Miriam Staley is a warm, personable and engaging event host and conference facilitator. Her ability to bring together the threads and themes of any event, and get the best out of all the on-stage and audience participants adds a unique dimension and real value to any conference environment.
Over the past ten years Miriam has spoken at a wide variety of events, on a diverse range of subjects. She is passionately committed to seeing people achieve outstanding results. By drawing on her business background and other life experiences, she helps people believe in their ability to succeed, and their potential for greatness.
Miriam speaks extensively about the link between mindset and maximising potential, how to create and manage your personal brand, the psychology of first impressions – usually packaged under the theme of making and riding waves to achieve better results.
At the age of only 26, Miriam made it to the final five in the first series of The Apprentice UK, and notably received a public apology from Sir Alan Sugar after he fired her, admitting that he had made a mistake.
The programme was a spring-board for Miriam’s business and entrepreneurial interests. She moved back to the UK from the Caribbean, landing a job with Lloyds TSB heading up their Corporate Sponsorship programme.
This role gave her essential first-hand knowledge of a major corporate company, and also the opportunity to work directly on the organisation’s partnership with the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
When the company restructured, Miriam decided that the time was right to concentrate on her own business interests and to develop her career as a speaker, presenter and dynamic facilitator for live events, ranging from company conferences to awards ceremonies.
If you asked Miriam to define her life’s purpose, she would say ‘to communicate and inspire’. Miriam is a totally compelling public speaker, and loves inspiring others to be better than they thought they could ever be.Contact us to find out more See all speakers