Saturday 27th October 2018, Rydges Hotel, Wellington
We have some great prizes to give away at this forthcoming event thanks to our sponsors. Goody bags for everyone who attends sponsored by lulu lemon, good buzz, jam hair and capital magazine. We’ve also got yoga mats, art, memberships, career coaching for teens, gratitude journals and massage prizes to win on the day – plus more. Along with our awesome speakers taking the stage to share their wisdom we’ve got advice on picky eating and free massage available on the day too don’t miss out.
Tickets went on sale 19th September and the first 125 were free (that date also happens to be the 125 year anniversary of women’s suffrage in NZ) – the free tickets went inside 48 hours but you can still buy a ticket a be there (limited spaces) click here to get yours
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In the spirit of collaboration and my firm belief that we are stronger together than we are apart, four Wellington women coaches come together to share their wisdom to help inspire, motivate and empower.
This collaboration aims to help inspire and empower women to overcome the challenges we face and be our best. With a focus on helping our daughters in the process with similar struggles – comparison, self-doubt, authenticity, confidence, social media and technology usage as well as self-care, self-love and resilience to enable us to live a life full of meaning and purpose and be our best.
We are delighted to be supporting Dress for Success through this event, They do some great work which aligns well to our mission of supporting women and to inspire, motivate and empower. Dress for Success will be there on the day accepting donations, to find out more see their website
Over the last few decades life has evolved and changed for women and we have become more powerful with more opportunities yet at the same time busier and with more worries. Often we find ourselves still doubting our worth, we still think twice about taking seats at leadership tables, we still lack confidence to take risks and lean in and we still struggle to be what is expected of us, sometimes at the expense of our values, dreams and authenticity. We want to break this cycle and focus on this one thing we, as women, control and that is our own self-efficacy and we want the same for our daughters.
9:30 am – arrival and refreshments
10:00 am – speakers
- Introduction from MC Melissa Bartram, Mamas Mojo
- Keynote Navigating fear & self-doubt, overcoming Imposter Syndrome – Jess Stuart, Author & Coach
- Being your best and role modelling for the kids – Zareen Byrne, Burnt out with bat wings
- Use Technology, Don’t Let it Use You. Intentional Tech & Social Media Usage – Jennifer Young, Jen Y Insights
- A new direction; live with purpose and passion – Vicky Evans, Life Mastery Coach
11:30 am – Q&A
12:00 pm – wrap up & close
Find out more about our speakers:
Jess Stuart, Author & Coach inspireyourlife.org
After 15 years in Senior HR positions, Jess decided to follow her passions and became an author and coach. Having lived, worked and volunteered in many countries with some inspirational people she draws her life experience into her work to empower women to unlock their potential. Author of Like A Girl, designed to help women unlock their potential and thrive at life. Giving practical advice and tips for building resilience, leveraging strengths whilst navigating fear, getting over self-doubt and mastering the art of balance.
Zareen Byrne – Burnt out with bat wings https://www.burntoutwithbatwings.com/
With a vision to be part of a change that sees women continue to be emotionally empowered. Zareen aims to help put a stop to issues such as negative body image, strained relationships, feelings of inadequacy, lack of personal development, inability to cope efficiently with the stressors of motherhood and life, unfulfilling careers, financial worries, anxiety and burn out. To show women how to start living a life where they set their own expectations in accordance with their true selves and teach this to their children
Jennifer Young – Jen Y Insights https://www.jenyinsights.com/
Jennifer (‘Jen Y’) Young – Mindfulness Educator, Facilitator and Millennial (‘Gen Y’) Development Specialist. Jen supports the next generations of leaders and people going through change to flourish” Passionate about and committed to elevating people to their definition of success through: mindfulness, mindful results coaching, workplace wellness, mental health first aid and leadership development.
Vicky Evans – Life Mastery Coach https://www.vickyevans.com/
Passionate about helping people to set a new direction, to create more balance, greater freedom and even greater success in their lives. For over 20 years Vicky has worked with organizations and individuals, helping them reach their goals. Longing for a greater connection with nature, she gave up corporate life and moved to New Zealand. A deep desire to make more of a contribution in life and to fulfil her own life purpose, led to a career as a Life Coach with the Life Mastery Institute. Vicky has moved beyond her own struggles with anxiety, depression and self-doubt using the tools she now teaches.
Melissa Bartram, Mamas Mojo MC http://mamas-mojo.com/
For women who have lost or think they have lost their mojo and want to get it back. How to reclaim the sparkle within you, reclaim your identity beyond motherhood, rediscover self-love and build resilience to flourish in what can be an overwhelming, busy life.
The intention is for attendees to leave feeling empowered and inspired but with practical tools to aid your own self-efficacy and development and something you can share with your children. It will also provide a platform for valuable networking and sharing of stories across a diverse group of women and a catalyst for mother-daughter conversations and shared experiences.
See you there!