It is easy to let fear, self-doubt and imposter syndrome hold you back from taking action in your work life. However, it is important to make sure these sentiments don’t dominate when you’re looking to re-enter the workplace, start a new chapter post-lockdown or continue your career.
In this workshop Tiwalola Ogunlesi will wake you up to your worth, help you programme your mind for success and equip you with the tools you need to build your personal brand. Those attending this online course should expect to leave with actionable advice to help you articulate your strengths, put yourself out there with confidence and be productive towards achieving goals.
This online course, brought to you by The Times and The Sunday Times, is a rare opportunity to hear from a leading practitioner in their field. Delivered via live video link, Tiwalola Ogunlesi will lead an interactive masterclass before offering you the opportunity to pose your questions and receive feedback.
Part 1: How to overcome limiting beliefs and be confident
- Confidence 101
- Dealing with self-doubt, fear and imposter syndrome
- Mastering your mind
Part 2: How to own your story and use your voice in a powerful way
- Embracing vulnerability and speaking your truth
- Becoming a captivating communicator
- Building a personal brand
Part 3: How to move from idea to action
- Leadership 101
- Bouncing back from failure and rejection
About the speaker:
is a life coach specialising in positive psychology and the founder of Confident and Killing It. Confident and Killing It
is a purpose driven organisation and community that wakes women up to their worth so they can be confident, unstoppable and dare to live the life they truly desire. Through engaging talks, workshops and coaching sessions Tiwalola equips those attending with the tools they need to overcome fear and self-doubt, programme their minds for success and speak their truth. Since starting in 2018 she’s upskilled over 2200 people in London, NYC, Lagos and delivered engaging experiences for brands and organisations such as Deloitte, Warner Music Group, UN Women UK, The Wing, Beautystack, Makers Academy and The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy.
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