Female Motivational Speakers

Female Motivational Speakers

We represent influential and inspiring Female Motivational Speakers who are known worldwide. Browse through Speaker Agency speakers and get in touch!

Adrienne A. Harris New
Adrienne A. Harris Superintendent NYS Department of Financial Services | Former Special Assistant to President Obama for Economic Policy
Alex Depledge New
Alex Depledge Founder & CEO Resi
  • Start-ups shouldn’t win but they often do. What can big businesses learn?
  • The future of work: How innovation can disrupt standard business models.
  • We have a women-problem, but is the problem maybe us?
Alexandra Adams New
Alexandra Adams UK’s First Deafblind Person Training to be a Doctor | TEDx Speaker
  • Being the UK’s first deafblind medical student: The Journey
  • Experiences of the Young Female Patient
  • Medicine and Mental Health
Amanda Hamilton New
Amanda Hamilton Nutritionist Auhtor Broadcaster
  • Biohacking: Understanding the rules of the nutrition game
  • Longevity: Live better, live longer
  • Gut Health: Health problems rooted in an unexpected place
Amy Tez New
Amy Tez Founder at AT Communications, CEO Whisperer
  • Speak like a Leader
  • Executive Presence
  • The Art of Storytelling
Aysha Iqbal New
Aysha Iqbal Director, Wizz Media - TEDx Host/Speaker
  • How to be a powerful public speaker
  • How to speak like the best public speakers past and present
  • How to take your confidence to the next level
Cassie Kozyrkov New
Cassie Kozyrkov CEO at Data Scientific, Google's first Chief Decision Scientist, Decision Advisor, Keynote Speaker
  • AI and Innovation: Less Hype, More Reality
  • Artificial Intelligence: Software 2.0
  • Automating Beyond Human Expression
Catherine Knibbs New
Catherine Knibbs Human Behaviour Technologist
  • Why we do what we do online (needs and e-ttachment), healthy development in a world of technology
  • Cybersecurity and the human who ‘humans’ (why mistakes are really made), addiction is not the answer, tech is not the cure
  • Porn viewing in children and young people: why it’s not use or consumption
Chani Simms New
Chani Simms Award-winning Cybersecurity Leader | Founder SHe CISO Exec. Platform | Managing Director – Meta Defence Labs | TEDx Speaker |The 50 Most Influential Women in Cybersecurity
  • Security Professionals Thinking like an entrepreneur
  • Ticking Box and Ticking Bomb
  • The Emotionally Intelligent Cyber Security Leader
Charlie Martin New
Charlie Martin Racing driver & LGBTQ+ Activist
  • Unlocking your potential - why being your authentic self is key to success in life & business
  • Managing change and achieving your goals, seeing opportunities to grow & improve
  • How she became a pro-racing driver without any family history of motorsport
Dr Alka Patel New
Dr Alka Patel Lifestyle Medicine Physician, Longevity and Biohacking Expert, GP, TEDx Speaker, Podcaster and Author/ Founder of The Longevity Concierge | CEO of Lifestyle First | Named Female Speaker of the Year and Holistic Healthcare Practitioner Of The Year
  • Hack Your Health to Stack Your health: A mind-opening talk for every business owner who wants to be healthier, wealthier and wiser!
  • Your million-hour life. Alka shares practical health hacks to help you live longer and become younger.
  • Success Habits - how to create habits that work for you rather than habits you have to work for.
Dr Ally Jaffee MBChB BSc FRSA New
Dr Ally Jaffee MBChB BSc FRSA Multi-Award Winning NHS Medical Doctor, Mental Health Advocate & Content Creator, Nutritank Co-founder & Creative
  • Doctor’s Mental Health
  • Health & Creativity
  • The importance of Human Connection
Dr Claire Ashley New
Dr Claire Ashley GP and Burnout Specialist | NHS Clinical Entrepreneur | Public Speaker | Educator | Entrepreneur | Coach and Consultant
  • Burnout Prevention
  • Burnout First Aid
  • Burnout Recovery
Dr Jessica Barker New
Dr Jessica Barker Cyber Security Expert| Best Selling Author of “Confident Cyber Security” | Keynote Speaker |Media Commentator
  • How a Hack Works
  • Demonstrating a Phishing Attack
  • Why Culture is Key to Cyber Security
Dr Liz O’Riordan New
Dr Liz O’Riordan Speaker | Author | Storyteller | Conference Host
  • Improving The Quality Of Cancer Care
  • Women’s Health
  • Mental Health
Dr Reena Kotecha New
Dr Reena Kotecha Organisational Wellbeing Consultant, TEDx/International Public Speaker, International Advisory Board Member for Headspace Health, Mindfulness Research Advisor, University of Cambridge
  • Mindfulness Meditation; A Core Resilience Skill for Stress Management
  • Mindfulness Meditation for Personal Wellbeing & Professional Productivity and performance
  • Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
Dr Shelley James New
Dr Shelley James The Light Lady' | Author | TEDx speaker | WELL AP, Advisory & Faculty | Consultant | Collaborating Across Industries and Agencies to Improve Health, Well-being and Sustainability Through Effective Lighting
  • How the humble lightbulb can help your teams to rise and shine: Lessons from the space station to boost productivity, creativity and collaboration
  • Hiding in plain sight: The new ergonomics of lighting for the inclusive workplace
  • Light and Long-Covid : Lighting up the road to recovery
Dr. Hannah Fry New
Dr. Hannah Fry Professor of Mathematics | Science Presenter | All Around Badass
  • AI
  • Technology
  • Big Data
Dr. Megan Rossi New
Dr. Megan Rossi International Gut Health Expert | Sunday Times Bestselling Author | Microbiome Researcher & Thought Leader
  • Transform your gut, transform your life
  • Age-proof your gut to future-proof your health
  • Bust nutritional myths and master your gut health
Ella Podmore MBE New
Ella Podmore MBE IET Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2020 | McKinsey NGWL 2022 | Surrey 40 Under 40 Winner
  • Fail Fast, Learn Quicker!
  • The Future is STEM
  • Life in the Fast Lane

