Be inspired – Make it happen! Women in business event – 28th Jan 9.30-2.30pm

Free Women in Business Networking Event

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Speakers include:

Sarah Hardman –  Leadership Coach & Team facilitator

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Sarah is a leadership coach (Co-Active CPCC and ICF ACC) and team facilitator who is passionate about working with existing and emerging leaders to bring the best of themselves into their organisations to be authentic leaders that others want to follow.

As her coaching company name, “Boldy-Go” suggests, Sarah has a particular interest in courage and confidence in personal and professional leadership – working with clients to build their realised and unrealised strengths and helping them tap into their natural resourcefulness and resilience. Sarah works with clients to “play big”, challenging them to stretch beyond what they believed was possible.

A qualified NLP Master Practitioner, trainer and facilitator, Sarah works with clients in a range of sectors including Arts/Culture, marketing/media, education and health.

In her 20 year marketing career, which has paralleled her coaching and leadership development endeavours, Sarah has worked for organisations including Coca Cola Schweppes, Macmillan publishing and latterly the British Library where she was Head of Audience Development and Brand. Having worked at a senior level Sarah has experienced first-hand the importance of inspirational leadership both on business performance and on employee engagement.

Finally – although not a big Trekkie fan, Sarah does like Starship Enterprise’s five year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations and of course: to boldly go where no wo/man has gone before!

Amanda Fizackerley –  Entreprenuer

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Amanda has over 30 years’ commercial experience in SME, encompassing sales (B2C and B2B), recruitment, sales training and coaching, and marketing services, the majority of which have been within the IT Software and Services sectors. Straight-talking, pragmatic and practical, she has built and sold a sales lead generation business, runs a business with her husband and is embarking on building another business, intending to get this one ‘right’.

In her private life, she has set up and led a Rotaract Club (youth organisation of Rotary International), twice led ‘Elmbridge Women in Business’, a business women’s networking organisation and is currently CEO of Surrey Community Music Society, a charity.

Her hobbies include travel, singing, dressmaking and creative writing.

 Louise Round – CEO – Tandridge Council

Tan  034Louise qualified as a solicitor in private practice before entering local government in 1987. She headed up legal departments in two inner London Boroughs and before coming to Tandridge was responsible for a wide range of support and front line services at the London Borough of Islington.

She has been Chief Executive at Tandridge District Council since January 2013. She is also chair of governors at a secondary school in Wimbledon and has a seventeen year old daughter.



Nici Jupp – Founder – Talent Gateway

Nici JuppNici spent many years working in the Telecoms industry in numerous roles from Sales, Marketing and Channel development. She has a passion for learning about businesses and the different sectors in which they operate; what makes them tick, their challenges and how to help them grow. Starting her own business was a natural progression. She loves nothing more than having a positive impact on the growth and development of a business.

Talent Gateway enables her to fulfil two goals. Firstly, to help businesses grow by working with them and encouraging them to think differently about how they recruit and access business support services. Secondly, to enable individuals who want to work more flexibly to find challenging, rewarding work without having to compromise on their work life balance or the type of work they do.

Her hobbies include running and spending time with her family.



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