Feeling like you have been out of the game for a while, made redundant, wanting a new direction, low on confidence?  Well here’s the solution…
Come to our Confidence Workshop February 7th at The Jack and Jill Inn, Clayton BN6 9PD
We have gathered a team of professional career progression coaches, Hilary Ellis and Lisa Westbury from Career Garden, Hilary Lees of Essence Coaching and Jane Mather from Make-up and Style, plus the Ten2Two Sussex team to equip you with a set of strategies to tackle your next career move.  Please register here to secure your space on this much sort after workshop;

Hilary Ellis and Lisa Westbury Career Coaches and Co-Founders of Career Garden. Career Garden helps women shape their career goals, explore and stretch their abilities in a safe, collaborative and confidential space, building the confidence they need to fully realise their talents back in the workplace or to run their own business. At its heart is the belief that women can grow and take charge of their careers by exploring, experimenting and learning in a supportive and confidential environment together with their peers. Our offer ranges from master classes to a complete career growth programme, all of which can be supported with individual coaching.

Hilary Lees is a Career and Leadership Coach at Essence Coaching who works with busy, professional women who want to advance their career, develop their leadership and make a difference to the world. Her speciality is helping women to overcome the doubts and limiting beliefs that hold them back so they can confidently embrace opportunities to return to work after a career break; transition into new career roles; go freelance or develop and grow their own businesses.

Jane Mather Style and makeup Jane is an experienced personal stylist, image and personal branding consultant, and make-up artist.  Jane’s business was established in April 2007 and her studio is located in Laughton (just outside Lewes) in East Sussex.
Jane worked for 6 years as the in-house Personal Branding Consultant at BDO LLP (- global accountancy and business advisory firm).  During her time at BDO Jane advised all levels of staff (from secretaries and graduates to directors and partners) on how to improve their personal brand through the use of non-verbal communication skills.
Jane trained in make-up artistry at The London College of Fashion and Illamasqua, was Regional Finalist in the 2015 Wedding Industry Awards and was short-listed for the Guides for Brides 2016 Awards.  Jane has been featured in Financial Management, Times Educational Supplement, Personnel Today, Your Sussex Wedding Magazine, ETC Magazine and Times of Tunbridge Wells.

And The Ten2Two team – Emma Cleary Director of Ten2Two Sussex,  Donna Reilly HR and Finance Consultant,  Hannah Bolding Recruitment Consultant and Sharon Vibert Business Development Consultant

Claire Brewer Photography: Claire is a Sussex based wedding and portrait photographer.   She will document the workshop for our use and is offering head shots after the workshop at the discounted price of £20.  Either contact her beforehand or speak to her on the day to book your 10 minute session.

 www.clairebrewerphotography.co.uk

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