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22 June 2012,Cambridge.

A session on how to get ideas adopted, as part of the 2nd Cambridge AWiSE Career Development Day on Strategies for success: A full day of high intensity training and networking for Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Medicine. For more information or to book see Cambridge AWise

19 April 2012, Oundle.

3 March 2012, Cambridge.

A session on Innovation and Engagement as part of the Cambridge Climate and Sustainability Forum. For more information or to book see Cambridge Climate Forum

3 November 2011, Dartington.

A module on how to develop your creativity, use it in addressing ecological problems and overcome resistance. This is part of the Schumacher College Ecoliteracy programme. For more information or to book see Cultivating an ecoliterate worldview

29 September 2011, Nottingham.

5 July 2011, Bristol.

21 June 2011, Derby.

6 April 2011, Dartington.

A module on how to develop your creativity, use it in addressing ecological problems and overcome resistance. This is part of the Schumacher College Ecoliteracy programme. For more information or to book see Ecoliteracy

24 February 2011, Cambridge.

15 February 2011, TEDx Granta, Cambridge.

In my address at this conference I explored some new ideas about change. If a need for change is addressed from the perspective of innovation and creativity, rather than authoritarian control, the process is both more effective, and more a lot more fun. You can see a video of the full 25minute talk here. For information on the rest of the programme see TEDxGranta

3 Febuary 2011, London.

25 and 26 November 2010, JISC on-line conference.

Key note address and plenary panel dicussion on "How to get your innovations adopted and change the world" for the JISC Innovating e-learning conference 2010. As this is an online conference, it is both cost effective and low-carbon.

For more information, or to book for the 4 day conference (cost £50) see JISC conference

16 November 2010, Coventry.

12 November 2010, Hitchin.

4 November 2010, Dartington.

A module on how to develop your creativity, use it in addressing ecological problems and overcome resistance. This is part of the Schumacher College Ecoliteracy programme. For more information or to book see Ecoliteracy

4-5 October 2010, Brussels.

2 October 2010, Sheffield.

23 September 2010, Derby.

15 August 2010, Stansted.

6 July 2010, Bristol.

30 March 2010, Dartington.

A module on how to develop your creativity, use it in addressing ecological problems and overcome resistance. This is part of the Schumacher College Ecoliteracy programme. For more information or to book see Ecoliteracy

24 February 2010, Cambridge.

17 February 2009, BBC Radio Cambridge 2-3pm.

2 February 2010, Cambridge.

This workshop will teach you a powerful technique for being more creative when thinking about how to reduce carbon emissions (or anything else) For more details or a ticket, go to Cambridge Carbon Footprint

12 January 2010, Swindon.

8 December 2009, Cambridge.

Open one day workshop on "How to get your ideas adopted" for members of The Learning Collaboration. For the programme, or to see if your company is already a member, see How to get your ideas adopted

2 December 2009, BBC Radio Cambridge 2-3pm.

24 November 2009, London WC2 2-3pm.

Evening workshop on how to get your ideas adopted for the Association of MBAs. 18:00-20:00, Strand Palace Hotel £25 members, £35 for non members, including buffet supper and wine. For more information or to book clic here

14 November2009, Little Gidding.

A creative workshop for Transition Town Oundle. To book or learn more: contact Transition town oundle

10 November 2009, Cambridge.

Green Enterprise Workshop:

How to turn your green idea into a social enterprise or commercial business.

Programme • From seed idea to great idea. Participative session run by Anne Miller of The Creativity Partnership. • Choosing the right vehicle - social enterprise or commercial business? Session run by George Ruddock, of Citylife

This half-day workshop 2-5.30 pm on Tuesday 10th November is for people who are unemployed or underemployed (eg recent graduates unable to find an appropriate job), who have an idea for a way to make the world a slightly better place and want to explore entrepreneurial ways to make it real.

Venue: Arbury Community Centre (in the large hall), Campkin Road, Cambridge, CB4 2LD.

Cost: £5 per person

To book or learn more: contact Naima Islam or phone 07545269034

All participants should come prepared to discuss and build on their “Green Idea”

15 october 2009, Dartington.

A module on how to develop your creativity and use it in addressing ecological problems. This is part of the Schumacher College Ecoliteracy programme. For more information or to book see Ecoliteracy

7 October 2009, BBC Radio Cambridge 2-3pm.

26 September 2009, Cirencester.

Key note address to the annual conference of the British Society of Dowsers. For more information or to book see British Society of Dowsers Conference

6 July 2009, Dartington.

Arts networking dinner. How creativity and innovation are essential for any business. For more information or to book see Dartington Hall

2 July 2009, Cambridge.

Open one day workshop on "How to get your ideas adopted" for members of The Learning Collaboration. For the programme, or to see if your company is already a member, see How to get your ideas adopted

11 June 2009, BBC Radio 4 Leading Edge 9-9:30pm.

Listen again on Leading Edge

12 May 2009, Cambridge.

Current Routes to Success. University of Cambridge 800th Anniversary event. Anne Miller is one of three panelists discussing their personal career histories, the qualities the believe women need to succeed and why they love what they do now. For more information or to book see Cambridge Association of Women in Science and Engineering

6 May 2009, Brussels.

1 April 2009, Cambridge.

Workshop on blocks, resistances and creative solutions to climate change. For more details or a ticket, go to Cambridge Carbon Footprint

31 March 2009, Norwich.

Seminar on overcoming the resistance to ideas. Free to members, £30 non members. For more details or a ticket, go to Norfolk Network

27 March 2009, Cheltenham.

HR leaders Forum

12 March 2009, Newcastle.

Newcastle ScienceFest 1:30-2:30 FREE Schools careers talks "Creativity, science (and the femine touch)" Successful inventor, entrepreneur and author, Anne Miller will talk to 16-18 year-olds about how her interest in creativity and science led her to become one of the world’s most successful female inventors. This talk will be of interest to anyone who enjoys being creative and wants to make a difference with their ideas, including budding scientists, entrepreneurs, artists and campaigners.

