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Embracing Chance in your Career Planning

Date: 29th June 2021

Time: 7.00-9.00 pm


What a tough year it has been for so many. Some people have lost their jobs, others have put theirs on hold and many have had to adapt to working from home. With a turbulent year behind us, what does the future hold for your career? Is it time for a change and what would this look like? 

We will be joined by two speakers on this workshop – a careers coach and a Neuroscientist sharing her personal experience.

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Blog – Train your Voice: Resonate with Confidence

After over a year of trying to make your presence felt in online meetings, it can be tempting to feel that you are becoming increasingly invisible to the outside world. What better way to kick start your confidence as the physical workplace slowly revives than to do some work on your main asset – your voice.

Stewart Theobald, Director of  Talking Shop Training, ran a CamAWiSE workshop in May to demonstrate how your voice can be the perfect tool for persuasive and effective communication. Even online, the resonance of your voice can make you seem more authoritative and credible. Margaret Thatcher famously deepened her voice by “sitting back” on the voicebox (larynx) to achieve this, but as Stewart aimed to persuade us, we can do better than that!

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Train your Voice: Resonate with Confidence

Date: 18th May 2021

Time: 7:00-9:00pm


Your voice is a tool in persuasive and effective communication. Discover how your voice determines your confidence and your credibility. In this workshop, Stewart Theobald (Director, Talking Shop Training) will show you how the resonance of your voice can make it authoritative and credible.

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Blog – Intercultural Competencies & Leadership

In our careers we work with many different people and companies. Each time we meet a different person or join a new company or group of people we need to take stock and learn how to adapt our communication styles, welcome the introduction of “Intercultural Competencies”.

As we come out of the second lockdown and re-enter the workplace, we will need to have to readapt to changes within the working conditions and potentially finally meet some of our colleagues face to face for the first time.  This is where the use of intercultural competencies methodology will come in its own.

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Festive Games & Networking 2020

Date: 8th December 2020

Time: 6.30pm

FREE Online

This year we are taking our Festive Games & Networking session evening online! Get in to the festive spirit with us as we have plenty of fun & interactive activities lined up. Take the opportunity to meet others in a fun away.

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