Coronavirus update: all speaking engagements are currently postponed. Please email me to go on the mailing list for revised dates, thank you.
Are you looking for an experienced, passionate and engaging speaker?
I love to share my experience of getting through burnout and how you can avoid it, or how to thrive in large (often male-dominated) organisations.
For more information and prices, please get in touch.
Next speaking engagements
POSTPONED TO 2021
TEDxPETERBOROUGH: "BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE"
Orton Hall Hotel and Spa, Orton Longueville, Peterborough, PE2 7DN
I am very excited to have been invited to speak at this TEDx event, delivering a speech about the science of self-kindness.
For more information, please email me, and to book tickets, click here.
Are you interested in debating hot topics in the world of work?
With my friend and coaching colleague Nicola Pitt, I organise high-profile debates in partnership with influential organisations.
This is a fantastic chance to hear from leaders in their field, and to have your say.
Flexible Working Debate
On 15th May 2019, Nicola Pitt and I organised a prestigious panel debate on the subject of flexible working.
This was kindly hosted by HSBC at their global Headquarters in Canary Wharf, on behalf of HSBC Flex, the bank's flexible working employee network.
Over 100 people listened to leaders in their field debate this important topic, and £1000 was raised for the charity The Young Women's Trust.
To get on the mailing list for future events, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
L to R:
Harini Iyengar, Expert in Equality Law and Spokesperson on Equal Representation for the Women's Equality Party;
Elysia McCaffrey, Deputy Director of the Government's Equality Office;
Will McDonald, Group Sustainability and Public Policy Director at AVIVA plc (job share) and Chair of Trustees of the Fatherhood Institute;
Tara Leathers, Deputy CEO of the Prince's Trust;
Jenny Varley, Global Head of Digital Communications and Employer Brand, HSBC,
Rosie Kinchen, The Sunday Times (chair),
Asif Sadiq MBE, Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at The Telegraph;
and Kirsten Goodwin.
With many thanks to Dee Gosney, Sam Feeney, Co-Chairs of HSBC Flex, and Helen Kemp from HSBC (not pictured).
To download the Outcomes of the Debate pdf
please click on the image:
"Kirsten had a wonderfully calm and friendly manner during her talk.
She used very effective techniques to re-programme your brain to manage stress."