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Workshop 3: What is Your Career Vision?
The Women in Rail London Group is delighted to invite you to a series of four “mini-workshops” led by Emma Nicholls, Managing Director of Your Red Dress Limited.
Each mini-workshop will take place at the offices of Angel Trains, 123 Victoria Street, London SW1E 6DE and will consist of a 45 minutes interactive session followed by drinks and networking.
These mini-workshops are open to men and women members of WR and there are a limited number of spaces available, so if you would like to attend, please register promptly using the links below.
There is a cost of £5 to attend each session, to be paid on the night (cash only). All monies will go to the Women in Rail Charity.
Workshop 3: What is Your Career Vision? – 31 May 2018
This session will explore the importance of creating a Career Vision Statement through a few reflective exercises.
During this interactive mini-workshop, you will be able to consider their main motivators and create their very own Career Visions Statement. Once the statement is created, you will be able to identify who you can invite to sit around your very own personal career boardroom table to help you achieve your goal.
About Emma Nicholls
Emma Nicholls operates as a Career Mentor for Women, and as the Facilitator of the Career Accelerator Programmes for Women. She specialises in mentoring and training females, unearthing the habits and behaviours needed to take their professional lives to the next level. As a seasoned career mentor and leadership development trainer, she understands the fundamental qualities needed to thrive in a male-dominated society.
Emma herself has spent more than 25 years working in large male-dominated corporates as a senior Human Resources leader. It was during this time that she founded “Your Red Dress”, with a vision of helping women rise up and stand out in a “Grey Suited” world. Emma received an Executive MBA from Northwestern University – Kellogg School of Management in the U.S; as well as WHU, Otto-Beisheim University in Germany (2009).
Emma quickly went on to make her presence known in the industry, working with the women of large organisations both in the private and public sectors. Emma’s clients include: DP World, UK Power Networks, Energy and Utility Skills, Women in Property, and the NHS. Emma also works with individual self-funding women and runs open development programmes.
18:15Drinks and Networking