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ACS Masterclass series 'Acts of Confidence' (Virtual)

This masterclass runs over two consecutive dates - Wednesday 10 August and Wednesday 17 August

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Tue, 09 Aug, 04:00 PM

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    Wed, 10 Aug, 10:00 AM

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    Wed, 10 Aug, 11:30 AM
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<p>*Please note this masterclass runs over two consecutive dates - Wednesday 10 August and Wednesday 17 August. Registration cost covers both sessions and attendance is compulsory for both sessions*</p> <p> </p> <p>Do you constantly second guess yourself? Do you worry that you’ve said the wrong thing? Ever wonder if other people have that voice in their head?</p> <p><br>Self doubt and second-guessing what you said and what you’ll do next is not new or unusual. If you are like most of us it’s something you’re probably very familiar with.</p> <ul><li>Are you sick of spending so much time and energy worrying about all the what ifs?</li><li>Are you sick of feeling you’re not enough? Or wondering what’s wrong with you?</li><li>And wondering what the F*** it will take to get over the doubt and negative self-talk?</li></ul> <p><strong>Breathe! </strong>Here’s the truth. There is nothing wrong with you. In fact, you are just like hundreds of talented, ambitious and capable women who, despite spending years building skills and capability, and proving themselves to everyone, still experience self-doubt and have to deal with their inner critic. Maybe you don’t feel this all of the time, but it’s there more often than you’d like. And it doesn’t matter how hard you work or how many more qualifications you acquire, just when you want to take that leap or try something new that old familiar voice in your head raises all the reasons why it’s a bad idea. The golden opportunity here is to learn to make friends with your inner critic - to right size that negative talk so it no longer overshadows every decision and action. Because if you don’t believe in yourself no one else will!</p> <p><img alt="User-added image" src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000HusLL&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1658211315000"></img><br><br>In this two part webinar series, Author of <a href="https://coreconfidence.com.au/book/" target="_blank">Core Confidence</a>, <strong><a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/kateboorer/" target="_blank">Kate Boorer</a></strong> will show you how to right size your self doubt and inner critic and leverage the confidence you already have to become more visible in your organisation and create the career and life you deserve. The first session will focus on where you want to be more visible, who you want to be visible to and why this is important to you. In the second session we will debrief on your lessons and insights with a focus on locking down a 3 step plan to be more visible with a key stakeholder.<br><br>Having worked with hundreds of women just like you – Kate knows that self-doubt can be exhausting. Seize this opportunity to make peace with that inner critic, become more visible and access the go-to strategies that will see you dramatically reduce your self-doubt, tame your inner critic and step into your personal power.<br><br>Now, there’s only one question left, are you ready to say goodbye to self-doubt and become more visible within your organisation? Make sure you register now to reserve your place for this two part series with expert, Kate who has walked in your shoes and is keen to share the answers with you. </p> <p>Part 1 - Wednesday 10 August (1 CPD)</p> <p>Part 2 - Wednesday 17 August (1 CPD)</p> <p><u>Instagram - </u><u><a href="https://www.instagram.com/yourcoreconfidence/" target="_blank">@yourcoreconfidence</a></u><u>     Facebook - </u><u><a href="https://www.facebook.com/CoreConfidenceBook" target="_blank">Core Confidence</a></u><u>     LinkedIn - </u><u><a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/kateboorer/" target="_blank">Kate Boorer</a></u></p>

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Learning and development management (ETMG) -> Level 3

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Kate Boorer

Kate Boorer

Founder and CEO of Young Professional Women Australia, Kate is one of Australia’s leading experts on career, confidence and personal brand. Kate is dedicated to enabling women to face, manage and navigate the personal barriers standing in the way of creating the life they want. Kate draws on her results with clients, her passion for driving change and the collective voice of her tribe (YPWA) – this makes her a powerful thought leader for gender equality. 

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