Nadine is an experienced presenter and accomplished interviewer with a wealth of international experience, having worked in Europe, Africa, Asia Pacific, Middle East and North America, presenting for Associated Press, BBC, CNN, Global Business TV, SABC, Sky TV, Simply Money and Summit TV.
Over the last 25 years she has interviewed CEOs, MDs and senior management teams on their company’s strategy, performance and results, presenting reports on all the major business and financial stories. As London Markets Correspondent for the Financial Times and Summit TV, she was awarded ‘Financial Journalist of the Year’.
Nadine has an in depth understanding of the whole business spectrum from entrepreneurs, SMEs, right through to FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 organisations. She is highly experienced in business, economics and politics, and conversant in all the key areas including apprenticeships, banking & capital markets, chemicals, communications, construction, eCommerce, education, energy, environment, financial services, IT, logistics, media, pharmaceuticals, sustainability, technology, textiles and transport.
She chairs, facilitates and speaks at conferences, panel discussions and live events for a diverse range of clients across many sectors globally. Events vary from senior management, sales, institute and association conferences, economic forums, product launches, awards ceremonies, webinars, in house workshops, webinars and consumer & trade shows. It’s her breadth of knowledge and experience from many different sectors which enhances events, providing an external point of view and a professional edge to complement the day, and over the years she has interviewed key global players including Kofi Annan, Condoleezza Rice, Gerhard Schröder and Anders Fogh Rasmussen (former Prime Minister of Denmark and Secretary General of NATO) to name but a few.
Nadine is also Media Director of PS Programmes, delivering communications programmes, including presentation skills coaching, media training workshops and crisis media skills to some of the UK most well-known brands.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) appointed Nadine as a Non-Executive Director and member of the Audit Committee of the WorldSkills London Board, for the duration of the ‘skills olympics’ 3-year project to provide strategic leadership and direction to the executive team, overseeing legal, financial, risk management, operational issues and auditing. She had a clearly defined remit to promote best practice apprenticeships and vocational training throughout the world, laying the foundations for The Skills Show and a sea change in the way apprenticeships are now regarded by employers, employees and parents in the UK.
Nadine is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and a proud Ambassador for Workers’ Educational Association (WEA). She is co-author of the 5-star rated best-selling book Insider Secrets of Public Speaking, the essential reference for anyone who needs to stand in front of an audience to speak.
Last but certainly not least, Nadine has a daughter and son, and knows a lot about juggling balls and spinning plates!
A big thank you for so expertly chairing and facilitating our CIA Brexit conference. The feedback has been very positive and we were all particularly impressed by the sharpness of your questions and ability to engage all the speakers and the audience.
Chemical Industries Association
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“Practical and powerful advice” from the authors, Nadine Dereza & Ian Hawkins. The 5-star rated best seller Insider Secrets of Public Speaking will tell you how to express yourself with confidence and authenticity, without sacrificing your individuality, whatever the occasion and whoever you are.
Contact Nadine on +44 (0) 20 8133 8042 or email her email@example.com
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Nadine was well prepared and did an excellent job. The audience reaction was very positive. Nadine managed to emotionally engage the audience and had the wow-factor here in St. Gallen. University of St. Gallen
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