Wednesday, 28th March
You may remember Christine from last year’s highly popular Inspirational Women panel – through her webinars and in-person workshops, Christine Brown-Quinn unveils what really matters in getting ahead in demanding corporate environments. In the upcoming workshop Christine will be focusing on challenging conversations. To discover how to tackle the ‘elephant in the room’ and approach challenging conversations whether that be about a pay rise, performance or a specific conflict situation, join this session to find out:
– How to prepare for tough talks the right way
– Why having that difficult conversation sooner rather than later yields better results in more ways than one
– The most common pitfalls to avoid in these tricky encounters
– The crucial link between relationships and feedback
– The 5 Top Tips for Tough Conversation
Christine Brown-Quinn is the founder of ‘The Female Capitalist®’ and aims to fast track careers of professional women. She is an accomplished international speaker and commentator on a range of issues relevant to the success of female professionals, through blogs, articles, radio and TV shows, including the BBC’s ‘The Big Questions’. Christine has a degree in Foreign Languages, an MBA in International Business and nearly 30 years’ experience in the corporate world. She is the author of ‘Step Aside Super Woman – Career & Family is for Any Woman’ which is available via Amazon.
For more information visit http://www.christinebrown-quinn.com/
Date: 28th March
Time: 6.30pm – 8.00pm
Location: St James House
13 Kensington Square
London W8 5HD
Tickets: For members, free of charge.
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