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Many of our male and female members have told us that lack of self-confidence is a common issue which sometimes holds them back in fulfilling their full potential. For the last few years Women in Rail has been holding a self-confidence workshop, refined every year, to address emerging issues faced by our members in their day-to-day jobs.
The last instalment of this workshop will take place on Thursday 22nd March 2018, from 13.30 to 17.00, and is organised and hosted by MTR Crossrail at their London offices.
The workshop will be an interactive session led by Tinu Cornish (Chartered and Registered Occupational Psychologist) and Adeline Ginn (Founder and Chair of Women in Rail). It will consist of presentations and practical exercises, all aimed at exploring how to improve one’s self-confidence, develop the tools to manage its effect on our day-to-day lives and explore one confidence undermining factor, our own unconscious gender bias.
During this workshop, attendees will learn:
– to accept that the feeling of lack of confidence is a state of mind and that you can create a more confident outlook by understanding the thinking, feelings and perceptions that causes low confidence;
– to influence your physiology, focus and representations so you can feel more confident about anything, even things we have never done before.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday 22nd March!
13:30Registration and Coffee
17:00Close, Drink and Nibbles