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Success: what lies behind the mask?

An informative and inspiring talk exploring courage, confidence and the imposter by Kate Atkin, MSc.

Do you experience a nagging doubt that you could be ‘found out’ or put their/your success down to luck or timing?

imposter1.jpgHave you noticed a need to be perfect and avoid making mistakes because it ‘proves’ you are not up to the job?

Would you like to feel more confident, and put themselves forward for new projects, opportunities or even promotion?

And how do you handle overconfidence, without dampening enthusiasm?

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The imposter phenomenon is experienced by some 70% of people at some point in their lives.  Described as a feeling of intellectual phoniness, this phenomenon, or syndrome, is not confined to women, or to academics, or to those who work for others… it is widely experienced.

It is a feeling of being an imposter.

(the real imposters don’t experience it at all!)

The Workshop will be held in the Reception Room at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge.

Wednesday 26th April. 8-10pm

Special Price! 

Members & non-members £10

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WiSE UP 2017 last workshops

Book now for both WiSE UP 2017 Workshops at a reduced rate.

March 7th -How to get the best from mentoring as a mentor and a mentee

One workshop: Members £12 / non-members £18

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28th March – Confidence: the ultimate career ingredient

One workshop: Members £12 / non-members £18

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Confidence: the ultimate career ingredient

Book now for the 4th WiSE UP workshop. Confidence: the ultimate career ingredient facilitated by Tennie Videler.

Confidence is key to achieve your career goals. A lack of confidence in our self-value is like a glass ceiling, doesn’t allow us to grow. Join us in the last WiSE UP 2017 series workshop and learn how to improve your confidence, get noticed and fulfill your ambitions.

Tennie works for the University of Cambridge as Research Funding Coordinator at Cambridge Institute of Public Health. She did an undergraduate degree in Chemistry in the Netherlands. An opportunity to spend nine months in the UK as an exchange student resulted in Tennie starting a PhD research project on the interface between chemistry and biology. She spent 16 years doing research on structural biology, using different techniques on different systems.

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The Workshop will be held in the Woodlegh Room at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge.

Tuesday 28th March. 8-10pm

 Book now closed!

Members £12 / non-members £18

March 7th -How to get the best from mentoring as a mentor and a mentee

The booking for the 3rd Wise-up workshop is now open. Learn how to get the best from mentoring: as a mentor and mentee. Mentoring is a rewarding experience which allows the sharing of knowledge and skills to help individuals gain confidence, develop ideas, fine tune value propositions, get funding or secure a pilot.

Natacha is a Mentor with the Foundation for Women Entrepreneurs, Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, an organization which supports women entrepreneurs around the world. The Foundation provides support in business skills, technology, networks and access to capital so that women can build their capability, confidence, and capital necessary to establish and grow their businesses and create employment opportunities. She was a Mentor for the Accelerator Programme at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School.

porster2Natacha is a Lecturer and Fellow at the Cambridge Marketing College, Director of a leadership and development programme for CEOs of charities and social enterprises Ella Forums, and until recently, Advisor to Cambridge’s E-Luminate Festival.

The Workshop will be held in the Woodlegh Room at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge.

The booking for the 4th WiSE UP workshop ‘Confidence: the ultimate career ingredient‘ is also open. Book for both at a reduced price.

Tuesday 7th March. 8-10pm

 Booking is now closed

Women winemakers

Our first event of the year was a social one at the Wine merchants. We enjoyed a wine tasting focused in women winemakers. Alice Archer proved to be an expert and entertaining host.

We learned about how women have made a difference in vineyards and wineries worldwide. From well-known champagne houses as Veuve Clicquot (widow of Clicquot) to more modern wines as Sin complejos (unashamed) from Gil Luna vineyards.

A great and fun event!

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