An active and influential speaker, coach and mentor, Claire presents and facilitates discussions about a range of topics from high performing teams, to engaging the millennial workforce, psychologically healthy workplaces, coaching sponsorship and mentoring, and supporting women with their leadership and financial goals. She empowers audiences to bring about real and sustainable change, both individually, professionally and at an organisational level.
A well-known innovator and influencer with over 25 years’ experience, Claire’s delivery style is engaging, humorous and genuine. She conveys her messages in a simple and direct way, with honesty and integrity that leaves a lasting impression on her audiences.
Claire’s sizzle reel (https://youtu.be/RUaJfnjD45M) shows how she is an inspirational, passionate speaker with a compelling fast paced style. Her most popular local and international presentations include:
– “Harnessing the Millennial Mindset to Build Your Leaders of Tomorrow”
– “I Can and I Will! Finding a Coach, Sponsor or Mentor to Rock You World” and
– “Women Hold Up Half the Sky! Empowering Your Female Workforce to be Your Greatest Asset.”
Claire has a background in law and as a non-executive board member. She is a regular speaker and panel facilitator, having delivered a series of engagements including the sold out 2017 keynote speech at the Salvation Army’s ‘Generous Generals’ series, which generated record revenue.
Claire is a mentor for the 7 x World Surfing Champion Layne Beachley’s “Aim for the Stars Foundation”, a non-executive director of the CommsChoice Group, Marist180, My Property Circles and the UTS Law School Board, a member of Soroptimist International, and an Entrepreneur Ambassador for Opportunity International.
Her most recent speaking engagements include the APAC Procurement Forum in Sydney, the Asian General Counsel & CoSec Summit in Singapore and Unconscious Bias & Gender Parity in the Workplace in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. For details of her upcoming speaking events, or to read her blog, please visit Claire’s website (www.clairebibby.com).