WOW Workshops
Sunday 03 December 2017
15:00 to 18:00
The Room

Often women find themselves on the back foot compared to their male counterparts, unable to demand promotions or 'pitch' themselves within their teams.

This workshop provides a neutral but supportive environment and acknowledges the inequity that often exists in the workplace. It looks at presence, visibility and confidence as tangible skills and practices that women can develop in order to make their time in work more effective. 

Through the workshop attendees can begin to: 

  • build concrete communication skills
  • understand breath, alignment and posture as a tool for confidence
  • use voice/speech techniques for authenticity and assertiveness 
  • enable empathy for self and others
  • develop simple strategies to make their presence felt.

Attendees will work together to create a collaborative presentation to consolidate their takeaways from the workshop.

Language: English

Age suitability: Adults only

About the workshop facilitator

Deepika Arwind Profile

Deepika Arwind

A Bangalore-based writer and theatre practitioner. Her theatre works include Nobody Sleeps Alone (nominated for The Hindu Metroplus Playwrights' Award 2013) and A Brief History of Your Hair (supported by India Foundation for the Arts, The New Voices Arts Project and Lshva Studio). Her children's play One Dream Too Many was invited to the International Playwright's Intensive at The Kennedy Centre, Washington DC and the University of Maryland in association with ASSITEJ India. 

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Workshop, Sunday, English, Adults only (18+)
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