Empowering Women with Female Motivational Speakers

Female motivational speakers are inspirational women who are experts in their field. They have a talent for inspiring and empowering audiences through their speeches.

They come from a diverse range of backgrounds and areas of expertise. They can be inspiring female leaders, they can be women in business or they can be inspiring women leaders in entrepreneurship. 

These speakers use their personal stories, experiences, and insights to inspire and motivate audiences. People can take action, overcome challenges, and achieve their goals. They often provide practical tips and strategies for success. They can help audiences develop the skills and mindset needed to succeed in their personal and professional lives.

They are powerful role models for women and girls, and their speeches can help empower and uplift individuals and communities.

5 Ways Female Motivational Speakers Can Add Value to an Event

1. Inspiring and empowering the audience: Female motivational speakers dive into their personal stories, expertise and insights to inspire & motivate audiences, especially females. Empowering women speeches are about practical tips and strategies for success. 

2. Providing a fresh perspective: A female motivational speaker can bring a unique perspective to an event, particularly in areas such as diversity and inclusion, leadership, and entrepreneurship. They can help audiences understand different perspectives and the value of embracing diversity. It leads to a more inclusive and productive workplace or community.

3. Engaging the audience: A great female motivational speaker can create a dynamic and engaging atmosphere, encouraging audience participation and interaction. They can incorporate interactive exercises, group discussions and Q&A sessions to make the event more memorable and impactful.

4. Sharing valuable insights and expertise: Female motivational speakers often have extensive experience in their areas of expertise. They share valuable insights & knowledge. This may help female attendees steer through their challenges in personal or professional lives.

5. Creating a memorable experience: A great female motivational speaker can create a lasting impression on an audience. They are left feeling inspired, energized, and motivated. Their speeches can be the highlight of an event, and can help make it a memorable experience for all attendees.

Importance of Female Motivational Speaker Topics & Some Popular Examples

Female motivational speakers are valuable assets to events. Especially when the event requires inspiration and empowerment on a range of topics related to personal and professional development. They can engage and motivate audiences while providing unique insights and perspectives on the challenges that women face in today's society.

However, the lessons and insights provided by female motivational speakers can be applied to a wide range of industries and professions. It doesn’t have to be associated with women.

