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Louise Clifton

Director of Marketing, Communications and Operations

Over the last six years Louise has crafted a career in marketing and communications within higher education. Specialising in professional development, Louise thrives on working with people to bring alive the stories that show the wider world who they are and why what they do matters.

“As a marketer, I am fascinated by the narratives we choose to use to connect with others. Doing this well is an essential skill, particularly for everyone in higher education right now. My purpose with Invisible Grail is to support people to discover how they can make these connections, drawing on strengths that are already intrinsically theirs.

Working with Invisible Grail has brought together my love of words, my profession as a marketer, and my aspiration to make a positive difference to people’s lives. I am lucky enough to do this with my former mentor, and an expert team who share a belief that we all have the potential to create extraordinary narratives which challenge our understanding of the way the world should be.”

Contact Louise, e: louise.clifton@invisiblegrail.com

Louise’s blogs

  • Chasing the unicorn – restoring elusive conversations

    Chasing the unicorn – restoring elusive conversations

    Meetings, emails, packed agendas: our days at work are full, yet so much of what we do in these spaces relies on our ability to connect – negotiate, empathise, deliberate – with others. In this …Read More »
  • A professional narrative: who we are and what we do

    A professional narrative: who we are and what we do

    What is a professional narrative? How do we know when we have one? And do we even need one? Louise Clifton explores how values, voice and purpose shape our individual and collective narratives, and how …Read More »
  • The power of not knowing

    The power of not knowing

    How confident are you to say that you don’t have the answer? Not knowing is powerful. It encourages us to question, rather than assume. It enables us to share expertise and promises collective enquiry. This is why …Read More »
  • How to be yourself at work

    How to be yourself at work

    It’s natural for us to adopt the mannerisms of our work place; to become the decision maker, broker or peace-keeper. But what do we lose if we only bring just one part of ourselves to …Read More »