Globally, women are paving the way in finance to create an impact and redress the gender imbalance, but they still only make up 12% of the industry’s leaders and decision-makers. It can sometimes be difficult for women to exert influence and communicate with confident credibility: skills which are exceedingly in demand as women define and develop their professional roles and career paths within the financial sector.
This interactive, one-day course has been designed specifically for women in finance. It offers a highly effective toolkit of transformative performance-based techniques, involving body, breath and voice. These will be practised and then applied to different communication settings and a number of role-play scenarios specific to the industry. These will enable you to develop greater flexibility and choice in how you react, respond and communicate in a sector dominated by male leaders.
Explore interchanging between different communication styles and language choices to assist you in communicating assertively, from a position of personal power, knowledge and confidence.
This toolkit can be practised repeatedly to enable you to increase your sense of personal power, credibility and nascent leadership capacities.
Please note we will use Zoom to virtually deliver this course.
“Great course, great trainer! Improved confidence for life as a whole.” Analyst, M+G Investments
“Great course, lots of learnings to apply at work.” Head of Financial Planning and Analysis
“I would highly recommend this course for all men and women specifically as it provides useful insider tips on how to speak with confidence and changes to behavioural aspects.” Associate Director, ICG Plc
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