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  • How to achieve better work-life balance
    How to achieve better work-life balance Mira Rutter, Work-Life Balance Coach and Strategist Recorded: Oct 16 2018 60 mins
    In our hectic modern lives, we often get pulled from pillar to post, drown in detail, more is expected from us and we demand more of ourselves. As a result, we rarely get off the hamster wheel and pause to think about what it is we really want, and why.

    Spending time to reflect on what is truly important to us and what we really want in life gives us focus and direction on how to spend our time and energy. Having a plan of action and taking regular steps toward achieving what we want means we are far more likely to get there than if we were just wishing for it.

    In this webinar, Mira Rutter, a Work-Life Balance Coach and Strategist will share with you practical tips on what you can do to achieve more balance in your life by focusing on what’s important to you and freeing up time and energy for what truly matters to you.

    Key takeaways:

    - What is work-life balance to you and how to bring more balance into your life
    - The two essential pillars to leading a well-rounded and fulfilling life
    - Common productivity misconceptions
    - Strategies for freeing up time & energy for what’s important to you
    - How to structure your days & weeks for optimal results
  • Innovate Finance's Women in FinTech Webinar Series - Funding the Founders
    Innovate Finance's Women in FinTech Webinar Series - Funding the Founders Innovate Finance Recorded: Oct 16 2018 62 mins
    Even though VC investment into UK FinTech has grown exponentially in recent years, reaching $1.8 billion in 2017, women still only raise a minute percentage of this. A recent study by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Mass Challenger, a network of startup accelerators, found that when women applied for investment, they received less funding compared to the average male founder, but made double the revenue.

    Our panel of CEOs in leading FinTech firms and investors will look at how women in FinTech are raising funding. Who are the funders? What are they looking for and what needs to change? Do women need to rely less on traditional modes of finance or are more dynamic options available?

    Julia Streets, Streets Consulting

    Clare Flynn Levy, Founder and CEO, Essentia Analytics
    Felicia Meyerowitz Singh, Co-founder and CEO, Akoni
    Francesca Tondi, Board Member, Investor, Unicredit Group, Angel Academe, FinTech Circle
    Georgia Stevenson, Associate, Northzone
    Laura Hutton, CPO and Co-Founder, Quantexa
  • Mastering Difficult Conversations with Dignity
    Mastering Difficult Conversations with Dignity Yvette Gavin Recorded: Oct 15 2018 46 mins
    How do you handle difficult conversations? To tell the truth, most people don't handle them well. In fact, few people enjoy having difficult conversations, but it's something that has to be done at some point.

    Where it might come naturally for some leaders, mastering difficult conversations is something the majority of leaders will need to continuously work on and develop.

    Join me on October 15th for a few quick tools that will help you with difficult conversations and allow you to create lasting, productive relationships with your team.
  • Healthy selfishness & responsibility: Why it works & how to put you first
    Healthy selfishness & responsibility: Why it works & how to put you first Rob Stewart, Director & Life Coach, Sherpa Bear Coaching Recorded: Oct 15 2018 58 mins
    “Why am I smiling when I talk of selfishness for it is a bad thing to be selfish, is it not?"

    Rob believes that being selfish is the best thing you can do to ensure personal fulfilment. Knitted into your fabric which you live out each day through kindness and understanding of what you need to be the best you, it will only become a truly reliable skill if you change your perspective on what selfishness is.

    Rob’s work as life coach has centred a lot around the health and wellbeing of his clients. He takes a stand for planning for our future health, for taking responsibility for who we are being at any given moment and what we are doing as we travel through life. He knows how powerful selfishness can be and wants to share his vision with others who are looking to make significant steps towards a more healthy life.

    Attendees will walk away from the event having learnt:

    What health is (not just the definition, but what it is to each of us)
    How to re-connect with the responsibility we have to be selfish about our health.
    The power of consciousness of the relationship between Being and Doing
    The likely obstacles that we can put up for ourselves and how to navigate these successfully to ensure our own health.

    Rob will talk candidly about his own selfish journey and relationship with health that has ensured he can sustainably perform in all areas of life no matter what the season or what is thrown in front of him. His dream is for selfishness to serve society at large so join in to find out how he intends to achieve this, one person at a time.
  • Foundational Habits to Support Your Wellbeing
    Foundational Habits to Support Your Wellbeing Harriet Waley-Cohen, Speaker and certified coach Recorded: Oct 12 2018 60 mins
    Just like a building needs good solid foundations to stay upright at all times, not just in the worst storms, so do us humans. Without solid foundations, we can find ourselves all too easily distressed, overwhelmed, unhappy, unhealthy and unable to show up as the most effective, impactful and confident versions of ourselves.

    Morning routines, spiritual practises, exercise, food planning, mindset rituals - all of these can make a big difference when they are implemented consistently. The difference to your physically and emotional wellbeing of having these habits in place can be dramatic, and in turn, impact on your career and whole life.

