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Achieving your Ambitions with Juliet Fallowfield

Managing your career is hard; or at least it seems it when you’ve never done it before, and don’t know where to start! Do you know what you want to achieve or how to do it? Is your current plan working? What does ‘career management’ even mean? 

If the above applies to you, you need to come along to our exclusive workshop where you will spend 75 minutes of your time with the unbelievable Juliet Fallowfield who could literally change your life!

Juliet is a leading Executive and Leadership coach, who has helped many top end business leaders steer their careers through high pressure change and responsibility, enabling them to achieve their ambitious goals with confidence and success.

Juliet know’s what it takes to achieve success at the very highest level and will lead this exclusive workshop on 30th April enabling YOU to realise your professional dreams!

But don’t take our word for it! Hear from Juliet herself in this short video explaining exactly what’s in store at this event!

The workshop starts at 6:30 and finishes just after 8pm, which includes Q&A time at the end, ensuring you cover the following:

  • Learning about yourself and the hopes and dreams you have for your career

  • Identifying ways to develop the personal strengths and techniques you already have

  • Identifying new techniques and resources that will boost your confidence and help you overcome your personal barriers

  • Sharing your challenges with peers in a safe environment and encouraging each other to succeed

This unique opportunity with one of Britain's most brilliant leadership coaches is open to guests on a first come first serve basis. The workshops are £10 ensuring you get personal time with Juliet in an intimate setting.

Sign up now to avoid disappointment and walk away with your the techniques and determination you need to achieve your ambitions this year and in your career!

If tickets are sold-out please sign-up to our waiting list by emailing to ensure you’re the next point of contact should people drop out.



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