COMMUNICATE WITH IMPACT
Become a more effective, engaging and inspiring communicator. Win more business, influence policy, and stand out from your competitors.
Training and Moderating Delivered Virtually or In Person
You’ll benefit from Claire’s 30 years of experience as a BBC journalist, spokesperson and moderator. She’ll share her tailored, personalised methodology which will build your confidence and transform your communications from good to great.
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What TRAINING Clients are Saying
“Thanks to Claire’s public speaking and facilitation training, my team grew in confidence mastered the techniques and successfully rolled out our marketing for growth programme to senior management.”
Beatrix Daros, Head of Consumer and Market Insights, Mars, Switzerland
Claire is an internationally sought-after moderator, with a track record of facilitating lively panel discussions at the highest level.
Watch an extract of her moderating a panel with the now French President, Emmanuel Macron, at the Women’s Forum for Economy and Society in December 2016.
What MODERATING Clients are Saying
“Claire is among the best moderators with whom I have worked over the last 12 years. Her great gift is to combine rigorous research with outstanding on stage presence. She interviews with warmth, humour, and an ear for the perfect follow up question. And that’s without mentioning her sense of timing and her velvet voice.”
Jennifer Milliken, Programme Director, Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society
I vividly remember getting criticised on Twitter for moderating two "manels" - all male panels - during a half-day event at the European Parliament in Brussels some years ago. It would have been a "manference" - a conference where only men speak - if the organisers...read more
Mounting an exhibition is one of the most challenging but potentially rich types of storytelling, as you have the scope to appeal to the senses of sight, hearing and, in some cases, touch. Curators must find a theme, and weave a red thread or "fil rouge" through the...read more
In everyday conversation, we often lead up to the point we want to make but when we are taking questions after a presentation, in a job or media interview then we want to do exactly the opposite! Why is this? Because we want to be clear and concise and show with...read more