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It’s Your Day: Productivity & Efficiency Practices

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A group coaching call to understand how to get the most out of your day

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Join this 1 hour workshop to learn key Productivity & Efficiency practices

Main objective:

Learn techniques to help build your productivity and efficiency in the workplace.

Learning outcomes:

  • Starting your day with purpose – discover the theories and strategies to build a morning routine to set you up for a satisfying and productive day.
  • Time boxing – time is money, education on valuing it and managing it as a resource.
  • Getting your inbox down to zero – actions to implement today to think differently about email and making it work for you.

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Who is the guest speaker?

Natalie Einhoff is a Director in Global Payment Networks at Barclays and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration, with concentrations in finance and accounting, from Emory University (Atlanta, USA) and an MBA from INSEAD (France/Singapore).

Natalie has 20 years of experience working in investment banking, private equity, retail financial services and payments at some of the world's most respected organisations, including Barclays, American Express, & JPMorgan. Over the years she has held numerous increasingly senior roles in strategy, business development, partnership and products. She is passionate about supporting individuals to grow in their careers and regularly mentors individuals both inside and outside her organisation and is co-lead of the INSEAD alumni associations’ Careers Group. She has travelled extensively, has lived in 10 countries across the globe and speaks English, Spanish & Portuguese fluently. She is married with two children and lives in London.

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What is the LMF network?

The LMFnetwork is a global social enterprise (not for profit) focused on empowering, enabling & educating womxn and marginalised groups into tech, entrepreneurship & digital.

We specialise in designing and delivering accessible programmes and supporting a global community. We’ve gone from a brunch club to a social good brand based on what the community wanted. We are a real community run by real people.

Since launching in May 2018, the network has facilitated 200+ workshops globally, upskilled 5000+ people, nominated for 3 national awards and engaged with over 35,000 online. With it’s roots firmly in London, we now have our first international chapter in Toronto, Canada and are launching our first university society with Queens University, Canada.

The LMF Social Mobility Pillar, led by Maya Welford, was set up in response to the fact that while some progress has been made with levelling the playing field to reduce barriers for those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, there’s more work to be done - we aim to make a positive contribution in this space. This series of workshops were developed in response to survey findings which informed us about the skills people are interested in developing. Email : hello@LMFnetwork.com

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Sponsorship

Are you committed to reducing barriers for people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds?

  • If you said Yes, then we are looking for you! By contributing £500 +VAT you can make a positive impact in this space and in return will:
  • Gain exposure to a 35,000 strong community, be featured through out the LMF social channels and interact with 15K people minimum through Linkedin & the newsletter
  • Support and empower people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds (LMF is a volunteer led initiative, 100% of your sponsorship will go directly into the Social Mobility Pillar programme and be invested into attendees)

If you'd like to find out more and learn how you can sponsor a workshop, please get in touch: hello@lmfnetwork.com

Where is my ticket investment going?

All investments for the Social Mobility Pillar through Eventbrite, will contribute to:

  • Technical tools like Gmail and Zoom
  • The day-to-day running of the workshops
  • Provides training for volunteers to run the programme
  • Contribute to the flagship Social Mobility Pillar initiative, a 2 day insight for students from underrepresented backgrounds

Minimum entry is £8 or donations, if you are unable to afford this please get in touch: hello@LMFnetwork.com

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