Date: 17th October
Time: 9:30am - 4:00pm
Venue: btc Stevenage, SG1 2DX
Price: NOW £49 + VAT
What if work or business could feel more like play?
When was the last time you felt limitless and inspired?
What would it mean to you to tap into your most confident self every day?
Bold Moves is a day of taster sessions for ambitious women, created and co-facilitated by Tania Diggory (Founder of Calmer) and Mary Fenwick (Executive Coach and Journalist). These two entrepreneurs deliver interactive exercises and creative workshops that enable you to channel your most confident self, understand what inspires you and what gets in your way, and explore your goals and ambitions in a supportive environment with like-minded people. Through exploring "The 5 C's" throughout the day - Connection, Co-creation, Collaboration, Confidence and Calm - this event will provide you with the ideas, inspiration and tools to identify your next moves for your business, start-up or career.
Tania Diggory is a startup mentor and entrepreneur, dedicated to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of entrepreneurs while running a business. Tania founded Calmer to help women and men create a fulfilling, healthy and balanced lifestyle around their startup ventures. She has grown her company from running local classes to producing international projects involving creative direction, developing partnerships, fundraising and managing large teams of people. Tania's experiences have led her to write her first book,This Is Calmer, to help entrepreneurs find a Calmer approach to managing their wellbeing while running a business. She also facilitates workshops and events around the UK, as well as an online group mentoring programme, The Calmer Method.
Mary Fenwick is an Executive Coach and Journalist who takes coaching techniques developed for the City of London, and offers them to women and men who want to make the world a better place. That can mean social enterprise, not-for-profit, the civil service, academia or politics. She has worked with women and men in public life in countries including the UK, New Zealand, India, Tibet, Libya, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Part of her perspective is understanding what it takes to stand up and be counted, from her own work as a journalist, not-for-profit leader, and public speaker. Her biggest live audience so far is 8000 and she also writes a monthly column as an agony aunt for Psychologies Magazine.