Clare Haynes is an enthusiastic and energetic speaker on what makes work workable. She says "It's not rocket science, just common sense" which is reflected in both her content and speaking style. Clare is a soft skills specialist, experienced trainer, coach and public speaker with a background in psychology and marketing.
Clare runs Wildfire where the strap line is ‘solving your work problems: making work delicious.’ She always injects her passion and spark for leveraging talent. Clare works with teams and individuals within companies to create positive politics and real business results.
Topics include: Management, leadership, customer service, networking, feedback,career management, career planning, talent management, coaching, presenting, public speaking, negotiation, team building, life after redundancy, motivating teams.
"When presenting 'Leadership through Influencing' at a conference for our senior technicians we all thought Clare was great and the messages and ideas were just what we wanted - the way she positioned them and got the whole room involved, just perfect."
Angela Roberts, Senior HR Business Partner, NFU Mutual
"Clare Haynes has a sparkling style which can enthuse the quietest audience, and draw out contributions from all parts of the room. Her use of practical exercises locks in the learning in a non-confrontational manner. Clare is the most refreshing and dynamic trainer I know, offers a wide range of areas of expertise and it is a privilege to have her speak to our meetings."
John Claxton, Chair, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Northwest Region
Clients include Coca-Cola, The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), NHS, NFU Mutual, Department of Work and Pensions, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Royal Bank of Scotland, NG Bailey Group, Morrisons, Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), Institute of Accountants in England and Wales (ICEAW) and Coventry City Council.
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