We’ve partnered with Amy Kean to create a one-of-a-kind 6-week training course that mixes psychology with role play with media training with storytelling techniques with actual PR like podcasting, blog writing and presenting with community-building and having fun.
Practice Makes UnPerfect is about honing that natural voice and joining a community of women who want to be themselves on stage, on air, and even written down. Our groups will go on a journey of semi self-discovery that’s designed to help you understand your barriers, understand other people, work out what you want to say to the world, and how.
Susan Rice, Recruiting Chief Operations at News UK, discusses representation in the workplace and engaging a diverse workforce.
A number of my learnings and life experiences have been channeled into Practice Makes UnPerfect: a course designed to help people finesse their public voices and be themselves more. Like you, but extra you. You squared!
Laurie van Dalm, Chief of Staff at Permutive, discusses how to navigate the unknown in startups.
Aphrodite Brinsmead, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Permutive, discusses the ethical use of consumer data, the way this is shared across the ecosystem and how organisations should take more responsibility for how they handle consumer information.
Desiree Nicholson, Enterprise Solutions Lead at Teads, discusses body image in the workplace, an area that is still considered a taboo topic but can affect individuals and their work.
Sonia Pham, Head of Business Analysis at Illuma Technology, asks where do contextual and identity solutions go from here?
When it comes to the prominence of women in racing, the stats aren’t pretty. Only 10 of the 450 registered jockeys in the UK are female, and men enjoy 10x more rides than women.