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Local:SKILLS - Building Confidence


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Build your confidence and radiate determination. Free car parking available on the campus; see 'Additional information' for more details.

Date and Time

22 May 2018 - 19:30-21:30


High Wycombe, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - Thames&Chiltern:Bucks local network. Contact Andrew Dodd : 07801 459471 or andrew.dodd@theiet.org for more information.

About this event

Nearly all of us would like more confidence in some areas of our lives.  In this workshop participants will learn key steps to build their confidence and, very importantly,  how to deal with the blockers. 

Participants should come with a challenge in mind – something they would like to be more confident at.  The objective of the session is that they will leave with a new sense of purpose and a success plan that they believe in.

This session will be delivered by Dr Rosie Miller and Eddie Maguire.  Eddie and Rosie are Directors of ChangeWave, an organisation that specialises in the people dimension of change.  They work with leaders, teams and individuals to develop the energy, the motivation and the engagement to deliver the change they need.

The IET Buckinghamshire Local Network is here to support you with your professional development.
Great engineers can fail to get the recognition they deserve because they lack confidence.  You can increase your precense dramatically by building confidence in projecting your personality.

We have organised a programme of LIFESKILLS & Local:SKILLS workshops that have been specifically developed to help you with CPD and recorded as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

We do recommend that you attend all the workshops between September 2017 to June 2018 to fully benefit from the programme; but it is not essential.

This is the 6th seminar in the 2017/18 programme.


  • Doors open 7 pm
  • Light refreshments
  • Talk starts 7.30 pm
  • Talk finishes by 9.30 pm

Reasons to attend

Boost your presence.  Learn more about techniques to build your confidence in an informal workshop with Dr Rosie Miller and Eddie Maguire.

Dr Rosie Miller and Eddie Maguire specialise in supporting leaders driving change within their organisation and those making personal transitions.

Continuing Professional Development

CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 2 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

Additional information

  • All attendees must report to Reception in 'The Gateway' to sign in and be escorted up to G5.05.
    G5.05 is the Conference Room in 'The Gateway' building.

Please paste the following link into your browser to find where Car Park C is situated on the campus - https://bucks.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0022/11929/High_Wycombe_Campus_map.pdf

    'The Gateway' building is also shown: see "10" on the pdf document.

  • Room available from 7 pm with light refreshments available until the seminar starts at 7.30 pm

  • Free car parking in Car Park C.

    Car park C is approximately 100m up the road from the roundabouts at the bottom of Marlow Hill.  The entrance barrier should be raised from 6.45 pm onwards. If it is not raised, use the pillar-mounted intercom to contact the security office.  The adjacent barrier rises automatically on exit.

Registration information

  • Registration is essential


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