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IWD 2021: Thriving in a Remote World with keynote speaker Kim Adele

Date: 08 March 2021, 16:00 - 17:00
Location: Online Webinar
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Join us this International Women's Day for an exploration of thriving in a remote world by International Keynote Speaker, Kim Adele.

Event Details

With remote working still ongoing and radical adjustments to the office working environment expected in the years to come, it's vital that we develop new ways to manage, cultivate leadership skills and maintain positive relationships in a remote working environment.

Kim's talk will cover the following impactful issues:

  • Turning your vulnerability into your superpower, and having the confidence to be you. 
  • Finding your voice to have impactful conversations and challenge effectively for change.
  • Mindset Mastery – three simple steps to reframing your thinking in times of overwhelm.
  • How to thrive in the remote world, and how to engage, enthuse and empower people.


Kim-Adele is at the leading edge of ‘Championing Human Spirit’ individually and organizationally for 21st Century Board/C-Suite Level leaders. A renowned leadership coach, international bestselling author, inspirational keynote speaker, and master coach. Her journey has taken her from an NVQ in hairdressing to the boardrooms of the FTSE 250.


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