Moray’s business women seek inspiration in the walled garden

Walled Garden

The walled garden at Moray’s historic Gordon Castle has been selected to host an event aimed at boosting the confidence of local businesswomen.

Local career management coach Rosie O’Hara, who was recently recognised by the Association of Scottish Businesswomen in their 2015 honours list, will lead a talk on improving confidence and presentation skills.

The talk will help you understand what motivates your customer/client beyond offering a good service – providing hints and tips in an interactive session aimed at boosting confidence and overcoming objections.

Rosie O’Hara operates Rosie O’Hara Career Management Coaching from her offices in Forres and Aberdeen. She uses a combination of NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming – the Art and Science of generating alternative and better behaviours), with 35 years of coaching, management and mentoring experience and the LAB (Language and Behaviour) Profile® to enable people to understand themselves and others and to aid the generation of alternative behaviours.

Rosie said: “I want everyone to have confidence, quiet unassuming confidence that means they stand up and say what they need to, without raising their voice or worrying about what other people will say or think. My years of experience and skills mean you can learn to understand and communicate better with yourself and others and you will know if you want to.”

Cost £15 for Moray Businesswomen members and £20 for non-members/guests, which includes a two-course evening meal, payable on night. Places can be reserved online for the event set to take place on Tuesday, May 5.

President of Moray Business Women, Susan Longmuir said: “Only a few people in business would turn down the opportunity to hear this truly inspirational talk – we are so grateful to Rosie for doing this and we all look forward to picking up some useful tips as well as networking with our group in this fabulous venue at Fochabers.”

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