About the Event
Do you lack self-confidence? Do you have a fear of failure or mindset barrier that is stopping you from 'taking the next step' in your career? Would you like to feel empowered and inspired to find the courage to take this step? Would you like to know where to access support to get yourself to the next level, which could be in the form of upskilling, doing a course or starting your own business?
ESF SHINE - Skills Help for Individuals and New Enterprises - is pleased to welcome Ella Clark, Licensed Firework Career Coach, accredited Life Coach and NLP Practitioner, who will lead this masterclass to examine ways to develop workplace self-confidence and create strategies to improve self-belief and self-worth. Ella will provide examples of methods that can be adopted to improve mindset and self-imposed barriers.
“This really is powerful stuff. I wasn’t sure what to expect, being a natural cynic but was impressed with the constructive nature of the sessions and I found them thought-provoking, and it was actually fun, really enjoyable." - Client, pharmaceutical professional
The concept of Imposter Syndrome, which has been mentioned in the Press and Media recently when TV Presenter Holly Willoughby admitted to having it, will be explored and each delegate will come away with a Toolkit to help them with their self-development after the session.
Advice and Guidance will also be offered to individuals wishing to access services and training offered by SHINE, with the opportunity to sign up to future events, training and clubs.
This FREE event includes refreshments and lunch*
Refreshments and lunch will be provided by CAFE COCOA
* Eligibility rules apply. In order to access this FREE event, you must earn below £25,509 gross, be Employed and/or Self-Employed or if Unemployed having been made redundant within the last 6 months.
09:30 - Registration and coffee
10:30 - Behind the Mask presentation
11:30 - Networking and coffee
12:00 - Recap and Toolkit
12:30 - Networking and lunch
13:30 - Finish
This event is organised by the ESF SHINE project, part of Truro and Penwith College Business, which provides financial assistance towards training for employed or self-employed individuals experiencing in-work poverty to improve their career prospects, earning potential and job security.
The project can also assist individuals who are thinking about starting a business, or who have started one within the last three years, with support to access a tailored skills plan, engage in networking opportunities, receive expert coaching and mentoring and develop a bespoke business plan. For more information e-mail ESFTRAINING@TRURO-PENWITH.AC.UK
Further information about ELLA CLARK
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