Join alumna Sarah Bennett-Nash as she provides practical advice and tips on having the confidence to go out and conquer your career and life goals. Sarah’s presentation is packed full of tactics, strategies and a framework that delivers advice that you will remember and be motivated to apply to your own ambitions.
Through her personal and insightful approach, Sarah’s talk will begin with her journey and leap of faith from the high-pressure environment of executive banking and finance, to taking a long-desired coaching course and setting up her own business. Sarah will go on to cover such themes as:
Confidence versus self-esteem
Creating long-lasting behavioural change
Sarah will also answer questions during the Q&A after the discussion.
By the end of the evening, you are sure to be armed with vitally important pointers on what it really takes to create lasting confidence and self-esteem.
About the speaker
Sarah Bennett-Nash, Founder & CEO at The Enterprise Vault (Law, Common Progression Exam Grad Diploma, 2003)
Sarah is a Managing Director in a FTSE 100 company, a public speaker and business owner. In her own words: “I believe that if you are certain you can make a difference, you will. If you focus on developing every bit of talent, every skill you have, you will start seeing how your choices can drive positive changes in the world.
“My company, The Enterprise Vault, is built on a foundation and a passion for what we believe to be possible. Our goal is to help you reach higher levels of performance and results, so that you can grow and achieve more in your life. We’re dedicated to helping you build your own toolkit, so you feel empowered to become the person you really want to be.
“It took me a long time to define my success because I didn’t have the strategies or the confidence to step into the person I really wanted to be. It held me back for years, until I had a defining moment in my life where I was forced to make some real changes to avoid falling off the cliff into bankruptcy. It was at this moment I started to focus on growing my toolkit, so I could make the necessary changes in my life and build the confidence I needed to start showing up in the world like I really wanted to.”