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Driving your career forward with Naily Makangu

What’s your strategy for securing your dream job? Are you job-ready? How will you engage key skills that no employer will be able to turn down?

The first step of this 4-step process is deciding what do you want do you want to do and how to do it. In fact, how to “Drive your career forward”

And that’s exactly what Naily Makangu is going to teach you in the first workshop of the WiSE-UP series 2018-2019.

Naily Makangu (2017 JCI UK “Most Outstanding Leader” winner) will open the series on driving your career forward, pinpoint your motivation and set your career goals.

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The WiSE-UP series will bring a bold freshness to map your journey, unlocking the four steps for career success. It will prepare you to cross each milestone, moving closer and into the job you want. Then create that first initial impact in the job, making you unforgettable for all the right reasons!

The WiSE-UP series is open to all! STEMM and non-STEMM, Women and Men are welcome. The workshops will all take place at Lucy Cavendish College. 

If you are not a member, take advantage and book the series, which will include free annual membership. As well as the chance to win an autographed copy of Radio Four Jenni Murray’s “A history of the World in 21 Women”, in collaboration with One World Publications.

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Workshops Members Non-Members
One workshop: Get noticed with your CV £12

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Two workshops £20

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Three workshops £30

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£45

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