SUMMER classes
 

We are super excited to be bringing our night schools to women all over London in 2017. The aim is to make affordable training with top trainers available to all. 

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April 25 – Imposter Syndrome – Roxanne Hobbs

Imposter Syndrome is a term coined in the 1970s to describe the phenomenon whereby successful people are unable to internalise their own success. Do you often feel like you're going to 'get found out' or that you've got to where you are based on 'being in the right place at the right time'? This evening workshop will explore the concept of Imposter Syndrome and how it might be showing up in your professional life. We will understand how your response to Imposter Syndrome might be getting in the way of your authenticity and courage, and show you ways in which to move beyond Imposter Syndrome and own your success!

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April 26 - How To Be A Creative Leader In 10ish Words - Emma Scott-Robinson

Discover why being a creative leader is a little like learning how to fly a hot air balloon. In this open and collaborative session, you’ll explore what it takes to get to the top, as well as what to do when the going gets tough.

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May 3 – Have presence: body language – Rebecca MacKenzie

Your body language shapes how you are and how you’re perceived. Learn how to own a room, inspire a team and have presence with effective body language. Leave learning the difference body posture can make to stilling your nerves, commanding authority and managing the way people respond to you.

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May 10 - Rapport: building better relationships – Laura Bartlett

Building and maintaining strong connections are at the heart of everything we do.

Need to be a trusted adviser to your senior client? Want to have more influence with your senior network? Building rapport quickly and easily is key to having better relationships – both in and outside of your agency.

This workshop gives you tools and techniques to instantly build rapport, develop better long term relationships and extend your network.

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May 16 - How To Lead - Harriet Minter, ex-editor, Guardian, 'Women in Leadership' 

As the editor of The Guardian's 'Women in Leadership', Harriet Minter has met some of the top leaders in the UK. Studies show many women get 'stuck' in middle management. Here she shows how to step up to leadership and takes some of her learnings, including how to create a vision for yourself, your work and your life.

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May 23 – Personal Brand - Harriet Minter, ex-editor, Guardian, 'Women in Leadership' 

In a highly competitive market, you must stand out. Learn how to create your own personal brand, have a strong online presence and get more of the jobs you want. From creating your own identity to being ‘seen’ in the market place, discover how to stand out from the crowd.

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May 24  – Story tell your presentation – Rebecca MacKenzie

Learn the principles for emotive and persuasive presentations. Participants bring a brief presentation to workshop. Discover keys for storytelling and structuring the content of your presentation. We look at strategies for generating ideas, selecting and organising content to ensure that the audience are engaged and convinced.

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May 31 – Personal Brand - Harriet Minter, ex-editor, Guardian, 'Women in Leadership' 

In a highly competitive market, you must stand out. Learn how to create your own personal brand, have a strong online presence and get more of the jobs you want. From creating your own identity to being ‘seen’ in the market place, discover how to stand out from the crowd.

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June 7 - How to silence your inner critic - Roxanne Hobbs

When people think of doing something brave, the fear of what people might say is quite often overwhelming. In my extensive coaching experience, I have found that our inner critic's voice can be just as powerful. So often we speak to ourselves in a way that we wouldn't speak to our worst enemies, and our inner critics voice can truly stop us from stepping up. We might hear, "who are you to think this is possible?' in one ear and 'you should wait until you've lost 10lbs and got an MBA on the other'. This session will encourage us to get to grips with the critics voices and learn tools and techniques to overcome them. It is those that have got to know these critics voices well that are most able to overcome them and be brave with their lives. We will finish the session by learning about self compassion and learning some tools to try to step change how we speak to ourselves.

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June 14 – The art of resilience – Laura Bartlett

Got criticised? Piece of work bombed? Resilience is a fundamental life skill. We all have it; we don't always use it. Life can be tough. The ability to be strong in the face of adversity and recover quickly, will allow you to better manage difficult situations in the future. Become resilient - and your career will fly. Learn with one of London’s top trainers.

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June 20  – Present like a pro – Rebecca MacKenzie

Present like a pro with Rebecca MacKenzie’s Method. Learn how to have gravitas and presence in a room and handle a crowd. You’ll leave with confidence in your presentation skills, techniques actors use to still nerves and an effective story-telling structure.

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June 27 – How to beat the block – Harriet Minter, ex-editor, Guardian, 'Women in Leadership' 

The pressure to be constantly creative, to find new ideas every day, can be tough. Every creative knows the fear of feeling that you might have run out of ideas, but when this hits what do you do? In this two hour workshop journalist and broadcaster, Harriet Minter, will run you through some of the mental and physical steps you can take to push through the block and give your creativity a boost. 

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July 4 – Dealing with conflict – Alice Driscoll

Conflict in the workplace is inevitable but having a practical toolkit for managing and resolving conflict can significantly reduce both the amount of conflict we have to deal with and the negative impact it has on our wellbeing and our careers.

Do you tend to shy away from conflict?  Are tricky colleagues making you miserable?  In this session we will explore the different kinds of work place conflicts we typically encounter, understand why they occur, and learn how to prevent, manage, defuse and even resolve conflict. 

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July 12 – Brand voice – Vikki Ross

Copywriters, join Vikki in looking at brands that get their voice right - and those that don't. She'll show you where a brand voice comes from and how to create one yourself, with tips and techniques for developing guidelines for clients and agencies.

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July 19 – How to lead – Roxanne Hobbs

Discover what authentic leadership is. Learn what it means to lead in the 21st century and understand the emerging styles of leadership as we move away from 'coerce and control' in to something new. How can the feminine, vulnerability and intuition have a place in your leadership style? What are the ways in which we move away from our authenticity? Find tips and ways to understand and step in to your own leadership style and maintain your authenticity.

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July 26 - The listening ground – Rebecca MacKenzie

For people feeling burnt out or stressed, this workshop is an invitation to reconnect with your creative self. Your personal creativity is a great gift. This workshop gives you space to tap into that, providing a place to rest, listen and open up a path ahead.

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