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Upcoming Events

Since Autumn 2013, we have been the events partner of Psychologies Magazine, offering a series of monthly events with experts and specialists in the fields of wellbeing, self-development and the arts. Our events series combines a practical and interactive approach, championing a fun and engaging way to enrich our lives.

Psychologies

 

Break Free! How to Stop Feeling Trapped

with Kim Morgan
7th November 2017, 19:00 – 20:30
Brockway Room, Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

Kim Morgan

 

In this lively and interactive session, coach, speaker, author and Psychologies Magazine columnist Kim Morgan will bring to life the contents of her and Geoff Watts’ book ‘The Coach’s Casebook – Mastering The Twelve Traits That Trap Us’ (Inspect & Adapt, £16.99). Traits such as perfectionism, impostor syndrome, people-pleasing, fierce independence and procrastination come up time and again in coaching relationships, and while they have often been an instrumental part of people’s success, when overdone, they end up holding them back. This workshop explores the idea that we have a greater range of behaviours available to us than we routinely use. Imagine how it would feel if you could play down ‘procrastination’ at will, summon ‘assertiveness’ whenever you needed it, or let go of ‘perfectionism’.

You will learn how to:

  • Experiment with different behaviour styles in a fun way
  • Identify your overdone and underdone traits
  • Develop the confidence to use a wider range of behaviours
  • Understand the real impact of overdone traits, such as people-pleasing, perfectionism and impostor syndrome

Kim Morgan is managing director of Barefoot Coaching, one of the UK’s leading providers of coaching and University Accredited Coach Training. She has worked for more than 25 years in psychology and people-development. Kim was awarded Coach Of The Year in 2012 by ‘Coaching At Work’ magazine and is a Visiting Research Fellow in Coaching at the University of Chester. Kim is a sought-after conference speaker on all aspects of coaching and coach education, leadership and leadership development, psychology and change management.

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Plan your Bold Move for 2018

with Mary Fenwick and Tania Diggory
5th December 2017, 19:00 – 21:00
Brockway Room, Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

Mary Fenwick Tania Diggory

 

Psychologies columnist Mary Fenwick and Tania Diggory, founder of Calmer, bring you the tools to create a working life you love. What if work could feel more like play? What if you could overcome obstacles with ease and humour? What inspires you and what gets in your way? Tania and Mary both know what it takes to move into the unknown. Tania supports the mental health and wellbeing of entrepreneurs; Mary works with people who share her vision of a world with more women leaders. This is an introduction to their Bold Moves workshop techniques.

You will learn how to:

  • Identify your own strengths, and talk about them with confidence
  • Confront fear in a gentle and calm way
  • Connect with your own creativity and open up new pathways to the future

Mary Fenwick is an experienced coach who works with leaders in politics, business and the media all over the world. She is the director of a not-for-profit organisation that works in countries in transition to democracy, and has spoken about this in a TEDx talk.

Tania Diggory is the founder and director of Calmer, a platform that supports entrepreneurs with their mental health and wellbeing while running a business. Author of ‘This Is Calmer’, Tania helps entrepreneurs to fulfil their potential and create a business-life balance.

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“Our friends at NOW create inspirational, motivational events with us at Psychologies Magazine. Every month, I am inspired and enlightened by these events. NOW Live Events create a monthly dose of calm, inspiration and space to ponder what is really important in life. Thank you for being our partner. We are proud to be associated with you.” – Suzy Greaves: Editor, Psychologies Magazine