Nicky Moffat is famed as the highest-ranking woman in the British Army. Having served an impressive 27 years in the Armed Forces, Nicky uses the skills and life lessons learnt in service to provide actionable takeaways for businesses as a female motivational speaker and leadership coach. Covering topics such as leadership, personal development and transformational change, Nicky inspires other women to pursue careers in the Armed Forces.
Nicky quickly proved her worth as a leader in the Army, and after various regimental positions, Nicky became an instructor at The Army Staff College and a Company Commander for the Army Training Regiment. She has also been the Management Planner for the Army Headquarters Land Forces and a Commanding Officer at the Army Personnel Support Training School. Now retired from the forces, Nicky is committed to sharing her expertise of leadership and acts as a positive role model for women as an inclusive leader.
Some of Nicky’s most important roles have included being the Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Defence and the Head of Pay and Strategic Manning for the Armed Forces under the UK Ministry of Defence. She has also worked as the Director of Personnel Administrative Capability for the British Army, Career and Talent Manager for the Army Personnel Centre and the Head of Army Pay, Allowances, Charges and Pension Policy for the UK Ministry of Defence. Highly commended for her service, Nicky has also been the Life Vice President and Trustee of the Women’s Royal Army Corps Association and a Judge for the European Diversity Awards.
Named as one of BBC’s 100 Women and appointed CBE in 2012, Nicky is widely regarded as an inspirational woman and is now booked as a female motivational speaker for corporate events. Pioneering the male-dominated sector of the Armed Forces, Nicky acts as a positive role model for other women wanting to pursue careers in the Armed Forces and encourages inclusive leadership. Often seen commenting on policies, cultures and processes that hold women back, Nicky is passionate to raise awareness of things that are a detriment to women. A fantastic speaker, look no further than Nicky Moffat when looking to book an empowering female motivational speaker.
Most recently, Nicky Moffat was inducted into the Top Female Speakers to Book for International Women’s Day, congratulating her achievements throughout the British Army.
Nicky Moffat is regularly booked to engage audiences at events, read their latest feedback below:
“We booked Nikki to talk at our ‘women in road’ network event. Nicky gave a fantastic talk and really connected with her audience who found her both interesting and thought-provoking. She was a great success and feedback after the event was all positive- they loved her”
“Leadership and management are two skills that you can never invest too much in. Nicky was the keynote speaker at a breakfast meeting I organised for over 140 businesses to encourage them to invest in leadership and management training. The audience was engaged and inspired. Nicky demonstrated how tried and tested Army methods can be applied to business; afterwards they were queuing up to speak to her and ask her questions. Although Nicky has no doubt faced tougher challenges in her army career, a room full of businesspeople waiting to be impressed at 7 am can be quite daunting but she had them hanging on her every word. Nicky received some of the best feedback for any speaker I have had to one of my events. I have no hesitation in recommending Nicky for any public speaking roles”
“I have had the pleasure of working with Nicky both as a speaker and also as a Leadership Coach. Her pragmatic and enigmatic style keep the audience engaged, using storytelling to send clear messages that reinforce great leadership. As a coach she is able to quickly assess and identify the key priorities to be explored, allowing topics to be progressed in a fast and efficient way. I would totally recommend Nicky for her expertise, delivery and commitment- she is 100% reliable and an excellent resource for any organisation”