10/10/2018 - Building Resilience: Be honest about the impact of stress on your performance and take immediate action with Kate Franklin, Co-Founder and Director of White & Lime | A WeAreTheCity Careers Club Event
10oct17:4520:4510/10/2018 - Building Resilience: Be honest about the impact of stress on your performance and take immediate action with Kate Franklin, Co-Founder and Director of White & Lime | A WeAreTheCity Careers Club Event
Careers Club & WeAreTheCity would like to invite you to join them for an evening of learning and networking – Building
Careers Club & WeAreTheCity would like to invite you to join them for an evening of learning and networking – Building Resilience: Be honest about the impact of stress on your performance and take immediate action with Kate Franklin, Co-Founder and Director of White & Lime
Wednesday 10 October 2018, 5.45pm – 8.45pm at MUFG, Ropemaker Place, 25 Ropemaker Street, London, EC2Y 9AJ
This interactive session is supportive, validating and hard-hitting. It challenges audience members to be honest with themselves about the impact of stress on their performance – and to take immediate action to build resilience.
Almost half of UK employees feel under pressure at work at least once a week and increasing numbers are experiencing excessive pressure every single working day (CIPD, 2017.) 40% of the US population believe that it’s impossible to succeed at work and have a balanced family life (Deloitte, 2017).
Kate is a recovering workaholic herself. She aims to provoke thinking and offer hope: her belief is that even in the most challenging environments it is possible to keep a clear head and avoid burnout. Kate’s company, White & Lime, has been researching resilience and providing focused coaching and group workshops since 2005. White & Lime content is based on practical business experience and the latest thinking in mindfulness, neuroscience and coaching. It is focused on enabling people to rise out of fire- fighting, thrive at work and have a fulfilling and balanced life.
By the end of the session, participants will:
- Understand the physiological processes of overwhelm and have a been offered a healthy way to respond
- Be more aware of how to manage energy and performance through improved nutrition, sleep and exercise
- Have talked confidentially to a workshop partner about their own situation in order to immediately apply this learning
- Have identified ‘one small change’ in their micro-habits that they can implement immediately to create a more enjoyable experience of working life
17.45 Registration & pre-networking
18.30 Welcome and Speed Networking with Vanessa Vallely OBE, Managing Director, WeAreTheCity
18.40 Keynote session: Building Resilience: Be honest about the impact of stress on your performance and take immediate action with Kate Franklin, Co-Founder and Director of White & Lime
19.50 Networking and canapes
20.45 Event close
This session is free for individual Careers Club members, corporate members of Careers Club and WATC Rising Star and TechWomen50 winners.
About our speaker
Kate Franklin is a passionate and straight-talking speaker. Kate adapts her material and approach to ensure she has a provocative and validating impact on every audience – from stressed executives at leadership conferences to primary school children. Kate is a successful entrepreneur and people development expert with over twenty years of global business experience, a fantastic knowledge base from which to share insights into leadership, change and resilience.
Kate is co-founder and Director of White & Lime, a people development consultancy specialising in peak performance for individuals and teams. She has been running her own business since 2005, in Washington DC and London. Before that she was head of leadership development for RSA Insurance, having held a range of leadership and strategic HR roles for RSA across UK and Europe over eight years.
Kate has worked on UK and global assignments for a broad range of clients including The Allied Irish Bank, Aviva, RSA Insurance, Thomson Reuters, Freshfields, Clifford Chance, Unilever and Save the Children. She’s a certified professional coach, accredited by the International Coaching Federation since 2005, and CIPD qualified since 2006. Kate has been a systems coach and conflict expert since 2012, having completed extensive training and mentoring in the Organisations, Relationships and Systems Coaching (ORSC) methodology with the Center for Right Relationship.
“We just wanted to say a HUGE thank you for speaking at our OUTStanding Emerging Leaders Programme at Barclays last week. The session was great, and the feedback has been incredible – lots of people said it was their favourite session and the average feedback score was 4.7/5.” Rachel Gardham, INvolve
“What a fantastic session. Kate was very clear and straight to the point. I loved the models and can apply them immediately” Leader at Facebook
“Kate combines a passion for helping people find and acknowledge their brilliance, with a true sense of purpose in determining progress towards solving real challenges. Kate’s breadth of understanding of both human nature and corporate life, combined with her exposure to different coaching approaches and techniques makes her unique blend of magic very potent.” Elise Finn, CMO, Thomson Reuters.
(Wednesday) 17:45 - 20:45(GMT+00:00)
25 Ropemaker Street, EC2Y 9AJ