Career Horizons: The Introverted Career Accelerator26/02/2024 - From 19h30 - Members & Guests
Are you an introvert navigating career advancement?
- Being modest and reserved, do you ever struggle with self-promotion?
- Feel you should speak up more and share your ideas in meetings – but the very thought drains your energy?
- Daunted at the idea of “putting yourself out there” more at networking events?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, Madeleine has got some answers.
Embrace your introversion as an “unfair advantage” in your career journey in this 60-minute workshop.
What to expect:
- Safe space for introverts
- Practical tips for self-promotion
- Techniques for impactful meeting contributions
- Networking strategies tailored for introverts.
Let’s turn your unique qualities into career superpowers!
Madeleine de Hauke is the CEO of Business4Good. Executive Leadership Coach, Trainer and Facilitator - Madeleine helps 100% of the Leadership Pipeline master the skills & mindset it takes to lead thriving teams through disruption.
A medical doctor with 20+ years’ experience in the Life Sciences industry, Madeleine now helps future, emerging and seasoned leaders develop the people, time and management skills to drive results and navigate complexity. Her unique focus on instinctive strengths and whole-person growth is grounded in neuroscience and team dynamics and targets 4 critical skills sets:
- Strategic Clarity – so everyone is aligned and moving in the same diretion
- Results Focus – empowering individual strengths for collective success
- Impact & Influence – to inspire trust and move people to innovate and take action
- Self Mastery – to remain rock-solid yet agile in an ever changing environment
Unapologetically pragmatic, she holds a safe space to uncover the ‘elephant in the room’ and turn team-dynamics challenges into sustained shifts for synergy, inclusiveness and collaboration. The result is peak performance with wellbeing - innovation with expanded positive impact.
A two-time TEDx Speaker, she is visiting professor at Duke, Antwerp and Hong Kong Universities on leadership, innovation and meeting optimisation. Also known as ‘The Meeting Doctor’ she has twice been featured in the Financial Times for her work on curing “Meeting Syndrome”.Please login to register