Have you ever felt like you could do with a helping hand, when it comes to your personal development?

Does there always seem to be some reason why you can't progress? Does life get in the way of progressing your life?

We have all certainly felt that at times! So we asked renowned career coach Lesley Roberts from Brave Conversations how we could help our students and linguists.

As Lesley has worked with some of the biggest brands in the world (Mars and eBay to name just two), we know that her strategy advice is invaluable.

As is the nature of such things, this expert advice is often too expensive for individuals to invest in. However, linguisttraining.com and Brave Conversations are holding a 4 hour session in Sheffield to provide this insight.

 

WHAT WILL BE COVERED?

Over the course of 4 hours, Lesley will talk you through common reasons that you or your surroundings are stopping your development.

Helping you to identify root causes and provide clarity on how best you can take responsibility for making positive changes, the following areas will be covered:

  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Inability to make decisions
  • Lack of taking action
  • Changing environments
  • Lack of confidence
  • Family problems
  • Work/Life balance
  • Ruptured relationships
  • Loss of direction


Refreshments and parking included.

 

Wednesday 2 May 2018

11am - 3pm

linguisttraining.com, Ground Floor, 3 President Buildings, Savile Street East, Sheffield S4 7UQ.

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Places are limited, so don't delay in securing yours now.



ABOUT LESLEY

"My purpose in life is to help people unlock their potential to achieve success

I believe that the capability to do this is in everyone, it’s just that sometimes we need a little help to get there.

I am an experienced professional who enjoys working with individuals and teams supporting them to create positive change in order to reach their goals. 

Each of us has many roles in life that make up who we are.  I strongly believe in coaching the ‘whole’ person, not just the ‘business person’, ‘parent’ or ‘partner’. "