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Review of Get up talks held on Nov 22nd

Talk by: Ronke Lawal

Written by  Dawn Duval-Macsporran
BeVivacious Nutritional Consultancy

I found the I Can workshop very inspiring and motivating. I found most useful hearing about the facilitator’s and other people in the audiences’ life stories. I could relate to their personal situations and how they had persevered in spite of the circumstances in their lives at one point or another that they found themselves in.

I still feel very positive since attending the event. The day after the workshop I made a huge list of all the urgent things I needed to do. I have now nearly achieved them all. The talk gave me exactly the motivation I needed at the time to believe in myself and that I could achieve whatever I wanted.
It was particularly rewarding also helping others in the audience if they felt stuck that there was no way forward. We were all helping each other with examples or contacts we knew to help motivate the other person to break down any barriers. The atmosphere was very supportive, encouraging and effectively managed.
I would recommend the Get Up Talks on a Saturday even though initially it was a struggle for me to get out of bed! Now that I’ve been to one of these talks I wouldn’t hesitate next time. Several of us stayed networking long after the event had closed. I also managed to get a couple of new leads for my own business.

I would like to thank the organisers who did a brilliant job; it was a productive day with enough time in each workshop and with the whole group at the beginning and the end.

Many thanks!

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Speed Tea Party

 

On Saturday, July 26  join the Founder of Women Mentoring Women and other women for an afternoon of fun, speed networking and interesting discussions at the Olympic Park.

You will also get a chance to show off your baking skills or perhaps discover the ‘baker’ in you.

The day ends with a raffle draw.

Entry is free, registration required at http://www.speedteaparty.eventbrite.co.uk. Spaces are limited and would be allocated on a first come basis.

We have a few spaces for women who would like to exhibit their services and/or products. Contact us at wmw_lclub@yahoo.com for further information.

Look forward to enjoying a wonderful afternoon with you!

Inspirational Woman Award Winners 2013

Girl next door: Jeaulina Cato
Winning to me was empowering. It was a door opening to my next chapter. Being a part of an event like this has shown me the strength we have as individuals and the power we create as women, when we come together.

I’m still smiling: Funmi Kotun
The award meant that an organisation was able to recognise what God was doing in my life and in the life of all women who do what I do every day.That felt good.

I’m a survivor: Doris Glover
I was surprised and honoured to have won my award. I found the award ceremony inspiring, refreshing and courageous. I really had a good time and look forward to the next award ceremony.

Living my dream: Sandra Hutchinson
The event inspired me to strive for excellence. Winning the award for ‘Living my Dream’ renewed my desire to encourage and motive single mothers to be victors and not victims.

Get Real

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Live on purpose, follow your passion & value your worth

This session graphically illustrates in a highly amusing way how uncovering your true self by taking off the psychological ‘clothes’ you use to cover it up, is the key to living a truly amazing life in your relationships, business, career, finance and health. 

 

Join other ladies today for a fun, interactive and insightful talk!

 

What to expect:

> Afternoon Tea

> Practical tips on how to achieve your goals and passion

> How to approach every area of your life with confidence

> Fitness for women

>Networking for personal, career and business benefit

> Identify what is stopping you from attaining the life you desire

>Ola Agbaimoni (Speaker, business development expert, radio host and fitness enthusiast) on the hot seat to answer your questions on finance, business, career, social media, marketing, fitness and other areas

Event Details

Where: University of London, International Hall, Lansdowne Terrace, London WC1N 1AS (2 minute walk from Russell Square)

When: Saturday, October 5 (1pm – 5.30pm)

Cost: £15

Payment can be made today at the door! Call or text us on 07985 282251 to let us know you are coming.

