a passionate, entertaining & knowledgeable speaker
With a combination of over 20+ years of experience in the banking world, coupled with a very practical attitude to getting things done, Treasa is as energetic on stage, as she is empathetic to the challenges that we all face in life, and in navigating our careers successfully.
After spending 22 years building her own successful career in banking, in Dublin, London and New York Treasa set up Treasa Fitzgibbon Coaching, otherwise known as the Career Activist.
Today Treasa is an in-demand speaker who weaves her years of experience, with the skills and strategies she has developed as a Career Coach & Strategist.
She is guaranteed to entertain with humorous stories, inspire through relatable experiences and always leave the listeners with actionable takeaways that are immediately applicable to your everyday life and career.
My Signatures talks include;
My topics are aimed at elevating performance in the workplace, by tapping into coaching,
mentoring and training skills to educate and elevate each individual.
Learn how to become a career activist, by taking full ownership and responsibility for your career
How your Attitude, Language & Behaviours shape your future.
How to Create Your Personal Brand
Decide who you want to be & then be her.
Increase your confidence by quietening your inner critic
Embrace the power of asking for what you want and need
Removing the shame and stigma to stimulate conversationGender & Emotional Intelligence: use it to your advantage
What you need to know to change cultures
Use it to your advantage
The Myth of Motivation
& Power of Habits
While waiting for motivation to strike, learn how to use the power of habits to build the career, and life you want
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What makes Treasa unique is her own experience as a ‘Been there, done that’ speaker and coach. She has faced many of the challenges that women face today and uses her experiences to help women navigate and accelerate their careers.
I invited Treasa to speak to the Intergenerational Network members (1800) regarding motivation. She delivered an interactive webinar on how you can build positive habits that set you on course to achieve your goals. She received raving reviews and I have already seen productivity go up – people got in the ‘’rhythm’’! Treasa is compelling in her delivery and relates to the audience through real life examples.
Maria Logiopoulou Director
Treasury Sales Manager
We engaged Treasa to deliver a session to the members of our Women’s Network on How to Become a Career Activist.
Treasa’s practical, no-nonsense approach on how to drive your own career success really resonated with all of our employees. I had team members of all genders, ages and levels of the business reaching out to me for weeks afterwards, thanking us for arranging this session!
Treasa takes a pragmatic approach to career success, arming people with real-life tips and changes they can make to advance their careers.
I would highly recommend her sessions to anyone who feels stuck in a professional rut, and unsure how to push their career on.
Kerry Lynch - CBRE
Treasa delivers presentations and training that inspire women to go after their career goals, while giving them practical tools to help them do so. She is energetic, and her passionate for helping women comes through loud and clear. After the event we received great feedback from our team, about the content and how they could apply it to your themselves. We were immediately asked when she would be coming back!
Managing Director | Head of Global Transaction Services Canada | Bank of America
Treasa was an engaging speaker and offered practical and manageable advice to the Fairygodboss community for breaking "bad" habits and starting good ones. She provided relatable examples and encouraged attendees to re-evaluate their core values and current situations to help set attainable goals that will keep them motivated and on the road to success. Attendees loved her advice and were able to start implementing it right away!
Fairy God Boss - Samantha Spicer
- Treasa’s becoming a career activist talk was undoubtedly the best career development session I’ve attended. Her no nonsense advice gave us useable strategies on how to develop our own careers. Her own successful career gave me the confidence that these tools would work, including her experience to be able to empathise with women in our industry. I particularly benefited from her advice on career advocacy - something many women struggle with. Leaving the session with a challenge was useful as it gave us an obvious small next step on how to start implanting the tools she discussed.
- “Presentation got right to the point; so did the speaker. Crisp and relevant. Content resonated and pace and delivery kept my focus active and engaged. Questions and observations were expertly addressed and provided a collegial and interactive feeling to the session”
- “One of the best LEAD events I have attended. Treasa pinpoints the common pitfalls that stop females in realizing their full potential. Great guidance given on clear actionable items that we can all do to ensure we are effective and prioritizing appropriately”
- I want to share my gratitude for such a wonderful session for our teams. We continue to receive great feedback and simply just sincere 'Thank You's' from individuals who found the session to be invaluable.
- The level of transparency, shared career experiences, touching on points that many go through, as well as the clear direction on options and routes one can take to advance their career, all were very well presented.
- I have been on several calls related to this subject, and this one was exceptional and excellent.
- “Practical advice was given and the attendees were given an opportunity to interact with the panel and ask for specific advice which made it inclusive”
- “one of the best events I have attended covering a critical topic at demystifying what you need to do to make it to senior positions. Engaging throughout and very honest”
- “I am the world’s worst for assisting others and although apparently in my DNA, I will endeavor to start saying no!!