As a motivational speaker, only a few people come close to Linda. She believes that her story can change the way people see service. Her first challenge came when Sir Richard Branson called to give her a specific instruction; to make flying fun. She stood up to the task and did a fantastic job at Virgin Atlantic. What followed was a string of successes and experiences that would mold her into one of the best speakers at conference events. She offers advice to a wide range of audiences, delving into the principles behind the so-called Olympic-level customer service.
Reasons to Book Linda Moir
- She delivers influential speeches on quite a number of topics, including customer service, consumer behavior, women in business, leadership, employee engagement, and brand image. That means her keynote speaking scope is wide enough to suit any corporate event.
- Linda has an exceptional ability to deliver motivational speeches with unrivaled excellence. She gives her thought-provoking messages, full of stories and lessons, in a really engaging way.
- With a unique customer service and human resource management background, she has earned an extraordinary reputation as a high-profile keynote speaker with practical examples from her own corporate world experiences.
Linda Moir uses a likable positive demeanor to inspire morale in businesses. According to her, this is the key to customer service success. As a leadership expert, her ideology revolves around the fact that leaders are also ordinary people, and it is helpful for any manager to seek advice from their forerunners (people who have been in leadership before).
Linda’s first big role in customer service came in the form of the Cabin Services Head at British Airways, a position she held for 11 years. This was after completing a Master’s degree in People Management & Industrial Relations in 1986. In 2001, she relinquished her position at British Airways to take up the role of Human Resource Director at NATS. With at least 2.5 million flights a year and a turnover of £600 million, Linda got the job done like never before.
In 2003, Sir Richard Branson called Linda asking her to revive customer service at Virgin. This saw her quit NATS after only two years of service. Thanks to her excellent performance at Virgin, Linda is credited with the airline’s award-winning customer service. In 2009, she was hired to deliver high-quality hosting at the 2012 London Olympics, a mandate she discharged exceptionally well, with 200, 15,000, and 6,500 staff, volunteers, and contractors, respectively.
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