effective communication / inspired leadership / executive performance / message presentation / personal influence / human potential
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Miriam Staley is a presenter and event host, speaker, executive coach and business catalyst who supports clients with their communication strategies and delivery.
Her roles as an entrepreneur, TV personality, dynamic trainer and facilitator have all given her essential first-hand knowledge of how major corporate cultures, industry pioneers and global companies fundamentally require effective and engaging ways to communicate their purpose and messages to successfully evolve.
Miriam is a passionate believer that everyone can learn how to communicate better and supports her clients to achieve the maximum impact that a well-crafted and superbly presented message can deliver. In all of this, her strong focus to helping board level and senior leaders identify, nurture and get results from their people, is a personal commitment she gives executive teams through every engagement.
Her role as the CEO and Talent Specialist at the Thought Expansion Network means that not only does she personally deliver meaningful support to businesses, their events and leaders, but that she also connects the best TEN Talent experts to provide tailor-made speeches and solutions that maximise performance, inspiration and motivation. Ultimately, her approach to communication and exceeding expectation adds true value to company’s bottom line.
Working alongside clients, bureaux, agencies and industry groups on their specific conference and event content, she recommends and integrates speakers and thought-leaders at the earliest stages of their agenda and forum development, and contributes her knowledge to place thought leaders on some of the most influential stages worldwide.
“Miriam does more than walk her clients through best practices, she is able to quickly understand specific content, how it fits within the big picture and the priorities of the messaging.”