San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Who is the workshop for?
This workshop is intended for London-based freelancers, consultants, or small business owners (or employees) who are interested in improving their relationships with both money and clients.
No matter what measures we take to get paid on time, to have our pricing reflect our value, and to be free to concentrate on the work we love, it seems that money – and our discomfort at dealing with it – affects our lives, professionally (and personally). Have you ever thought about who you really trust when it comes to your bottom line? Why you back down when your costs are challenged, or why you undercharge to begin with?
Why is there discomfort around communicating with clients (and loved ones) when it comes to cash? This workshop will tie practical measures - like contracts, IP and communication - into deeper considerations about your relationship to money. It will examine the ways in which some fundamental beliefs may be holding you back from achieving your greatest aspirations, and what you can do about it.
Do participants need any previous experience?
No previous experience is necessary, apart from an interest in improving your relationship with money.
What will be covered?
In this two-day workshop you will discuss and learn:
- Why honesty is the best policy and that starts with you!
- What your core monetary beliefs are and why they are holding you back
- How to create a value-based approach to funds in all areas of life
- How financial integrity fosters innovation, sustainability, and growth
- What happens to trust and money when you work with other people and need to formalise the relationships with legal agreements
- Some key practical tools to address your financial weak spot
Do participants need to bring anything?
No, all equipment and resources will be provided. Lunch and refreshments are not included, so participants can bring their own or use the cafe or restaurants around the Ravensbourne site.
When & Where
EIC Team at Ravensbourne
The Digital Media Innovation Consultancy project provides London-based media, technology and design businesses with specialist workshops, connected workspaces and exciting networking opportunities to help them collaborate, innovate and grow.
Find out more at www.dmic.org.uk