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    Franklin Women events are different. In our day-to-day jobs we have ample opportunities to hear from the successful men and women in our field. We want to bring you speakers and workshops that you don't normally have access to.

2020 Events

 

Our events are all about broadening your networks and your skills, in a relaxed, fun environment (and will usually involve some great food!).

If you’ve attended one of our events or you’re yet to attend and would like to see one of our events in action, pictures from the previous event are available via the menu to the left.

Members can also access resources from these events, such as presentation slides, by logging into your account.

Managing relationships virtually: from teams to collaborators & networks!

Reducing Stress and Building Resilience

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Managing relationships virtually: from teams to collaborators & networks!

 

For our first-ever virtual event, we choose a fitting topic – managing relationships virtually: from teams to collaborators & networks!

While managing relationships virtually is not new to our sector, the shift to intensive online working with the COVID-19 pandemic, has highlighted how the unique challenges of the virtual environment and how this requires a different skill set than face to face.

Relationship Strategist, Julia Palmer, shared some tips for how to stay more connected virtually, whether it be strengthening existing relationships, re-igniting and re-investing in your networks, or establishing new relationships and collaborations.

If you want to follow the conversation from the event, check out #FWVirtual on Twitter.

Julia has kindly made her slides available to FW Members. 

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Reducing Stress and Building Resilience

 

Working in our sector can be challenging and, for many of us, this has been amplified over the past few months of uncertainty and altered work patterns. In this 1-hour online workshop, internationally-accredited mindfulness and meditation practitioner Chelsea Pottenger, shared with us some practical tips and tricks for managing stress and building resilience, like starting the day right (spoiler: no phone!), building a meditation practice (just 10 mins a day), and saying no kindly, as well as calming techniques for short-circuiting catastrophic thinking.

If you want to follow the conversation from the event, check out #FWResilient on Twitter. There are also more resources available on the EQ Minds website and Chelsea’s podcast which explores topics around self-care and productivity.

These word clouds were generated as part of two polls that Chelsea asked participants to complete during the workshop.

A huge thanks to our event Partner AbbVie.

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