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Be Confident, Be You - Dingwall
Fri 24 March 2017, 10:00 – 15:00 GMT
Be Confident, Be You - a workshop to empower and motivate women
Includes confidence-building exercises, interview confidence and how to create a personal statement useful for CVs and job, college and board applications.
Be Confident, Be You, will help you build your confidence, empowering you to take positive action so that you can live your life to its full potential.
The morning session will focus on confidence-building using various approaches including self exploration and visualisation.
In the afternoon each participant will create a personal statement that can be used in situations such as applying for a job, as part of a CV, applying for board positions, and as a positive affirmation to challenge limiting beliefs, maintain focus and build confidence. The personal statement could also be used as a basis for applying for a further education course.
Outline of Workshop
- Power of Values and Beliefs
- Who do you want to be?
- What is Stopping You?
- Personal Statements Overview
- Create a Skeleton Personal Statement
- Interview Confidence
- Feedback and Close
The workshop will be led by Morven Da Forno. Morven worked in Human Resources for over 20 years and is a qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). She has a Diploma in Neuro Linguistic Programming and is a qualified Life Coach.
Please bring a packed lunch.
Who we are
The Worker’s Educational Association has been providing
high-quality educational opportunities to communities since
1903. Our vision is for a better world: equal, democratic and
just; through adult education the WEA challenges and inspires
individuals, communities and society.
The WEA Women@Work project aims to dismantle the barriers
women face caused by:
- rural isolation
And to give women a voice:
- in the home
- at work
- and in the community, both locally and nationally.
We have seven W@W network areas across the Highlands, each
with a local coordinator who organises events in their area.
The seven network areas are:
- Skye & Lochalsh
- Nairn, Badenoch & Strathspey
Our workshops and events are free to attend.
The Women@Work project is funded by the Scottish Government Promoting Equality and Cohesion Fund.
The Workers' Educational Association is a charity registered in England and Wales (number 1112775) and in Scotland (number SC039239) and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (number 2806910). Registered address is WEA, 4 Luke Street, London, EC2A 4XW.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This event is for women age 16+.