Dr. Clara Seeger is a Neuroleadership coach, corporate facilitator, speaker and author, specialising in Mindfulness, Neuroscience and Emotional Intelligence.
Through collaboration with A Resilient Mind, Clara can deliver mindfulness interventions, workshops on the neuroscience of mindfulness, her own methodology of mindfulness-based coaching, neuroscience-based leadership development, as well as traditional executive coaching to corporate organisations and their employees.
Oxford-educated (MA, M.Phil) and with a PhD from King’s College London, Clara worked in investment banking before retraining and establishing her own neuroleadership consultancy. Clara works with international companies across many sectors and countries. Her approach builds on research from neuroscience, in order to help clients successfully navigate change whilst maximising focus, productivity and wellbeing. Following the completion of her M.Sc in “Mindfulness: Neuroscience and Clinical Applications” (Distinction) at King’s College, London, Clara developed her own mindfulness-based coaching methodology and is passionate about introducing the benefits and neuroscience of mindfulness to the corporate world, both theoretically and practically.
Clara is the author of Mindfulness at Work in a Week (Hachette UK, 2016), a practical and neuroscience-based introduction to mindfulness for the workplace. Her previous book Investing in Meaning – An Alternative Approach to Leveraging your Portfolio (Completely Novel, 2012), is a coaching book for helping professionals maximise their sense of meaning at work. Clara has also written several articles on neuroscience and banking.
Clara holds numerous professional training/qualifications, is an Associate of King’s College, a member of the Association for Coaching, an associate member of the Hellenic Bankers Association UK, and lead facilitator and coach assessor at the Neuroleadership Institute.
She is a native speaker of German and Greek, and is fluent in French.