Workshop: A Woman of Confidence

Tuesday, 12 June 2018
Cambridge, UK
£0.00 - £45.00

A Woman of Confidence is an interactive workshop designed to help you develop strategies for managing your self-doubt, growing your confidence and demonstrating your true potential, and is suitable for all professional women.

The session will be perfect for you if you feel that self-doubt and a lack of confidence is:

  • Holding you back in your career
  • Stopping you from applying for a new role
  • Causing you to ruminate over past events
  • Fuelling anxiety about your future
  • Preventing you from speaking up or saying ‘no’
  • Preventing you from saying ‘yes’ to opportunities
  • Making you ‘play small’ at work or in your business
  • Diminishing your ‘voice’
  • Sabotaging your progress in any way

You’ll leave the workshop with:

  • A range of strategies for managing your self-doubt
  • Techniques for boosting your physical confidence
  • An understanding of how to demonstrate confidence at work and in business
  • An idea of your confidence ‘hotspots’ and a confidence success routine to help you feel at your best when you feel challenged


18:00 – 18:45 Registration, networking and finger buffet

18:45 – 20:45 Interactive Workshop

20:45 – Event close

Invest in Yourself: 

  • ENTERPRISE MEMBERS (formerly GOLD): NO CHARGE – included in your membership. See membership benefits HERE
  • Non Member / Digital Subscribers – £45.00

Buffet included.

Kindly Hosted by Barclays Eagle Labs

Venue: Eagle Labs, 7-8 Clifton Court, Cherry Hinton Road, Cambridge, CB1 7BN

About the Rising Network: A vibrant network empowering women to create meaningful change in life and to live a balanced life. We do this by promoting the achievements of women, health, well-being, positive psychology and personal development by sharing experiences at face to face events and online. For more information and to join, visit:

About Susan Ritchie: After a 20-year career in education, Susan Ritchie is now a leadership coach and writer, who helps leaders at all levels of seniority to grow their leadership presence, so they can develop the confidence, visibility, credibility and impact needed to open doors, create opportunities and achieve career success. In 2002, as a single mum, Susan moved to Borneo with her 9-year- old son, where she taught for five years before moving to Central America. Her international experience and moves taught her how to establish herself quickly and with impact in new and unknown cultures and environments. She returned to live in the UK in 2010, and now uses those lessons in her work with clients across a range of public, private, not-for- profit and education sectors. She is the author of Strategies for Being Brilliant: 21 ways to be Happy, Confident and Successful, and Strategies for being Visible: 14 Profile-Raising Ideas for Emerging Female Leaders, to be published later this year.

18:00 - 18:45 Registration, networking and buffet
18:45 – 20:45 Interactive Workshop
20:45 Event close