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Get Real with Impostor Syndrome

This talk doesn't just explain the symptoms of Impostor Syndrome with real examples, it also highlights the real consequences and then crucially offers real solutions! Plenty of real stories, humour and plenty of inspiration and motivation.

Make it Real

Inspired by my journey and the experience and expertise of my Podcast guests! Authenticity is more than a word! What does it really mean and how do you 'do it' online and offline? How to you stay true to yourself and connect with others in a consistent, engaging way... no cheesy stuff, no hype, no copy-cat strategies. There is a hunger for 'real' connection more than ever.  Humourous, relevant and real!

How to be strong and likable

Are you  being a people pleaser? Are you blending in for fear of offending? Are you assuming you have to be aggressive to be assertive! How can you be connected whilst having boundaries - is there a gender thing going on with the whole strong/warm associations? This exploration is full of light-bulb moments. Stories of leaders who have the balance just right - and practical tactics on how to get the balance right.

Give me a brief

My background as an actor and speaker - and creative writer/producer - enables me to take a brief and deliver an engaging talk on just about anything to be honest! I can be as entertaining as you like - or profound and cerebral! I can inspire from a big stage or encourage discussion from a small space! I am ridiculously adaptable and a safe pair of hands.  

Immediate feedback received has been positive

Many thanks for the great event yesterday. Immediate feedback received has been positive and we are grateful to you.

Adamma Nwankwo
J P Morgan

Inspiring the next generation of professional communicators.

It was a chance for the marketing, advertising and PR students to learn first hand about many key elements they need to consider when communicating with emotions. It is great when a BU alumni inspires the next generation of professional communicators.

Dr Joyce Costello
Programme Leader

I could visibly see lightbulbs of realisation in peoples faces

Trisha's talk at Cameras and Coffees was fantastic, there were several times that I could visibly see lightbulbs of realisation in peoples faces. As always she brought copious energy to the room and was really open to hearing other peoples opinions and questions. Thanks Trisha!!

Paul Hamblin
Producer Treehouse Digital Ltd