12
Feb
BCSWomen Scotland: How to Rule the World From Your Office Desk – Part 2
17:30 to 20:00
12-02-20

Title: How to Rule the World From Your Office Desk – Part 2

Sub title : Ruling the World with Impact and Presence – How to develop ‘Brand You’, so you can sell your skills

Have you ever wished you could demonstrate the person you really are on the inside? Do you yearn to make more of an impact at work? Do you wish you knew how to present yourself in an impactful way at that ‘important’ interview, presentation or business meeting? AND be remembered for all the right reasons? Do you want to enhance your leadership skills? Do you want to create an image that reflects your true abilities?
If so, join us on the second workshop in the series, How to Rule the World from Your Office Desk.

Delivered by Christine Alexander Smith of DCI Limited, ‘How to Rule the World from Your Office Desk’ is a 90-minute session will help you discover how to change the way you think about yourself and your potential to achieve your goals. We will focus on your self-talk, and how to tame your inner critic. She will give you help on how to set up a multi-pronged support mechanism that will keep you feeling confident even when you are facing setbacks.

When: Wednesday 12th February 2020

Time: Arrive 17:30 for 18:00 start. Finishing around 19:30 with networking until 20:00

Where: Incremental, 5th Floor, The Garment Factory, 10 Montrose St, Glasgow. G1 1RE

Who: All welcome (MAX ATTENDEES 28)

Price: £10/ £5 for Concessions eg students and recent graduates (last 3 years) – event booking fee will be added to the price, plus VAT

Registration: https://12febbcswomeninscotland.eventbrite.co.uk

Refreshments: Drinks, tea, coffee and nibbles will be available for all attendees.

BCSWomen Scotland events are open to everyone and built with women in mind.

About the speaker:

Christine is an experienced Learning & Development Consultant who has spent over 25 years working within the SET, STEM, Banking, Telecom and retail industries. She started out as a technologist working within the network and communication field in the 80’s, then moved into roles that focused on leading, supporting and developing employees working within blue chip organisations. Christine has developed employees and executives within organisations such as Vodafone Engineering, Siemens Business Services, BP Oil, Commerzbank, Halliburton, WS Atkins, IBM UK and EMEA, HP UK, The Intercontinental Hotel Group, and the British Computer Society, Saint-Gobain Plastic, Belgium and Los Angeles to name just a few.