Want to have a slice of the PIE
Are you looking for support finding your career calling and accelerating your career growth?
The Now You’re Talking Network are glad to invite you to the Thrive career workshops. The Thrive career workshops are a 3-part series guiding early to mid-career professionals in their career development journey. The workshop series follows the PIE methodology evaluating the role of Performance, Image and Exposure for the benefit of your career.
This tasty PIE encompasses how we show up, contribute and shout about the great work we do in the workplace.
Attendees will learn interesting and exciting theory and practical content related to the importance of going beyond performance, and understanding how vital your image and exposure is if you want to climb the ladder in your organisation.
So let’s have a seat at the table and bite into this PIE.
Session agenda – all sessions take place on Thursday evenings (7.00- 8.15pm GMT) and attendees have a two-week break between them to complete take-home tasks and put into action their learnings – all session will be recorded and sent to your mailbox incase you’ve missed a session!
Date & time: Thursday 23rd July 2020, from 7pm prompt
What you will learn: Intro from your hosts (Lola and Mary), background to PIE methodology and take part in a career review exercise. Then we will delve into the first topic, Performance. Performance is about what you were hired to do, in this session we are going to deep-dive into how to evaluate and improve your workplace Performance.
Date & time: Thursday 6th August 2020, from 7pm prompt
What you will learn: Recap of lessons learnt from previous session and reflect on take-home tasks. We will then learn how to differentiate ourselves at work whether through our image or personal brand. This is what will distinguish you from your peers in the workplace.
Date & time: Thursday 20th August 2020, from 7pm prompt
What you will learn: Recap of lessons learnt from previous session and reflect on take-home tasks. Who knows you? Who has seen you in action? Who speaks about you when you’re not in the room? In this session, we will work through advice and tips on becoming a name in your industry and in your workplace.
What will I gain from this 3 part series?
You’ll be able to go away and OWN your PIE – Performance, Image and Exposure in the workplace. You will have learnt how to:
Time: For each session be online from 6:45 pm to kick start your Thrive Journey
Location: Online (link will be shared prior to the online workshops)
Cost for the 3-part series:
July 23 (Thursday) 19:00 - August 20 (Thursday) 21:00
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Helping you to let go of seeing vulnerability as weakness or your emotions as something you don’t have time to address, and instead arming you with a powerful inner tool-kit to thrive and rise during uncertain times.
Shift from feeling exhausted or overwhelmed, to energised, inspired and on purpose.
Ready to move into recovery and ready to lead the way.
4 Virtual Teaches are Released every Monday at 8am BST for you to watch in your own time:
Monday 03 August
Monday 10 August
Monday 17 August
Monday 24 August
4 Live Coaching Zoom Calls take place every Thursday at 12 noon.
Thursday 06 August
Thursday 13 August
Thursday 20 August
Thursday 27 August
A dedicated WhatsApp group is provided so you can ask questions and receive feedback each week.
COACHING REPLAYS: Due to the sensitivity and confidentiality of the calls REPLAYS will only be shared with the permission of those attending LIVE and are for personal use during the program only.
august 3 (Monday) - 27 (Thursday)
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We are independent contractors, and yet, we have to collaborate, manage, and negotiate our way around various different work scenes and have a number of ‘bosses’ all seeking our immediate attention, which if not received, result in stressful outcomes.
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It’s important for all of us to understand how micro-aggression infiltrates the workplace, infects the working environment and can, if left untreated, breed a toxic environment, where staff no longer reach their potential.
The webinar will educate you on how and why getting to grips with micro-aggression in the workplace is so important and how to apply effective strategies, including robust conflict resolution, to ensure the issue is properly dealt with.
If you have or are suffering from micro-aggressive bullying, then tune in to understand the aggressors behaviour and non combative, winning approaches, that you can use to alleviate the pressure. I will also give you some practical legal tips and information on how employment tribunals approach such cases.
Paula Rhone-Adrien is an award winning and renowned Family law Barrister with over two decades of experience practising from Lamb Building Chambers in central London. Paula has been at the Bar for over 20 years and is widely known and respected as a leader in her field of work by the likes of the BBC and The Times. She recently achieved the highly prestigious industry award of Lawyer of the Week by The Times.