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We cannot draw to ourselves more than we think we are worth.” ― Iyanla Vanzant

Contact : wmw_lclub@yahoo.com or 07985 282251 for any queries

Create the career you want (Sat, June 29)

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This event is for:

Women, Students, graduates, mums who desire a life/work balance and men too

Individuals who currently have a job BUT would like to move into their dream careers

Individuals who want to move up the career ladder in their chosen fields

Individuals who want to know how to overcome career obstacles

Individuals who want to find out how to maximise career opportunities

Date: Saturday, June 29

Time: 3 – 5pm

Venue: Conference Hall, Ithaca House, 27 Romford Road, Stratford E15 4LJ

Cost: £10

Topics:

How to make the most of selection opportunities: CVs, application forms, competencies, assessment centres, your unique selling point

Career Management: getting noticed, climbing the career ladder, leadership development, seizing opportunities, coaching/mentoring

Self created careers:creating opportunities, development plan, knowledge transfer, networking, innovativeness

Payment/registration:

Pre registration is now closed. Payment can be made at the door. Please arrive latest by 2.45pm to register.

Speakers Profile

Alison Porter

Alison is a Business Psychologist with 23 years experience in coaching, consultancy, HR and executive search. She works primarily with senior management to identify and develop leadership potential and specialises in the design and delivery of assessment and development solutions. Prior to running her own business, she spent several years as an internal HR leader focusing on leadership selection, development and career management. Alison’s approach works across diverse functions and many sectors. Alison has experience of working with clients in the UK, across Europe, in Asia and the U.S. With a broad commercial background that includes experience across both the public and private sectors, she is well placed to understand different client needs and provide tailored solutions. A Certified Master Coach of the Behavioural Coaching Institute, she also holds a Diploma in Management Coaching and Mentoring from the Institute of Leadership & Management and Certificates in Performance Coaching and Stress Management from the Centre for Coaching, International Academy for Professional Development. She qualified as a psychologist by gaining an MSc in Occupational Psychology with Birkbeck, University of London. She also has a BSc in Psychology and a BA in Hispanic Studies. Qualified to use a wide range of psychometric instruments and 360 tools in her work, she has been a member of the British Psychological Society since 1998 and is a founder member of the Special Group in Coaching Psychology (2004).

Charles Oham

Charles is an experienced lecturer and trainer with over 10 years experience gained in management, consultancy and teaching. A highly engaging trainer with the ability to generate innovative solutions to the training needs of participants. Areas of specialisation are Human Capital Development, Human Resource, Leadership, Management, Marketing, Business Planning and Social Entrepreneurship. He is a motivating communicator and an ardent student of business dynamics in a local and global environmental context. Charles obtained a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of East London. He believes in the philosophy of “Keizan” (continuous improvement). He is highly proactive and known to give innovative solutions to pressing career, management and business challenges. A communicator who takes his audience along in an exciting way, using relevant and real life case studies; which colour his presentations and consultancy remits. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom.

Register before June 15 for a chance to win a copy of ‘101 Great Ways to Enhance Your Career’ by Michelle and David Riklan.

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This career talk will help you turn your career can’ts into cans and your career dreams into plans!

Inspirational woman awards and networking event (pictures and feedback)

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It was such a privilege to be at the event. The event was so inspirational and I was moved beyond words to hear the stories of women who have not let their past or even circumstances stop them. There are heroes living among us and it was a pleasure to be in their midst

It was wonderful, inspiring, motivating and well presented

I really enjoyed coming, I was pleased to know that other women who have lost children still have the courage to move on, and not be bitter in spite of the circumstance. The speeches were really inspirational and has started to get me thinking of moving out of my comfort zone

Just wanted to compliment you on running an excellent event. I left truly motivated to try again and aim for the best

Everyone in that room was a blessing to me

I had a fabulous time. Thanks for the invite, much appreciated

It was great

Well done on your success this morning. Thanks for allowing me to be a part of a truly inspirational organisation

Very inspiring and fantastic event

I have learnt that success comes in all shapes and sizes. The speakers were top class and the audience were eager to stay and network

It was a beautiful day

Listening to Funke speak at the end of today’s brilliant event – a truly inspirational woman

Thank you so much for the event

I had a great time and as did my friend and her cousins. It was well organised and very informative

Thanks for putting on such a good event

Well done for today

I had a really good time at the event. It really was good to step outside the bubble, and focus on others for a change, and see the founder of the club putting other people first