In honour of International Women’s Day, 4myschools are delighted to promote a free workshop from NLP master practitioner and trainer, Caroline Tyrwhitt to build your confidence to self-promote and get that dream job or success you are craving.

Learn tools to help you “ditch the doubt” and be the person you want to be.

Monday 8th March at 7pm. Click here to register.

Accomplishments don’t speak for themselves.

This year #choosetochallenge those beliefs that hold you back and learn how cultural norms keep us feeling like we’re bragging when we talk about our successes.

#choosetochallenge those fears that keep us quiet and waiting to be spotted. #choosetochallenge by being an ally for others and open the conversation around self-promotion.

Many of us struggle when it comes to talking about our own accomplishments. Cultural and gender modesty norms as well as impostor syndrome can prevent anyone from acknowledging their remarkable attributes and expressing their achievements.

Boost your confidence and learn to express your achievements. During the 90-minute workshop, you will learn the importance of self-promotion in your personal and professional life and be equipped with tools to develop this skill.

Join Caroline to start to get comfortable with stating how awesome you are. Not bragging but identifying and owning your success. Feel empowered and uplifted to #choosetochallenge gender bias and inequality.

Caroline-Tyrwhitt

Caroline Tyrwhitt is an NLP trainer who specialises in using neurolinguistic programming tools and techniques in an education setting and is a 4myschools supply teacher. She is a former Assistant Headteacher who lead on behaviour in a secondary setting and now offers staff inset and student workshops as well as certified practitioner training to teachers. In addition, Caroline coaches’ women to ditch the doubt and grow their confidence to step up to leadership.

Visit Caroline’s website and follow her on LinkedIn

Monday, March 8th at 7 pm.

Just bring a pen and paper and 20 seconds of courage.

Click here to register.