Speaker | Media Commentator
Technology | Mental Health | Social Media
I have spoken at the Australian Social Media Marketing Summit, developer conferences around Australia and events ranging from Tech conferences/panels, and sharing my own personal journey through mental health as an ambassador for R U OK Day.
I often speak around mental health and technology, covering topics such as unconscious bias, scaling your business with PTSD, as well as the future of social media and the ethics of the internet.
I have a collection of keynote presentations however I am happy to create something specific for your audience.
What is the audience take away from me?
They will walk away empowered, taken on an emotive personal journey that creates a connection with learning the value and power behind emotional intelligence, empathy and leadership in a world with rapidly changing technology.
Why should you book me to speak?
Whether it’s a keynote address or as the MC for your event, I bring these key things to every speaking job: focus on key outcomes for your event (discussions before the event around your audience/attendees), taking the audience on an interactive journey (entertaining & emotionally compelling).
A regular commentator in the media for the last four years, I can be heard regularly on 6PR Perth Tonight show with Chris Ilsley every fortnight, once a month on Curtin FM, and semi-regularly on Channel 9 News and ABC News.
Ming on ABC Australian National News, Original Airdate 12th July 2019, 3.45pm est. Ming Johanson provides commentary on MyGov, Telstra Outages and considerations for better redundancies of core systems.
Ming on Channel Nine Perth with Tracy Vo, Original Airdate July 2nd 2018, 4.50pm wst. Ming Johanson speaks on Facebook Messenger for Kids and it’s implications.
Ming on Channel Nine Perth, Original Airdate May 29th 2019, 4.50pm wst. Ming Johanson alongside finance expert Jason Featherby speaking on a cashless and cardless society.
Ming Johanson with Tracy Vo Channel Nine News Perth, speaking on the reality of a 3 day turnaround with NBN setup. Original airdate July 25th 2018, 4.50pm wst.
ABC 2 Radio Interview – Ming speaks on Social Media detox, the practice of digital disconnect. Original airdate January 2nd 2019.
Tech Expert Ming Johanson speaking on scams pretending to be your Internet/Telco provider with Tracy Vo on Nine News Perth. Original airdate July 17th 2018, Nine News Perth, 4.50pm wst.
What others have captured in tweets from my talks this year.
Decided to make the 2 hour drive to catch @MingJohanson & others at #dddadelaide – fabulous talk. 😊😊 Thank you. Important topic. Your org might need to hire #MingOnBias for some training pic.twitter.com/80KQ4s0Qob— Lyndsey Jackson (@ok_lyndsey) November 23, 2019
I had the honour of hearing from @MingJohanson in her talk about Unconscious Bias at @DDDAdelaide. My first step is to give myself a break. I’m choosing to operate above the line. pic.twitter.com/bl0ReFooen— Elena Casciano (@elenacasciano83) November 23, 2019
@MingJohanson talking about what she looks for in the people she takes with her. A big one: when you pour from a full cup, there is no expectation of return. #DDDPerth #invisibleleader pic.twitter.com/G0EExWqKPW— CairoLikeTheCity 💬 (@Caiwrote) July 9, 2019
It’s about what it should be – what does it mean to be human – amazing insights beyond the tech to be truly ethical with @MingJohanson at the socialmedia marketing marketing summit #smms2019 pic.twitter.com/SmYtbleFFx— Doyle Buehler (@doylebuehler) August 15, 2019
“Hi! I’m from the Internet! I have a diagnosis of anxiety and PTSD, and I open with that because often there’s someone in the audience who needs to hear that you can have that and be up here giving funny talks” —@mingjohanson #dddadelaide pic.twitter.com/pSbkqW2FuV— Leigh Brenecki (@excitedleigh) November 23, 2019
@MingJohanson hitting us with all truths behind #invisibleleadership!— Akanksha Malik (@akankshamalik96) August 10, 2019
This is such an inspiring talk.
It doesn’t matter who you are – “It’s not about labels.”
“Everyone is a leader – invisible or otherwise.”
❤❤❤❤❤ #DDDMelb2019 pic.twitter.com/fiIAgyRaAa