I met Chris at a conference and knew he would make an excellent addition to our Center’s “Professional Speaker Series.” Chris delivered a wonderful workshop to an audience of undergraduate students. He is an engaging, dynamic speaker. We were lucky to listen to someone who has accomplished so much and who has maintained a forward-thinking, positive attitude throughout his career. We would love to have him speak at Texas A&M again.
I met Chris at the Mays Innovation Research Center’s “Professional Speaker Series.” Chris delivered his presentation flawlessly and was very interactive with our students. Chris is the kind of person you want to be around; he is creative, outgoing, open to new ideas, and always ready to give some advice. I am very glad we had him speak.
Chris gave a great talk to our students on Metacognition and Reinvention. It was inspiring for students and faculty alike. I recommend him as a speaker for young people as they consider their place in the world.
Within minutes of meeting Chris I knew this was a man I would learn much from. I have been a student of the qualities and dynamics behind Being and Becoming Creatively Entrepreneurial, as I teach these topics to my students at Duke. My service to them will only grow as I channel Chris’ great thinking to them.
Chris spoke for my NYU “Managing Change” class. His talk stimulated great discussion. He gave my students very practical and thought-provoking information that they will use as they launch their careers in this complex world.
Chris Bishop is an outstanding speaker. I heard his presentation at a TedX event in NYC and immediately asked him to speak before the Social Media Association. He offered incredible value, and he was totally engaging. After his presentation, he received accolades from all of the attendees. He was great.
I worked with Chris on a wide-ranging internal report on the privacy implications of virtualization, the Grid, and on demand computing. He is a quick thinker, able to “see the big picture” and think strategically, and is a great guy to work with.
The most beneficial advice was Chris’ revelation on how many of the top jobs today did not exist five years ago. I found that to be an important notion that should be acknowledged because of what it means to students who are pursuing degrees in fields such as medicine, accounting, and computer science.
I have always been a future-oriented thinker, dedicated to my plan, but was facing some uncertainties about the next steps to take to further my career. So, I watched your LinkedIn Learning course Future-Proofing Your Data Science Career. I wanted to reach out and say thank you for the advice you gave in those videos. As someone new to the career of Data Science, I appreciate the guidance!
I just finished your course on LinkedIn and really loved it. As a nonlinear careerist I often feel devalued in our society, even though I know I bring value wherever I go. Your course helped me think more strategically about how I can make moves while continuing to discover things that inspire. So, thank you for providing proof (and method) of how those who are unafraid to explore bring value.