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Presence and Impact Workshop

Presence and Impact is consistently rated by CEOs as the number 1 most important skill to be a successful leader (over and above intelligence, experience, and technical expertise). It is the "wow" factor that sets you up for reaching your career potential, gives you outstanding results and your work/life balance that extra boost. Often described as gravitas, authority or the elusive 'X' factor, Presence and Impact dramatically enhance your ability to connect with senior people, motivate others and drive positive change.

 

Date and Timing: October 17th 10am – 4pm. 9.30am registration and networking/drinks to 4.30pm.

 

Price: £595 plus VAT for the in-person workshop including lunch and all refreshments, journal and pre-questionnaire. Reduced rates for charities and self funding.

 

Pay HERE by credit card or contact jennifer@aspireforequality.com for an invoice, group bookings or to find out about reduced rates for charities. and self funding.

What Makes Us Different?

  • The first company in the UK and a 22 year track record of running inspirational, research-supported workshops designed specifically for the needs and aspirations of women.
  • Our courses are not about women changing or being 'fixed', they are about skill development, the world needing to catch up with women and what we can do to accelerate that change. 
  • Highly interactive and coaching based approach.
  • 1-for-1 sponsorship initiative ensures that every paying participant is also a catalyst for another woman’ to attend fostering a supportive, pay-it-forward community of female leaders.
  • Diversity of industry, sector and organisation enables exchange of ideas and networking.
  • Small group of up to 12 allowing for a unique and personal experience.
  • Follow up coaching and support available.
  • Inclusive of male allies and all genders that aspire for leadership and equality.
  • An opportunity to get out of the office for a day to focus on yourself, get out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself. Helps to keep you on your toes and out of your inbox!

Learning Outcomes

  • Set yourself aspirational goals for the impact that you want to have in your career.
  • Gain strategies to project gravitas with confidence, poise under pressure and decisiveness.
  • Demonstrate your authentic presence through communication, conviction, intention, and knowledge.
  • Speak out, take risks and assume leadership points of view and positions.
  • Regain positive control when interrupted or criticised.
  • Be heard in a roomful of loud, assertive people.
  • Empower and energise others by being self-motivated, assured, and willing to take risks.
  • Be the confident leader even when you have self doubts or experience setbacks.
  • Connect and thrive in difficult situations and with challenging people, teams and cultures.
  • Receive first-hand constructive and supportive feedback on your current presence and impact and how to take it to the next level.
  • Gain clarity on your strengths, talents, passions and purpose.  
  • Know about unconscious bias with regards to women's presence and impact and what to do (and not do) about it.
  • Leave with an action plan, support and accountability.

Sponsorship Programme

At each Aspire event, 50% of the participants sponsor the other 50% to attend. Every paying participant is a sponsor for someone who doesn’t have the means at the moment for whatever reason to attend an Aspire event, providing them with access to the same enriching experience and networking opportunities as the other. It’s where one woman’s investment multiplies into a community of support and encouragement, a ripple effect that will extend far beyond the event itself. Learn more here 

Location

The Constance Boardroom & Lounge at Coldbath Square, London, UK

This elegant boardroom in our building is named after Lady Constance Lytton, a prominent figure in the women’s suffrage movement in the UK. Though she was born and raised in the privileged ruling class of British society, she went undercover as a working class woman  to draw attention to the suffrage movement. When she was imprisoned for protests, she used an alias to avoid receiving special treatment. Her commitment to the cause continues to be remembered and honoured in this room and in our ongoing aspirations for equality. 

Who Attends?

This workshop is for women who aspire to or are already in manager or senior manager positions and who have ambitions, goals and dreams to be successful, have work/life balance and make a difference in the world. We welcome male allies and all genders with similar aspirations.

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