TUESDAY, 6 DECEMBER 2016
9:00 AM – 11:00AM
WEWORK, OLD STREET, LONDON
41 Corsham Street London N1 6DR
£30 non-members, £15 members (+Eventbrite fees)
Do you know where your career is going? How can you take charge of your career? Do you have concerns about how your family or other external obligations could affect your career? What else might be stopping you from progressing up the ladder?
In this session, we will help you to identify and set targets for career progression. We will show you how to plan where you take your career without losing the flexibility to seize opportunity.
In this workshop you will look at how to plan your career strategically, focusing on your strengths, learning how to spot opportunities and becoming aware of and dealing with threats. You will look at time management, career development and progression planning.
This session also explores some of the most common misconceptions, assumptions and Limiting Beliefs that many of us (men and women) experience. These include thinking that “it has to be perfect”, the “Imposter Syndrome” and shying away from taking risks in case you fail.
Through presentation and audience participation, you will learn practical tips and relevant guidance that you can incorporate into your daily routine. You will leave the session armed and able to tackle and dismiss unhelpful internal dialogue and other self-imposed blocks so that you can take on career progressing opportunities.
About your Instructor:
Rina Goldenberg Lynch
Rina has 20 years of experience as a lawyer. Rina started her legal career in Washington DC, worked as a banking lawyer with Clifford Chance LLP in London and as a Director in the legal department of ING Bank London.
Passionate about seeing women achieve their potential by being true to their nature and personality, Rina left the corporate world in 2014 to establish Voice At The Table, a boutique gender diversity consultancy. The consultancy helps build businesses that use diversity as corporate strength by developing corporate cultures in which individuals of all backgrounds thrive. In addition, the consultancy’s Training Academy for Professional Women offers soft skills training for women and men which build confidence, resilience and initiative to contribute fully and authentically.
Rina is also Board Member of the charity Professional Women’s Network London, an Accredited Associate Executive Coach and a qualified ILM Level 5 trainer.