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Dale Stafford

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Keynote speaker Dale Stafford is a successful business woman with a proven track record that includes launching, managing and leading the development and growth of her own business. She has been named one of the North West's Top 100 Women of Influence by Business Insider as well as recognised by the Prime Minister for her personal contribution to further education and skills.

In 1980, Dale started her own business, which, under her leadership, became one of the UK’s leading and best performing training providers. Then, in 2012, Dale founded The Principle Department, where she designs and delivers services (coaching, mentoring and speaking) tailored to her clients needs.

A charismatic speaker, Dale has contributed significantly to the development and growth of many organisations and thousands of people. Dale’s approach is engaging and focused on delivering real benefit to individuals and the organisations they work in. What’s more, she has a great sense of humour and is fun to work with.

She is also the author of “The Book of Job – the business of people for people in business”, which takes a refreshing, wry and thought-provoking look at the founding principles for success.

Dale Stafford combines her vast business experience with an expert understanding in the field of learning and development. She continually earns the respect of top decision-makers and leaders of the future. Dale’s personal mission is to inspire and motivate people to realise their own potential, improve the quality of their lives and so encourage them to make a bigger contribution to the businesses they own or work in, their families and the communities they’re part of. Above all, Dale really makes a difference by unleashing the human spirit and expanding her clients’ capacity to grow and achieve.

Dale helps businesses across a wide range of sectors to grow. To achieve this, she works on:

Strategic Planning

Action Planning for implementation

Employee Engagement

Leadership & Management Development

Coaching executives and senior managers

Customer Service Programmes

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    Keynote by Speaker Dale Stafford

    IT’S TOUGH AT THE TOP, BUT WHAT ABOUT YOUR BOTTOM?

    • If you’re a business owner, manager or in any leadership or management role, chances are the tough economic times we’re living through are putting ever increasing pressure on you. In such a turbulent world, knowing what it really takes to achieve results is at the heart of achieving success.  So what does it take? And how do you think you’re measuring up?

     

    Keynote by Speaker Dale Stafford

    FROM DRESSING ROOM TO BOARD ROOM

    • As the Bard of Avon once said, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” But what can the age of celebrity and showbiz teach us about business in the real world? Quite a lot it would seem. So join Dale with a peek behind the red velvet curtain and share her story of what being born in a trunk taught her about success and how to achieve it.

     

    Keynote by Speaker Dale Stafford

    THE PRINCIPLE DEPARTMENT ETHOS: BESPOKE TALKS

    • Whether you’re facing a difficult challenge or embarking on exciting plans, if it involves people, and you want something different to get everyone singing from the same hymn sheet, you’ve come to the right Department. Dale’s bespoke approach always hits the mark, because we truly tailor our message to really speak to the particulars of your people and your business.
01.11.2018

Interview with Dale Stafford

Who or what inspires you most?
So many people and things. But if I have to choose I’d say, human potential and the power of the human spirit. Anyone who demonstrates the ability to overcome adversity or create and achieve things that make their life, their place of work or the world a better place for everyone to live in.

Which of your keynotes is most popular/well received?
Being well received starts way before I step onto any platform. It’s understanding exactly what each client is looking for or wants to achieve by engaging a speaker. Then I can recommend the most appropriate keynote for them and ensure I add maximum value to their event. If that’s done, you can pretty well guarantee it’ll always be well received. Then again, if I have to pick, I’d say “It’s Tough At The Top – But What About Your Bottom?” is universally a winner.

What is the most unique experience you have had as a result of your job?
I’ve never thought of my professional life as a job or career but more as a personal mission and it’s led to a few unique experiences that I never imagined I’d have. For instance, being invited to Buckingham Palace and Downing Street in recognition of my work. Although the experience I love the most, is the buzz of meeting someone who says something like, “You changed my life”, “It was because of you that I started my own business” or “I love your book and carry it everywhere.” That’s endlessly satisfying and unique because it’s come from an individual.

Why do clients typically hire you to speak?
Usually it’s because they’ve been recommended by another satisfied client, they’re specifically looking for a female, business speaker or something a bit different in terms of style of delivery.

What has been the best experience of your career?
The life it’s enabling me to lead and making a difference to other people by enabling them to realise their own potential, achieve their goals and grow the businesses they own and work in. I get particularly excited about small and medium-sized businesses – the Saviours of the Nation as I call them – because they’re the ones promoting innovation, generating new jobs and driving the economy.

What are 3 tips you would give for achieving success?

  • Most importantly, make sure you define what ‘success’ means to you, enjoy the day to day activity it’s going to take to get you there and make it fun.
  • Keep learning all the time and realise that we’re all our own greatest asset and also our own biggest liability.
  • Remember that ‘overnight success’ is largely a myth. So be persistent and stick at it when the going gets tough, because if it was easy everyone would be doing it, and they’re not. Plus, if it was easy, there’d be less satisfaction in having achieved it at all.
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