Sexism in the Workplace Webinar – 26th November
Thursday 26th November, 10:00am – 11:00am
The cost for this webinar is:
SLCC Members – £30 + VAT
Non-Members – £35 + VAT
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Often the moment can happen so quickly we don’t have time to raise our eyelids to the ceiling in an eye-rolling gesture yet alone have a witty or even sensible comeback. The blood boiling can take a long time to cool.
In this webinar, we discuss how to react to sexism against women. Covering:
- How to react without escalating the issue
- How men can be allies
- How women can unknowingly be complicit to the sexism
- How to have difficult conversations and feel empowered
- The psychology behind the male and female dynamic
- Why we women feel rage (it’s not always hormones!)
- The society narrative and its impact on us all
This webinar is a discussion about situations women experience every day. However, it is not a woman’s issue, and men are very welcome to take part in this webinar. There will be no male-bashing or blaming, and men who see themselves as allies and even feminists are more than welcome.
About the Trainer
Becky Walsh worked in theatre for several years, she is a speaker herself and she works with the globally renowned TEDx conferences helping speakers create dynamic talk scripts as well as being a senior speaker selector. She also works as a communications officer in the second largest town council in the country.
Becky Walsh is smart, funny and insightful. She is an expert in personal development and communications. Her first career was in Theatre as a West End of London having trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. This career took her all over the world working on such events as the Hong Kong handover to China.
From this Becky went into personal development. Presenting an agony aunt style phone-in radio show on LBC Radio in London which enjoyed 97,000 listeners. She is the author of four self-help books including ‘You DO Know – Learning to act on intuition instantly’ which is published in four languages. She then went on to present on BBC Radio and have her T show ‘Anything goes with Becky Walsh’. As well as being a worldwide media pundit in personal development.
Becky has a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco and is a qualified life coach and sees clients in Bristol and over Skype.
Workshops in emotional resilience and emotional intelligence are delivered in businesses and at universities.
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