    Whether you've stopped doing key rituals over the summer that need to be added back in, you feel clueless about where to start to create a solid foundation for your emotional and physical wellbeing, or you'd love to get a few extra tips for things you could add in to help your wellbeing, this webinar is for you.

    You will learn:
    How to identify your foundational, non negotiable needs in all the key areas of life, and fit them into your life.
    The key categories that will need to be considered to make sure your foundations are solid and nothing vital has been left out.
    How to create your own unique foundational map for your wellbeing that you can come back to time and time again to keep you on track, and get you quickly back on track if needs be.
  • How to Tell Your Brand Story Without Breaking the Bank
    How to Tell Your Brand Story Without Breaking the Bank Kathy Ennis, Founder, LittlePiggy Associates Ltd Recorded: Oct 11 2018 54 mins
    A strong brand enables your customers to instantly recognise your product or service; it differentiates your product or service from your competitors while building loyalty amongst your customer base; it makes what you have to sell relevant to your target markets; it enables you to focus your marketing message.

    In this session you will:

    Understand that a brand speaks louder than marketing alone ever will
    Know the difference between branding and marketing and how to use both effectively for greater business success
    Discover how brand differentiates a product or service from its competition while building loyalty amongst its customers
    Understand how to create a strong visual identity for a business
    Learn how to develop a strong personal brand
  • Fight Impostor Syndrome: Improve your confidence & career
    Fight Impostor Syndrome: Improve your confidence & career Kim Meninger, MBA, BCC, Executive Coach Recorded: Oct 10 2018 38 mins
    Do you attribute your success to luck or timing?

    Do you feel undeserving of your success?

    Do you worry that you'll be exposed as a fraud?

    If so, you may be struggling with Impostor Syndrome, a term for the feelings of self-doubt and inadequacy many professionals face, particularly as they reach higher levels of success. In this webinar, you'll gain a deeper understanding of Impostor Syndrome and its effects on high-achieving women. You’ll also identify common triggers of Impostor Syndrome and key strategies for overcoming feelings of self-doubt.
  • BrightTALK Masterclass Series: The Three Pillars of Great Sleep
    BrightTALK Masterclass Series: The Three Pillars of Great Sleep Beatrix A. Schmidt, Sleep Coach, Speaker and Author of The Sleep Deep Method Organisation Recorded: Oct 4 2018 63 mins
    This webinar is part of BrightTALK's Masterclass Series.

    Do you find it hard to get consistently great night’s sleep and not sure where to even begin with improving your sleep?

    Perhaps you would love to be able to get amazing sleep without drugs, alcohol or gimmicks... and looking for practical and effective ways so you can also experience that great night’s sleep that fully refreshes and recharges you for the morning.

    Insomnia and other sleep problems affect around one in every three people in the UK, that is approximately 22 million people in the UK alone. A staggering amount, especially since there are so many effective ways to improve sleep and wake up refreshed in the morning.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    -The definition of great sleep
    -How to figure out which area of your life is affecting your sleep the most
    -What are the main three pillars of great sleep
    -How to begin to build the three main pillars of great sleep for your life
    -Learn simple, effective and practical tools and techniques that you can put into your life straight away

    You will benefit from this webinar if you currently have sleep issues or you would simply like to optimise your sleep for years to come.
  • [Ep.3] Next Generation Leaders: Negotiating for yourself and your company
    [Ep.3] Next Generation Leaders: Negotiating for yourself and your company Ina Yulo (BrightTALK), Lily Covington (Cruxy), Mariam Shodeinde (Claned) Recorded: Oct 4 2018 46 mins
    This is the third episode in the Next Generation Leaders series where our panel of young business people discuss challenges that they face in their careers and provide tips for how to solve them.

    Have you always wondered how to close that big sales deal or nail a job interview? Do you want to learn tried and tested techniques for getting a pay rise? Have trouble speaking up and asking for more in your job and in your personal life? Join this webinar where our panel will share their stories where they've had to negotiate for both themselves and on behalf of their organisation and will provide actionable tips for you to do the same.
  • How to write a book when you don't have any time
    How to write a book when you don't have any time Hannah Adcock, Content strategist and author, contentedstrategy.com Recorded: Oct 3 2018 37 mins
    I don't know about you, but when I read articles about how you can write a book in two weeks if only you work a bit harder I want to scream; but don’t, obviously, because it might wake the baby. These articles nearly always seem to be written by smug young people with very little in the way of responsibility (and going to the gym and sampling artisan beer don’t count).

    I have managed to write a book – an ebook on content strategy for startups and small businesses – but it has taken me about two and a half years. Which is also the time it takes to have two children, work part time, exercise a dog, and move house.

    In this webinar I'll talk you through how you can write the book you’ve always dreamed about, even with your many responsibilities, if you just follow a few basic guidelines. I also encourage you to bin unhelpful concepts like multitasking, the superwoman (or superman) complex, and feeling guilty.

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