High Content Speaker on Driving Revenue. Delivering Results.

For sales teams, leaders and businesses

 

Recognized as one of the 35 Most Influential Women In Sales globally*

“Bernadette McClelland has a unique ability to quickly connect with an audience and get them smiling and engaged and actively listening. Her message is both personal and relatable, delivered with an earnest style that causes the audience to both relate and self-assess. She impacted me in a way few speakers ever have.”

Darryl Praill, CMO, VanillaSoft
*Recognised by SalesHacker

Bernadette McClelland has given three keynote presentations for Rev it Up – Sales Leader Summits – one in 2017 in Boston, one in 2015 in Chicago and our closing keynote speaker in 2019. Each time, the audience of B2B sales leaders was riveted, fully engaged, and gave great feedback. I would not hesitate to invite Bernadette for a future event. She was professional, prepared, and supportive of our efforts.

Lori Richardson

Organizer, Rev it Up - Sales Leader Summit, and President of Women Sales Pros

Bernadette travelled from Australia for the 6th #SocialSellingForum Paris, where 500 participants shared their experience about Social Selling.
Through two keynotes, two panels and one workshop, she shared some fresh new ideas around neuroscience, social selling and the future of Sales. We would love to have her speak with us again in upcoming editions of the #SocialSellingForum.

 

Loic Simon

Founder of the #SocialSellingForum, Paris, Europe and Australia

Bernadette is a leading voice in the Asia Pacific and global sales thought leadership community. Her perspectives on how to sell ethically, authentically and with purpose are profoundly impactful and reflect the broader change currently underway in the B2B sales industry.

Bernadette is a must inclusion on any list of women leaders to watch.

Cian Mcloughlin

CEO, Trinity Perspectives

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Today marks the birthday of Martin Luther King. And this is Jacqueline Smith. Last remaining resident of Room 303 at the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, TN. The same hotel where Martin Luther King, the leader for civil and economic rights, was fatally shot in 1968,...

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