Come along to our NEW evening event with our guest speakers Nick Looby and Kirsti Cox on Thursday 28th June from 7.30 – 9.30p.m.  

Nick Looby

Nick’s message is for you if you’re drowning in an ocean of noise and your career depends on you being heard. He is the communication Zombie Slayer!

Nick suggests you can (and you must) take this even further. Don’t settle for being heard but ensure that you get through! Enjoy stronger relationships at work and at home, secure incredible success with clients and loved ones and have the sort of fun you deserve through enhanced and impactful human communication.

Kirsti Cox, Female Financial Adviser and Ninja Networker

After a number of years working for a global corporate, Kirsti went on to pursue a personal dream of becoming self-employed in Brighton and to support women and girls to reach their full potential.  Her work ethic is ‘no regrets, do more of what you love, learn something new every day and have fun!’

The aim of this event is to helps you consider strategies and techniques you can use in interview, what your body language says about you and to others and how to feel comfortable and poised in a networking situation.

As ever the Ten2Two team will be there to meet and discuss your career plans and we are  looking forward to an entertaining evening . Come and meet us, listen to some great speakers and enjoy a nice glass of something. 

Please book via link below;

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/ten2two-sussex-12696868256

 

 

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