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DR. CLAIRE MURIGANDE

From scientist to award-nominated podcast host, Dr. Claire Murigande champions social impact and gender parity.

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Speaker, Advisor, Podcast Host

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Rwanda 🇷🇼

inspirational leader
Dr. Claire Murigande
Dr. Claire Murigande

ABOUT CLAIRE

Dr. Claire Murigande is an inspiring personality with the vision to amplify social impact through audio storytelling. She is a captivating speaker, outstanding moderator, and a multi award-nominated podcast host. In her career within the life sciences industry, she has been recognised as a thoughtful and effective leader. She is a passionate advocate for gender parity and inclusion. Dr. Murigande holds a PhD in biology and an Executive MBA in Digital Leadership.

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SUCCESS IS BEING HAPPY WITH WHAT YOU DO, PARTICULARLY BEING FULFILLED AND BALANCED IN YOUR LIFE, ALL WHILE MAKING A LIVING.

Dr. Claire Murigande

CLAIRE IN A NUTSHELL

Speaker, Advisor, Podcast Host

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area of expertise

Coaching Consulting Media Rwanda 🇷🇼

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leadership

CLAIRE AS A LEADER

Success is being happy with what you do, particularly being fulfilled and balanced in your life, all while making a living.

Leadership is not imposing your power onto others.

Great Leaders are inclusive.

The future of leadership is collaborative and empathetic.

When I think of a leader, I think of an authentic and courageous person.

Dr. Claire Murigande
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ACKNOWLEDGING MISTAKES AND GROWING FROM THEM DEFINES YOUR LEADERSHIP.

Dr. Claire Murigande

CLAIRE ON WORK-LIFE INTEGRATION

Dr. Claire Murigande prioritizes her health above all work, understanding that without well-being, she cannot serve others or pursue her purpose. She emphasizes the importance of taking necessary time off to rest and regenerate, practicing mindfulness and meditation to manage negative emotions. Claire views these practices as essential to maintaining balance and personal effectiveness.

CLAIRE ON MISTAKES AND LEARNING

Taking responsibility for my mistakes means first self-reflecting on my behavior or the signals I missed. Then, I admit the situation to my peers or team and ask for their critical feedback on my actions or decisions. This openness helps build trust and continuous improvement.

Dr. Claire Murigande
Dr. Claire Murigande
Dr. Claire Murigande
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DARE TO STAY TRUE TO YOUR VALUES, ESPECIALLY IN DIFFICULT SITUATIONS, AND THEREFORE BECOMING AN INSPIRING ROLE-MODEL TO OTHERS.

Claire on becoming a better leader

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