Claire Lichie

"Claire has worked extensively in learning and development, specialising in behavioural change, for more than 20 years, and has been working with Steps since the millennium. She has relished the variety of activities with Steps, as she moves between as an actor, facilitator, programme designer and coach.

Claire is a qualified Executive Coach accredited by the AoEC and her continuous professional development, includes working towards her ICF accreditation.

She is passionate about the benefit experiential communications training brings to participants of all levels, be it working with graduates in a law firm or senior leadership in the United Nations.

Her expertise in interpersonal communications, allows her to combine techniques from her acting background alongside her business knowledge and she’s been privileged to work with a diverse range of cultures delivering training globally both in person and virtually. Her work in the public and private sector includes programmes on many topics including Diversity and Inclusion, Unconscious Bias and Performance Management for clients such as ING, TfL and DLA Piper."


About Claire Lichie

What are you passionate about?

I’m passionate about travel and have been lucky to see a lot of the world. Climbing Table Mountain and being up close to elephants and lions in South Africa are just a fraction of some of the highlights!

What is your Proudest Achievement?

Being a volunteer for the wonderful children’s charity Scene and Heard. A unique mentoring project that partners the inner-city children of Somers Town, London with theatre professionals.

What was your first pet?

An amazing tabby cat called ‘Rocket’, as she was incredibly fast on her feet. As a child, I would welcome her curling up at night with me. She would take up most of the space under the duvet or on my pillow and I would accommodate her so as not to disturb her sleep. Many years later, the pattern is repeating itself with my current cat, Dusty!