Paula regularly attends Court representing clients across the social spectrum, from the Magistrates’ Court to the Court of Appeal, in a range of areas including: divorce and finances; disputes between parents regarding where their child should live or how much time they should spend with the other; the region/country a child should live in; child welfare, be that the concerns of social services regarding negligent parenting (sexual, physical or emotional abuse) or one parent accusing the other; and domestic abuse (representing the alleged victim or the alleged perpetrator).
Paula is able to skilfully communicate complicated legal issues to her audience and the public, having represented a wide cross-section of society, facing the most terrible of outcomes and being a successful mediator. Paula is a BBC Expert Voice and has worked with a number of broadcast networks and TV production companies in the UK.
(Tuesday) 12:00 - 12:45
A free online workshop to help you get
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(Tuesday) 12:00 - 12:45
As digital technologies become the engine for driving progress in business and society, it is more important now than ever to consider the overall impact of sustainability across
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Brittani joined Dell Technologies in 2010 as a sales associate based in Boston, Massachusetts, responsible for client relationships across New England. Subsequently, she has served in various channel enablement and customer advocacy roles, where she focused on assessing and improving the Dell Technologies customer experience. Brittani holds a BS in Advertising and Business from the University of Texas in Austin.
(Wednesday) 12:00 - 13:00
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(Thursday) 10:30 - 12:00
Women's circles are gatherings of women for women,
To be there for every woman who is in search of herself and her voice to be able to stand on her own strength and succeed on her own terms
This circle’s purpose is to be a sounding board, mirror, connection, support and mentor; whether viewpoints or expertise, so that every woman who joins can create their own success supported her tribe of women.
(Monday) 12:00 - 14:00
This session will focus on career development and we will be discussing articulating your worth in the workplace and the importance of finding a sponsor! As
As an attendee you will experience a fun and welcoming atmosphere where we will be completing useful worksheets and discussing goals alongside other enthusiastic and ambitious women.
By the end of the session, you will have levelled up professionally and walk away with a positive career mind-set.
Mary works as a Management Consultant advising banks and fintechs through operational and technological change programmes. She also co-leads her firm’s Multicultural Business Network, a large employee resource group with over 1,000 members. Outside of work, she blogs on her Medium blog A Millennial’s Diary about careers and personal development for millennials, and co-runs a female millennial self-development and entrepreneurial community called Now You’re Talking.
(Tuesday) 12:00 - 12:45
When you have a lot of skills and can help people in numerous ways, it's hard to package your brilliance up into a stand out offer, find the
In this super practical session, I’ll take you through exactly how to turn your wealth of experience and expertise into a signature system with clarity, so you can impact more people, make more money and have more fun doing it!
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Rose Radford is a former McKinsey Strategy Consultant turned Business Strategist & Coach and Tedx Speaker to ambitious women entrepreneurs. Her aim is to help 100,000 women unlock their income potential through online entrepreneurship & her Inner Wealth Work® by the year 2025, and has made a solid dent in that figure since 2018.
Through her private coaching, online programs and speaking, Rose helps her clients create the strategy & wealth mindset they need to create service-based businesses that light them up and set them free.
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(Tuesday) 12:00 - 12:45
The one-hour virtual meetings are setup in a
Women’s Business Networking is a group of dynamic women from a variety of industries looking to make new and meaningful connections in Northern Kentucky.
The one-hour virtual meetings are setup in a quick and efficient speed networking platform. Women will connect in the main zoom room to start, then break out rooms with 4-5 other women for a speed networking round. Groups will rotate and you will have the opportunity to network with 8-10 new women in an hour.
(Tuesday) 15:30 - 16:30
Join us to connect, network and share your
(Tuesday) 17:30 - 18:30
Women Empowering Women Now Networking Watertown Chapter will meet Wednesday, August 26, 2020, at 6:00 pm online via Zoom. Our mission is to educate, support, and empower
Our mission is to educate, support, and empower women to step into their power and live an abundant and soul-inspired life. We do this through both our online platform and local networking.
Each month we provide training that helps you to connect your mind, body, and soul and then we focus on giving strategies to help your business.
We then go into breakout sessions where you will be able to network and share your business personally.
This sacred circle is a space for Women of Colour to express how they are feeling with all that is going on in the world right now.
(Sunday) 09:00 - 10:30