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Lisa is a regular guest on Radio York as well as a columnist in local magazines and newspapers. 

Lisa believes true self empowerment is feeling UNSTOPPABLE towards and into the experiences you value in life, removing the layers of doubt, self criticism, lack of self worth so you can be free for your life’s path.

Lisa is known by her audiences as “The Fire Igniter”. She ignites peoples inner flame, connecting what is really important to them in their life.


She is not your chalk and talk speaker. Lisa believes that when you listen you can have an appreciation, when you experience you have transformation.

Somehow she gets your audiences on their feet, feeling a “power” driving through their bodies.


Lisa has always been an experiential learner, coupled with being trained by the best in the world on “Empowerment”.
Lisa creates a presence that feels accessible and yet the effects last a lifetime.

Puma, Morrisons, Lloyds, The British Armed Forces and many of the UK’s leading blue chip companies have hired Lisa as a keynote speaker for their events, and the audiences have experienced TRUE SELF EMPOWERMENT time and time again. Your audience will be triggered to think “What is possible?” for themselves, business and careers…it will be impossible for their minds not to access “possibility”.


If you want your team to feel ambitious, hopeful, excited and EMPOWERED to succeed then Lisa’s keynote talk will IGNITE that flame of possibility……and then the magnet towards succeeding.


Lisa’s own life path from a surprisingly very difficult childhood meant she was born to teach, share and develop EMPOWERMENT within people. It’s in her every fibre, her bones. This is not a taught process that she preaches and churns out…… THIS IS IN HER BLOOD….which is where her power to take an audience on a journey of courage and dynamic thinking really lies…..her only interest is in your greatness.


She is easy to engage with whatever your audience size, this feeling that she is ‘one of us’ triggers people to take immediate action.

So if your are looking for a speaker who will have your audience laughing, crying and doing the unthinkable all within an hour….CALL LISA TODAY!

Don’t just take my word for it, read what Sarah Byrne, MD of Mosaic Events has to say;
Choosing a great speaker for your next event – Sarah Byrne, Director, Mosaic Events
I have been to and organised many events where we have had fantastic speakers but then some that are not so great!

We all know it is a hard thing for the majority of people to get up and present to an audience (it’s not something I love myself) but speakers need to be engaging and give delegates something to take away otherwise it will put a dampener on your event.

Where to start – always look at speaker credentials so where have they spoken previously and what type of audiences have they addressed and therefore will the content be relevant to our audience? What are you trying to achieve do you want something which is more inspiring to challenge and your audience or do you simply want to entertain with comedy? Seek a speaker that has good background of experience working with your relevant goal in mind.

Once you have made a decision and budget is an issue some speakers will drop their fees in return for promoting themselves or selling copies of their books so this is worth investigating. Ensure you have a contract in place (that covers you if they don’t turn up! Never pay their entire fee in advance). If you have time it is always worth going along to actually see them speak at another event use Youtube, TED talks and check out their general on-line presence. If you are part of an on-line group of events organisers ask them they may have used at other events previously.

Prior to your event ensure you give the speaker a detailed briefing, at so many events I have seen speakers stand up and prepare something which is not relevant to the audience purely because they haven’t been briefed correctly by the organiser. So remember to tell them about key people that may be in the audience, time that they have to keep to, any no go’s and must covers! Overall ensure you are not leading them into the lion’s den and they feel relaxed.

Finally always thank your speakers if they have done a great job after the event and tell others how great they are if there is room for improvement give them feedback this is so important so they are able to improve and develop for other events.

I will leave you with some suggestions of great speakers we have used at past events we would recommend for your next event!
Empowerment for success – Lisa Clifford –
Rugby hero and Strictly Champion - Matt Dawson -
Words greatest living explorer – Sir Ranulph Fiennes -
Broadcaster, after dinner speaker and entertainer – Gyles Brandeth -

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