This practical workshop with Natasha Fennell has just 6 places available and will be on in Stillwater offices on Dame Street, Dublin 2, on January 23rd 2016, from 10:00am to 1:30pm. The cost of the half-day workshop is €150, and can be paid in advance by cheque or PayPal.
To book a place, please ring us on (01) 677 0630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you’re selling, presenting, managing people, performing, learning a new skill or parenting, self-confidence is at the heart of everything. Lack of confidence can hold us back from achieving the things we really want in our personal and professional lives. Without confidence we cannot take the steps we need to change, to grow and to become our best selves. Self-confidence allows us to live the life we really want and to be comfortable with our own choices.
The Art of Confidence workshop will help you to:
- Assess your confidence levels across all areas of your life
- Prioritise the areas you want to improve
- Examine the values that are intrinsic to you
- Isolate the things you can control and accept the things you can’t
- Explore your fears and how to overcome them
- Identify the skills you need to master
- Design a strategy to improve your self-confidence
- Appreciate your achievements as they come
Who is it aimed at?
The Art of Confidence workshop is a group workshop aimed at individuals who want to step up their performance and learn to overcome professional and personal limitations whether it be; speaking up, parenting, advancing your career, contributing effectively to a team or coping more effectively with set-backs.
About Natasha Fennell
Co-founder of Stillwater Communications, Natasha Fennell has a reputation for building confidence in her clients. Her areas of expertise include communications, coaching, PR and training, and she is renowned for her energy and candid approach. Her background includes working with Carr Communications, Fianna Fáil and RTÉ, and she is also a qualified career and life coach.
Natasha is a contributor to television, radio and print media on communications topics and she has a regular slot on RTÉ Radio 1’s Today with Sean O’Rourke. Her years of working in media and training have shown her first-hand how confidence can be learned, developed and practised. She is now on a mission to ‘make Ireland confident’.