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Be Seen, Be Heard, Be Brave: a workshop that will boost your confidence

Have you ever felt you need more self confidence in the workplace to challenge decisions or to take your ideas forward?

Be Seen, Be Heard, Be Brave: a workshop that will boost your confidence

11th July 2018, Radisson Blu Hotel, Birmingham

Have you ever felt you need more self confidence in the workplace to challenge decisions or to take your ideas forward?

Then this one day personal development workshop is for you. It will give you the insight you need to better understand yourself and the skills to become more assertive.

You will learn:

  • about yourself, how you communicate with others, how you work in a team
  • how to train yourself to become more confident – techniques and tips to improve your inner voice
  • how to have brave conversations – strategies and tips to converse with yourself, deal with difficult people, and situations
  • how to have confidence to be the patient advocate – how to challenge diagnoses, treatment, management and services 

This is an ideal event for those who are leaders/deputies of an affiliated group, or those who are considering setting up an affiliated group to come and take the first steps in learning more about yourself and how you can become more confident.

Carol Stonham, PCRS-UK Vice chair says: “We are all confident in getting on with the ‘day job’ but the element often missing from training is around leadership. Yet these skills not only allow us to be brave enough to be the patient advocate when things don’t feel right, but also to offer support for each other, feel confident about putting forward the case for training, and having brave conversations in a positive way when we would rather avoid them. It’s an opportunity that doesn’t come along too often. Knowing how you and others tick gives great insight!”

Further information and registration

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Derivation: 
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