For example, the topic of leadership is crucial for all industries and professions, and female motivational speakers can provide valuable guidance on developing the skills and mindset needed to become a successful leader.

5 Popular Female Motivational Speaker Topics

  1. Being the UK’s first deafblind medical student: The Journey by Alexandra Adams
  2. Resilience / Self-Leadership / Mental Hygiene / Adaptation to Change by Felicity Aston
  3. Drive & Determination by Nicola Adams OBE
  4. Going Knowingly into the Unknown by Paula Reid
  5. Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) by Ella Podmore MBE

Some of the Best Female Motivational Speakers of Speaker Agency

1. Ella Podmore MBE

Ella is a material scientist and engineer who has become a passionate advocate for women in science and engineering. Ella's work in the automotive industry is complemented by her passion for inspiring the next generation to pursue careers in science. 

Her unique perspective as a woman in STEM, combined with her enthusiasm for the future of science, makes her a compelling and engaging speaker. She is clearly one of the top 10 inspirational females.

Her talks are both inspiring and practical, offering audiences actionable advice on female leadership, leadership skills and empowering women and girls. Ella Podmore explains how they can pursue their own goals and make a difference in the world of science and engineering.

2. Paula Reid

Paula is a multi-talented individual who works as a trainer, facilitator, coach, author, and speaker. She is known for her ability to inspire and empower people, from primary school children to blue-chip leadership teams.

Additionally, Paula is an adventurer and has completed 118 things on her ‘Living Life to the Full’ list, including sailing around the world and skiing to the South Pole.

Paula is a highly sought-after speaker and has spoken internationally at conferences, corporate events, women’s empowerment activities, schools, and for charities.

3. Felicity Aston

Felicity Aston is an accomplished adventurer, speaker and author who has made a name for herself through her remarkable achievements in polar exploration.

Felicity's story of leading a diverse team of women to ski to the South Pole is a testament to her leadership and teamwork skills.

She shares the challenges of managing a team with different cultures, expertise and systems of work, and how she was able to bring them together to achieve a common goal. Felicity Aston is a symbol for women in business conference rooms. Her talk provides strong female leadership insights and blends it with modern leadership and dynamic team leadership.

4. Nicola Adams OBE

She is a world-renowned boxer and motivational speaker. Nicola Adams OBE has won numerous medals and championships throughout her career, including two Olympic gold medals.

As a speaker, she shares her experiences and insights on the importance of perseverance, determination, and self-belief in achieving success.

She is also a prominent advocate for diversity and inclusion in sports. She has participated in programmes like UK’s Good Morning shows. She speaks about gender equality, female inspiring attributes, and has been recognized for her contributions to the field.

How to Book a Female Motivational Speaker Through the Speaker Agency?

Booking a woman motivational speaker through the Speaker Agency is an easy process. You can follow these 3 simple steps to book a speaker:

  1. Browse the speaker directory: Visit the Female Motivational Speaker directory and browse through different female motivational speakers to find the one who meets your needs and requirements.
  2. Booking Online: You can directly book the speaker by filling the form on the website. After submitting the form, someone from the Speaker Agency will reach out to you to confirm the details & the booking.
  3. Book via Call/Email: You can also call or email the agency to book the female motivational speaker of your choice.

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To Sum It Up

Women today are heads of states, (or a head of a government) or prime ministers (like Jacinda Ardern and many other female leaders of the world) which means they are given leadership roles. We’ve had Supreme Court Justices like Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

However, let’s not forget that the first female prime minister was elected in the 70s. It was very hard for a black woman to reach top roles. But we have overcome these.

Female motivational speakers can add tremendous value to events by telling these incredible stories. They can inspire, empower, and engage audiences with their unique insights, experiences, and expertise.

They are powerful role models for women and girls, who don’t mind the glass ceiling. They help promote diversity, inclusion, and leadership in all industries and professions for men and women.

Through their speeches, they can provide practical tips and strategies for success, leaving a lasting impression on attendees and creating a memorable experience for all.

Additionally, you can easily book a female motivational speaker through the Speaker Agency for your next event. It is a simple and straightforward process. So, what are you waiting for?! Browse through the speakers and book the one that meets your needs!

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