Upcoming Events

International Women's Day 2018 webinar - Thursday 8th March 2018, 9:30am via Skype

Imposter Syndrome, or why I think I'm not good enough

Action for Children are hosting a series of webinars to celebrate International Women's Day 2018 and I will be hosting a webinar on Imposter Syndrome. Imposter Syndrome is the feeling of inadequancy we can get despite evidence to the contrary that we are not in fact inadequate. In my talk I will be sharing how Imposter Syndrome shows up for me and what techniques I have for dealing with it. The other webinars on the day are: 

Women and Wellbeing: The need to #PressforProgress' - Ruth Cooper-Dickinson

'Imposter syndrome, or why I think I’m not good enough' - Laura Cloke

‘Tackling domestic abuse in BME communities’ - SaveraUK

‘Taking risks/ wellbeing and self-care for leaders’ - Andrea Mattis

'Period Poverty’  - Harriet Protheroe-Davies 

‘Turning your powerful purpose into brilliant brand you’ - Colette Philip

'The importance of your well-being when working with vulnerable young people and children.'  - Latoya Maynard

‘Passion into Practice’ Deborah Somerset-Malia

If you would like to join any of the webinars then please e-mail me to be added to the invite list hello@lauracloke.com 

Previous Events

Live Your Legend London Meet up with Chelsea Dinsmore - 8th June 2017

 The Live Your Legend Local London Group with Chelsea Dinsmore

The Live Your Legend Local London Group with Chelsea Dinsmore

Almost a year ago I heard Chelsea Dinsmore give an incredible talk at the World Domination Summit. I was so inspired and moved by her words and they have stuck with me ever since. Last week I was privileged to host a Q&A with Chelsea at my first Live Your Legend LOCAL London event and it was such a great evening. Thank you to everyone who came and a huge thank you to Chelsea for taking time out to come and speak to us. I'm still buzzing from last week. You can see Chelsea's WDS talk here 

 

The Superwoman Society - 10th January 2017

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The Superwoman Society was created in The United States by Jessica J. Williams, founder of The Superwoman Project. London’s inaugural event was hosted by Superwoman Society member, Laura Cloke. Laura has worked in a variety of roles in the retail and charity sectors and is passionate about helping woman achieve their potential through coaching, mentoring and supporting people with their personal development.

Held on 10th January 2017 at The Water Poet, London, it was a great chance for 16 fabulous women to come together to talk career goals and challenges and to meet new and inspiring superwomen. 

 

 Some fabulous superwomen getting stuck into discussing their career goals

Some fabulous superwomen getting stuck into discussing their career goals