NEW DATE for Tackling the myths of money, self care and the Imposter Syndrome: Saturday 10 March 2018 (10am-4.30pm)
You now have more time to secure your ticket for Missing in Action: Tackling the myths of money, self care and the Imposter Syndrome on its new date: Saturday 10 March 2018.
The event will now coincide with International Women’s Day 2018’s theme of #PressforProgress.
There will be social media activities and a promo film leading up to the event.
You can find out more about the event and book your tickets here: http://bit.ly/MIATickets2018
Digital Women UK invites you to:
- celebrate yourself at the 1st anniversary of itsMissing in Action: Tackling the myths of money, self care and the Imposter Syndromeseries
- access informative entrepreneurs, mindfulness and professional development experts
- capitalise on having the space to problem-solve, collaborate and confidence-build
- be part of a growing and supportive network of digital entrepreneurs, creatives and women in tech
Digital Women UK, in partnership with Loughborough University London, will celebrate the first anniversary of its impactful Tackling the myths of money, self care and the Imposter Syndrome as part of its Missing in Action: Women and Digital Enterprise in the UK programme.
This one day event will provide a creative, reflective and dynamic space for female creatives, women in tech and budding and emerging entrepreneurs, to explore internal barriers (and myths) around their personal and professional relationship with money, their definitions of self care and the impact of the so-called ‘Imposter Syndrome’.
You will be facilitated by an exciting and experienced group of practitioners who will lead experiential workshops and interactive talks, giving you the chance to share ideas, collaborate, problem-solve and leave with useful tools to apply to your personal and professional lives.
Speakers and workshop facilitators include:
What participants say about the programme:
“I left with new ideas, burgeoning friendships and a rejuvenated sense of what I want to and can do. The fear that my plans are too big was squashed. It whimpered off into a corner, and is now gone.” A.M