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The Power of Influence

with Stephen Vullo QC
World-Leading Barrister

Tuesday, September 28th, 1:30 pm BST / 8:30 am ET

Influence is about understanding yourself and the effect or impact you have on others. Your ability to influence can have a positive impact both personally and professionally.

As a barrister, Stephen Vullo QC is no stranger to the power of influence, and he is here to share his insight and techniques enabling you to develop the power of influence.

The Diversity Agenda

with June Sarpong OBE
Broadcaster, Author of Diversify, Diversity & Inclusion Advocate

Tuesday, October 5th, 1:30 pm BST / 8:30 am EST

Black History Month is an opportunity to reflect on the past, but also look forward to the future possibilities for diversity. True diversity involves benefiting from the representation of a range of people with diverse racial, gender, ethnic, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds.

Leading diversity advocate June Sarpong OBE reflects on her direct life experiences as a working class black woman who has navigated a career path to success. Join us as we explore her unique perspective on the topic of diversity, outlining it's social, moral, and economic benefits.

Grow Through What You Go Through

with Katie Piper
Writer, Activist & Presenter

Tuesday, October 12th, 1:30 pm BST / 8:30 am EST

World Mental Health Day is here. We know this year has been a tough one with context of Covid and lockdowns, particularly on people's mental health.

Join inspirational author and presenter Katie Piper, as she gives valuable insight and practical tips on how we can all grow through what we go through.

The Menopause Conversation

with Lauren Chiren
Founder of Women of a Certain Stage

Tuesday, October 19th, 1:30 pm BST / 8:30 am EST

Some women go through the menopause with little impact. Though others experience symptoms that can last for several years and have a significant impact on their personal and professional lives. With World Menopause Day this week, there is an opportunity to support women affected by menopause and educate and inform those around them to become better advocates.

Lauren Chiren, Founder of Women of a Certain Stage, has a wealth of experience supporting individuals and organisations in normalising the menopause agenda. She joins us with insight, support and guidance on this important topic.

The Productivity Ninja

with Graham Allcott
Author of 'How to Be a Productivity Ninja'

Grow Through What You Go Through

with Ben Fogle
Adventurer, Presenter & Author

Emotional Wellbeing

with Josh Connolly
Emotional Wellbeing & Resilience Coach

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