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Women who Thrive

Women who Thrive


  • Sat 13 Jul, 9:30am – 12:00pm


The Dowse Art Museum, 45 Laings Rd, Lower Hutt


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $100.38
  • Bring a friend: $152.12
  • Early Bird: $79.88
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In this half day workshop we’ll look at how, as women, we can thrive at both work and at life. Including building our resilience and looking after ourselves, mastering our mind-set. How to align your life to your passions and values. Understanding what makes you unique and how to tap into your strengths. With powerful goal setting techniques to help you apply this to your life.

We'll also look at what gets in the way and how to navigate it, including balancing our busy lives, Imposter Syndrome, why it affects so many women and how we can navigate those nagging feelings of self-doubt to be our best and unlock our potential. Understand the impacts of fear of failure, perfectionism and our people pleasing tendencies. With practical tips to help build self-efficacy, resilience and navigate those feelings of fear and inadequacy.

With refreshments included in your ticket price, there will also be some prizes and giveaways at the event so get in quick to secure early bird discounts and before the limited number of spaces sell out.

With 15 years in HR working with Senior Leaders and a former leader of teams herself before starting her own business 4 years ago Jess writes and speaks about how we achieve our potential and find balance in life. With a particular passion for empowering women Jess is the author of two books, offers workshops for businesses and has an array of online courses. Featured recently in the Dominion Post, Stuff and TV3 find out more on her website www.inspireyourlife.org and www.jessstuart.co.nz

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