For more details go to Newcastle ScienceFest. To book contact Karen Aiken on (0191) 243 8217.

12 March 2009, Newcastle.

Newcastle University. 3:30-4:30 Turning Your Ideas into Reality. Successful inventor, serial entrepreneur and author Anne Miller will talk about how her interest in creativity and science led her to become one of the world's most successful female inventors . She will share her unique insight into how to turn your ideas into reality and change the world!

This event is open to Newcastle University students and graduates, any discipline or stage. The event will be of interest to anyone who enjoys being creative and who wants to make a difference with their ideas including scientists, budding social entrepreneurs, artists ...

Venue: Clement Stephenson Lecture Theatre in the Agriculture Building. Please go to Newcastle University Careers service to book your place.

24 February 2009, BBC Radio Cambridge 2-3pm.

11 December 2008, Frankfurt.

4 December 2008, Newcastle.

3 December 2008, Weston Colville.

"How to get ideas adopted". A fascinating and entertaining workshop at Lothbury Art Centre for anyone interested in creativity. 7:30-9:30pm Wednesday 3 Dec. Come prepared to be amazed, inspired and encougaged about your own creatvity.

This is a free talk in support of their work with the disabled. Donations welcome.

Lothbury Art Centre is 15 minutes from Cambridge Newmarket and Haverhill. Address: Church End, Weston Colville, Cambridge CB21 5PE. To reserve your place or for further information contact lothbury or call 07500 955520 or 01223864515. For further information see www.inspire.org.uk

2 December 2008, Radio Cambridge 2-3pm.

21 November 2008, Cambridge.

Enterprising Women conference. For details go to Enterprising Women Conference

13 November 2008, Newcastle upon Tyne.

Scientia-08: showcasing science and innovation in Newcastle. For details go to Scientia-08

22 Oct Cambridge.

Association of MBAs. £30 non members. For details go to Overcoming the resistance to ideas

9 October 2008, Radio Cambridge 2-3pm.

31 July Cambridge.

Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club. A session on The Challenge of Ideas ..... generating them and getting them adopted. St John's innovation Centre, Cambridge 6:30-8:45 For further information or to book (£10 for non member) click here

3 July Cambridge.

For details go to Ignite summer school

21 June Dublin.

Creating the Future. Closing address for the Irish National and University Library Staff conference: Talent and Innovation - reshaping for success For details go to INULS conference

17 June Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

3 May Cambridge.

Enterprisers programme, Judge Business School For details go to Enterprisers programme

15 April 2008 Ipswich.

Association of Business Leaders

14 March 2008, Cambridge

Creative Workshop 'How to get your ideas adopted'

A 1 day workshop on applying the techniques for overcoming the four stages of resistance.

This workshop is designed for fundraisers and new business development managers in Arts organisations and businesses. Cost: £80 per person for business professionals and £50 per person for arts professionals. Download details of the programme here. To book a place please contact Alison Bigglestone , or tel: 01223 321421.

11 March 2008, Gothenburg, Sweden

27 February 2008, Frankfurt, Germany

18 February 2008, Cambridge

Rotary Club.

17 January 2008, Cambridge

Workshop on blocks, resistances and creative solutions to climate change. For more details or a ticket, go to Cambridge Carbon Footprint

15 January 2008, Cambridge

Free talk at Libra Aries Bookshop,19 The Broadway Mill Road Cambridge, 7pm. For more information see Libra Aries Bookshop

19 December 2007, Ashcroft International Business School, Chelmsford

A FREE one day session on The Myth of the Mousetrap, as part of the embedding innovation programme for small and medium sized enterprises run by Ashcroft International Business School. Each session runs from 10:00-15:00 and includes a free copy of The Myth of the Mousetrap. Supported by the European Social Fund. For details or to book contact Carole Martindill or download the programme here

14 December 2007, Neven, County Meath, Ireland

Meath Partnership, Graduation ceremony for the SWIFT training programme for women with bright ideas. Download details of the programme here

13 December 2007, Global Irish Institute, University College Dublin.

Key note address at The Next Wave V: Lifescience & Food Commercialisation Showcase 2007, on behalf of Enterprise Ireland. for more details or to register, go to Biotechnology Ireland

21 November 2007, Cambridge Science Park.

The Myth of the Mousetrap seminar, hosted by the insurance specialists La Playa. This will be an opportunity to hear more detail about the ideas of the book. For an invitation, contact juliet.allan@laplaya.co.uk or telephone (01223) 200658

16 November 2007 Melbourn Science Park.

14 November 2007, Guildford.

29 October 2007, Book Launch Heffers Bookshop, Cambridge.

The event is ticketed, but tickets are FREE and can be obtained by contacting Terrie Rogers on email terrie.rogers@heffers.co.uk or 01223 568521.

... for your conference or workshop. Anne Miller can be booked for presentations, workshops and speeches on the Myth of the Mousetrap, or all aspects of creativity and innovation. To find out more, contact anne.miller@annemiller.info or visit www.tcp-uk.co.uk/events