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Claire Harbour

Biography

Claire is a passionate and experienced adviser on all matters related to people, talent and culture. She has in recent years held roles across borders, ranging from coaching, through consulting, to mentoring and writing, as well as training. More than 2000 individuals have grown and developed, supported by Claire’s coaching, and she advises companies, as well as investors, on how to maximise their talent more creatively.

Her earlier career spans work across 4 continents, 17 countries and 8 languages, from the Swire Group to LVMH, Egon Zehnder to independent, freelance opportunities.

Claire writes regularly on talent, publishing articles and books, as well as a monthly magazine. Her book, Disrupt Your Career, with co-author Antoine Tirard, was published in late 2017, to a positive reception.

She has a degree from Cambridge and an MBA from INSEAD, and welcomes the opportunity  for projects, coaching and speaking engagements worldwide.

www.disrupt-your-career.com

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Getting Your Foot in the Door When Switching Industries

Claire Harbour-Lyell & Antoine Tirard

Here’s how you can prevail against unimaginative recruiters and employers.

Career

Making the Leap to Entrepreneurship

Antoine Tirard & Claire Harbour-Lyell

Three former corporate executives who migrated to the start-up world share their stories and tips.
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Lessons for Boardroom Debutantes

Claire Harbour-Lyell & Antoine Tirard

Three women non-executive directors share their tips for anyone aspiring to join the boardroom.

Career

Am I Too Old to Switch Careers?

A. Tirard, C. Harbour-Lyell, N. Courtis

Eight reasons why career transitions later in life are possible despite lingering age discrimination.
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Career

The 4 Es of Successful Career Transitions

A. Tirard, C. Harbour-Lyell, N. Courtis

A navigational framework to take ownership of your career.

Career

The Mindset That Fosters Career Agility

Antoine Tirard & Claire Harbour-Lyell

Six personal factors can smooth the process of career change.
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