WHY BOOK MARIE-CLAIRE?
No matter which topic your choose - Marie-Claire will keep the room engaged. She insists on leading custom, highly interactive, insightful and engaging sessions, where everyone walks away with new insights and valuable tools to apply immediately.
She is an internationally sought-after keynote and conference speaker, with over 100 speeches and workshops delivered over the past 8 years to audiences ranging from 10 to 600.
Marie-Claire is an expert on trust at work. With her proprietary SUCCEeD Together Trust Framework®, she disrupts status quo thinking and helps leaders understand and apply next steps with her unique action plan. She will leave your attendees thinking and talking long after the session is over. Whether you want a 30-minute keynote or a full-day workshop, Marie-Claire will teach and share her expertise in a simple, experiential and engaging manner.
“Marie-Claire’s talk was phenomenal. Everyone has been given some very good tools and questions to improve trust. Absolutely phenomenal.”
Alan Joyce, CEO, Qantas Airways Limited
Marie-Claire Ross delivered a webinar event for AuSAE members. She was extremely engaging, insightful and practical! Providing timely information and frameworks to our community. Marie-Claire shared a great wealth of knowledge and was very open and generous to our members. We look forward to reengaging Marie-Claire again in the future.
Marie-Claire presented at our SIRF Roundtables Safety Innovations Roundtable. Her presentation was engaging, thought provoking and she introduced new information & tools which attendees saw genuine value in. Marie-Claire's session received a rating of excellent from all attendees.
Marie-Claire spoke at Associations Forum's popular CEO & Chair Symposium in February 2020 in Adelaide. Her session was interactive and gave practical advice. She encouraged interaction between the delegates while going through the steps for fostering a high trust senior leadership team. We appreciated Marie-Claire's involvement and subsequent interaction with the delegates rather than zooming away:)