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Sometimes it's easy to be positive. Sometimes it's hard and sometimes it just seems plain impossible.

No matter how much you try, you may find yourself swamped by emotional and physical challenges in life. Confused, uncertain, puzzled, questioning, nervous, bored, angry, de-motivated, isolated, upset, tearful, challenged, anxious – these are some of the emotional and physical states people experience as they undergo stress in the workplace.

In this highly interactive session with Karen Kimberley, discover how all these states can be changed by the power of your mind. Uncover some of the neuroscience that underpins our thought patterns and find out how you can influence your brain state to aid confidence and resilience. Adapt your thinking to shift from unhelpful to resourceful states and apply the latest research to practical challenges such as:

  • How can you overcome anxiety at work and feel calmer?

  • How can you stop worrying about what others think and put yourself first?

  • How can you avoid suffering from imposter syndrome and feeling a fraud?

  • How can you be confident you can deliver the high performance that is needed today?

  • How do you stop envying others confidence and become more assertive?

  • What are the signs to spot you are are fortune telling, always expecting things to go wrong?

  • Top tips to eliminate mind reading and stop second guessing what others think

Your success depends on something you probably never learned or were taught at school - how to be confident. Although we are not born with confidence, it is a skill that we can learn and acquire.

Our three classes show you how:

· How to manage stress and develop resilience - JULY

· How to move from self worth to self acceptance - AUGUST

· How to become confident and make an impact - SEPTEMBER

· Plus takeaway your Gift pack including free confidence CD, workbook and pen

Karen Kimberley has helped hundreds of people with anxiety and helped them to transform their thinking and emotional state to become more positive and energetic with confidence for the future.

With extensive personal experience as a therapist, coach and carer Karen has developed a unique set of strategies that, combined together, create an effective way of combating stress at home and work.

Please note this event has been kindly sponsored by Nintex and therefore we're able to offer the fantastic price of just £55 + VAT at a brilliant venue in London!

However this does mean that places are very limited and we can only offer this opportunity to 15 people per event – on the 18th July, 23rd August and 13th September – book one or all three for maximum effect.


13.15 Welcome & drinks
13.30 Class commences
15.00 Break (times vary)
16.30 Class finishes


Our classes are designed to give useful insights into coping with life's challenges in the 21st Century. You’ll be given space to reflect on what matters most to you, and provided with an opportunity to share your thoughts, ideas and experiences with other like-minded, open and curious individuals.

Our sessions are designed and taught by business and academic therapists, trainers and coaches, expert in their field. They include a mix of lecture, conversation and group activity.

You leave the classes equipped with a range of confidence-instilling tools, techniques and ideas that you can use throughout your life to help escape the limits of fear, uncertainty and doubt. You leave with the art of confidence.


Enrol on the The Stress and the City Programme: The best way fully to experience and explore your own personal development and what we have to offer is to enrol in our Programme, a one year learning experience which allows you to take classes in your own time and benefit from learning both in a group and one to one environment. Contact us to find out more and request details


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Minimum age requirement is 17 and please bring your ticket as proof of ID.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The nearest tube stations are Temple, Chancery Lane, Blackfriars and Holborn, Overland trains are at City Thameslink. Parking is available at Thames Exchange NCP. All about 8 minutes walk from Nintex.

What can I bring into the event?

Refreshments such as tea, coffee and water will be supplied. Food should be eaten outside the premises.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

You can contact Karen on 07785 566468 or email kk@karenkimberley.co.uk or kkimberley@uk2.net.

What's the refund policy?

Please note that we are unable to offer refunds or transfers less than 7 days before the event

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