We offer a number of talks, presentations and workshops, a sample of which is set out below.  For a more complete listing of talks and workshops, or if you require any bespoke programs, please CONTACT US.

  • How to “Lean In”: a series of practical steps which show how women can make a reality of Sheryl Sandberg’s call for action – working from the creation of a strong and sustaining career vision to the detailed steps needed daily to realise that vision and make it your reality.
  • Path to a more confident you: tips and practical guidance for confidence building and performance enhancing habits.   We also discuss how you can stay authentic and draw upon your natural confidence in a male-dominated environment.
  • Practical negotiation techniques: a "how to" on career-related negotiation success.  Effective negotiation is fundamental to progression: to secure the best deal, deliver a multi-partner project, or win a pay rise.  We show you how to establish your needs, how to speak and listen effectively so every conversation counts, and how to conclude negotiations successfully for long term relationships.
  • How to prepare for a successful career as a woman.  The objective of this workshop is to provide awareness of the challenges that women tend to encounter in the pursuit of their careers in order to prepare new entrants into the professions for a more successful, rewarding, enjoyable and longstanding career.
  • Becoming an Effective Networker. From Preparation to Meeting People & Creating Opportunities After the Event. The objective of this workshop is to help delegates develop the necessary skills to become effective networkers and generate more opportunities.
  • The Importance of Image & Impact for Professional Success & How to Improve Yours.  The objective of this workshop is to effect positive change in image and impact for the success of the delegate and the organisation.
  • Career vs. job: a session on career mapping which will help you to identify and set targets for your own career progression.  We explore the route towards sensible planning which also leaves flexibility to seize new opportunities.  We discuss the impact of starting and growing a family or caring for dependents, and how you can balance long-term career goals with short-term needs.
  • How to get noticed at work: we show how you can move into the limelight whilst being true to yourself.  We explain how understanding your strengths helps you seize – or create – opportunities to showcase you at your best.  And we give you practical advice on publicising your achievements.
  • Dynamic Speaking.  This workshop is for professionals who deliver formal or informal presentations in either internal or external environments.  Special emphasis is placed on the use of the voice & delivery skills - It’s not just what you say but also how you say it.
  • Make your own luck! A workshop that looks at a number of factors that women should consider incorporating into their lives so as to achieve a successful career.
  • The right mindset. A workshop that shows how a certain type of outlook may bring more success in everything you do and teaches delegates how to get it.
  • Your voice matters! A motivational talk about why women should continue to contribute and to aspire to the most senior levels of organisations.
  • Step Up To The Plate (or Take Initiative!) A workshop that teaches delegates to strategise their own success, taught through real-life stories of successful business women.
  • Returning to work after a break – an engaging workshop that discussed how to plan maternity (and other) leave and ensure that the return to work brings opportunity for growth and realisation.
  • How to (and how not to) manage an inclusive and empowered team: This workshop shows what you can do to build on the strengths and talents of every person in your team, and how this not only drives up commitment and well-being but also brings great results!
  • How to give (negative and positive) feedback: a session exploring the charged topic of feedback.  Vital to continuous improvement of self and team, yet so often demotivating and emotionally draining.  How can you give feedback successfully? And how can you accept feedback and use it for your own development?