Empowering Women

Good news… Having sold out June’s Empowering Women event in just 5 minutes and 38 seconds, we have decided to run the event again, the week after on Wednesday 1st July. We’re incredibly fortunate to have such awesome speakers, that they’ve all agreed to talk at both the June and the July dates. #WeHaveTheBestSpeakers

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On July 1st, we’ll be hosting the event at the Moorland Garden Hotel (the June 25th event will still be held at Kitley House Hotel).

We’ll start a little later than normal again, so we look forward to welcoming attendees from 9.15 to 9.45am. This time, we will run until around 12.30pm, as we want to include another speaker for you all. We’ve set out the agenda for you below and instructions for how to book your tickets!

Our big plan for the day!

9.15am – 9.45am – Arrivals, networking, tea and coffee
9.45am – 9.55am – Welcome and introductions
9.55am – 10.30am – Helen Tite (talking about stress)
10.30am – 10.50am – Table Discussions Round 1
10.50am – 11.10am – Table Discussions Round 2
11.10am – 11.25am – Break (we’ll probably decorate something too!)
11.25am – 11.55am – Alison Dale (talking about confidence and presenting)
11.55am – 12.15pm – Table Discussions Round 3
12.15pm – 12.35pm – Table Discussions Round 4
12.35pm – 12.40pm – Summary and thank you
12.40pm – Close

Speakers

The speakers on the day are as follows:

Helen Tite – she was so popular in January, we weren’t going to let her leave until she agreed to come back in June! Helen is the Wellness Anarchist, and runs the Core Health Consultancy. For those of you who were at January’s event, you’ll know what an incredibly inspirational force of nature she is!

Alison Dale – One of the subjects that we were asked for speakers to talk about was how to present. This could be in a meeting, in a pitch, or when giving a talk. This is right up Alison’s street. She’s the Senior Learning and Development Manager at Bishop Fleming and you’ll learn some great techniques from her talk. A big part of presenting is confidence, so we asked Alison to incorporate this into her talk as well.

Anna Lake – Table Discussion Leader – Anna’s a freelance marketing consultant, based in Tavistock. She’s enjoyed a rich career to date, working for a couple of huge brands in the Professional Services sector – BDO and Deloitte, where she was responsible for the ‘Exceptional Client Service’ agenda. She has since helped many other companies with their customer/client service and now runs Anna Lake Consulting. Anna will be talking about putting yourself into your customer’s shoes, and looking at what proactive steps you can take to improve your customer service.

Rachael Howourth – Rachael is a Director at Momentum South West, where she works with businesses who want to grow their sales revenue, productivity, profits and customer lifetime value. She delivers a blended approach of training, coaching and consultancy to help improve leadership and personal effectiveness, sales strategy and the sales process. Rachael will be talking about the area that was requested by most people at January’s event – Time Management. This is likely to incorporate elements of work/life balance etc.

Kamila Bielawska – Kamila is well known throughout the area as one face of the hugely successful Eddystone Media. If there’s a major event in Plymouth, there’s a great chance that Eddystone Media are there! They’ve achieved some incredible things, working on events on behalf of Plymouth Waterfront Partnership, RIO, the Royal William Yard, Event West and more recently, St Luke’s Hospice’s Elmer Trail. Kamila will be giving you advice over how to make your social media presence more authentic.

Hilary Cragg – As a Partner and practising solicitor here at Nash & Co Solicitors, Hilary has a particular interest in issues concerning elderly and vulnerable clients. She deals with all related legal matters, from Will writing and Lasting Powers of Attorney to care home funding issues and disputes about care. We often find that when we speak to successful business people, they don’t have a Will or Powers of Attorney in place to protect them and their family, should something unfortunate happen. So Hilary will be talking about planning for the future including various options for protecting those you love the most.

How do you book tickets?

Tickets for July’s Empowering Women event will go on sale on Thursday 12th March at 12 noon. Tickets will be charged at £5 each, and 100% of the proceeds will be given to Jeremiah’s Journey. We’re delighted that Milly Moore will be on hand to receive the cheque on the day!

We will be sending details about how to book tickets to everyone on our mailing list. If you are interested in coming along, and want the details sent to you, please email us at [email protected], with your contact details and make sure you put Empowering Women in the subject field of the email. When tickets for June went on sale, they sold out in just over 5 minutes, so make sure you’re there on the eventbrite page on time!

In case you need it again, the link to book tickets is below.

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