Corporate Event Facilitator
Partnering with organisations to unlock, maximise and retain the leadership potential and performance of their female talent.
Working globally, companies use online technology to include members around the world. I facilitate, organise and create a blend of live and ‘on demand’ learning to best leverage time and investment.
I only work with organisations who genuinely want to offer the opportunity for community and sharing – not just ‘content delivery’. If that’s what you have in mind, I recommend you find someone else. That’s OK. We just won’t be a fit.
Some of the most popular content choices are here below, each tailored for your organisation or industry’s specific needs or desired outcomes.
I partner with corporate stakeholders to ensure the Event is delivered in an easy, straight-forward way with input into ‘marketing’ the event internally to ensure strong Registrations and reduce No-Shows.
We then work together on the follow-up to further engage participants.
Most of the Events I facilitate are over-subscribed.
The combination of the subject matter, the outcomes offered to your participants and the way we work together to plan a true experience mean your participants get so much out of the investment.
I support you to make the best return on the investment.
I always include Accountability and Next Steps. This encourages commitment to implement and try out what’s been learned and to have a place for questions and shares. It’s a value-add which works.
Popular Half-Day & One-Day Corporate Events:
- Dress for Your Day — your personal brand speaks before you do
- Move From Mate To Manager — understand the necessary shifts that authority brings
- Build Your Leadership Coaching Skills – engage, listen, inspire through subtle coaching skills
- Be Resilient in the Midst of Change, Growth & Uncertainty — keep a steady hand on the wheel of your own direction AND your colleagues’
- Present With More Personal Presence & Power – understand how to deliver content in a comfortable, engaging and inspiring way
- Best Practices For Leading Remote Teams – not a nice to have but an essential to build connection, keep engagement and manage when you can’t be together live
- Having Difficult Conversations – key to leadership and being respectful, assertive and objective
- Lead With Emotional Intelligence – understand what EQ is, how to use it for influence, persuasion and better relationships (everywhere).
Tailored for your organisation’s specific needs, please email my offices at email@example.com to discuss if or how we can tailor an event or design a bespoke programme together.
LIVE or OnLine, depending what our Government allows.
Corporate Audiences & Programmes Delivered For:
- Credit Suisse
- Royal Bank of Scotland
- Miller Insurance
- Lloyds Bank
- Lloyd’s of London
- Bank of America
- University of Suffolk
- SCOR Insurance
- MetLife Insurance
- Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
- Barchester Healthcare
- Societe General
- Institute of Directors
FEEDBACK FROM ORGANISERS:
Delivering and designing the Masterclass for Sarah’s clients entitled “Communicating with Influence in the Public Sector” Sarah gives the following feedback:
“Having participated in this workshop myself I highly recommend Kay – I learned a lot and came away with tools and ideas to use straight away to help me communicate more clearly, effectively and influentially.
We received excellent feedback from the participants following Kay’s Executive Masterclass – some saying it was one of the highlights of the two days with us.
Kay is an engaging, credible and creative facilitator, who really knows her stuff – she’s also good fun!”
—Sarah G., Business Development Manager, UK University
Working with Kevin and his fellow Board members recently, I was invited to work with the Board as they focused on ways to engage the management teams to respond and step up for New Year targets.
“Using the piece Kay shared with us about how to really engage with people when they don’t want to hear what you’ve got to say gave me a clear and easy way to connect with our operations team. It was amazing.
I’ve struggled in the past and Kay’s framework of firstly, the order in which to give the information and then, the words and phrases to use -and to avoid – meant the operational teams really “got” what I wanted this time and are now working with it.
We bridged the real gap I had between the strategic and operational language and this, for me, is a crucial learning – and that was just one piece of what Kay showed us that day!”
—Kevin M., Marketing Director, Executive Recruitment Company, UK
Invited to speak to the Women’s Network of a London-based Bank, this was one of their inaugural events to boost membership and engagement
“We quickly had ‘standing room only’ for Kay’s talk to our Women’s Network. She made all the organisers comfortable the event would be a success and helped us attract a big audience with her materials.
We had great feedback from our members about her content and how it will help them day-to-day to be more assertive and step up and are planning to invite Kay to speak to our members again soon.”
—L. Khan, London Chair of the Women’s Network at a UK High Street Bank