahrenheit 212 – An Ideas Company owned by Saatchi & Saatchi. Before that, she worked at IKEA’s scenario planning devision and for 8 years she was Director of Research at the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS). Prior to that, Liselotte worked at the European Commission’s Forward Studies Unit.
Liselotte was born in Denmark in 1970. She has an M.Phil. in Economics and Politics from St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University, UK, and she speaks Scandinavian, English and French.