Claire Smith – Speaking Events

Intelligence, Accountability and Ethics, University of Portsmouth, November 2019

Communication and Negotiation, Buckinghamshire NHS Trust, November 2019

Communication and Negotiation for Project Managers, University of Reading Master’s Programme, October 2019

Extreme Negotiation, Association of Project Managers (APM), Leeds Beckett University, May 2019   

Crossrail Archaeology Programme: Going beyond conventional stakeholder management, Association of Project Managers, Reading University and the Chartered Institute of Building, November 2018

NHS Buckinghamshire Trust – A Mentoring Approach – A full day workshop for a mixed team in facilities management, applying the principles of mentorship to everyday communication and difficult conversations, June 2018

Brunel University London – Critical Friend to postgraduates at the Brunel Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies presenting their versions of Joint Intelligence Committee assessments, April 2018.

The Life International: Working in diplomacy and intelligence, engineering or education, April 2018

Identifying Emergent Threats, Loughborough London, February 2018

Universities, Security and Intelligence Studies, SES Colloquium, Oriel College October 2017

Ideal States and Pragmatic Alternatives, Loughborough University Here East – A three hour interactive seminar, drawing on perspectives from major programme management, international relations and risk analysis. What are the  mitigation and de-escalation options? When is good enough good enough? 16 October 2017

But what do you want it for? Secret intelligence and the foreign policy practitioner, Oriel  College, Oxford 22 September 2017

Conventional and unconventional responses to security challenges, Loughborough University Here East – A three-hour interactive session. First identify your challenges, which may themselves be novel, then consider how best to respond, 22 March 2017.

Said Business School forum, London – Chaired by the Associate Dean of Said Business School,  a panel discussion about women taking risks in their careers, 2 March 2017.

Identifying and managing emergent threats. Loughborough University, Here East – A three-hour interactive session. How do you spot a new threat? Will you know it when you see it? Are there any genuinely new threats or only old threats in new disguises? Does taking risks lead to success in your career? 1 March 2017.

Innovation and Excellence: the Future of Cybersecurity, University of Stirling 50th anniversary inaugural event – A panel discussion  on the place of technology in society and the future of cybersecurity, 26 January 2017

Beyond the Day Job: Women in Sustainable Construction and Property, May 2015

Women In Building Services and Engineering I Dare to Dream

Women in Facilities Management Annual Conference, London

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