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SPEAKING & EVENTS

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LET’S TALK

It’s a real passion of mine to connect with hearts and minds through speaking at live events and teaching workshops. There’s nothing more I love than being getting animated up on a stage sharing my take on living a creative, powerful like. To date, I have been commissioned by Hendricks GinGoogle,  Bestival, ObonjanDeloitte, ThoughtworksTarget Jobs, Yogaia The Office Group, The Happy Start Up School, The Soho House Group, Mothers Meeting, Work Well Being and Ladies That UX, as well as being part of key events such as #HigherSelfie .

I’m incredibly passionate about what I do, and I understand its value and importance to encourage and empower people to live well and work well.

Here’s some examples of the kind of topics I speak on:

From Failure to Success: Starting a Love Affair with Failure

The Confidence Kick: Rock Your Good Stuff

Are you Faking It? Dealing with Imposter Syndrome

Embracing Meraki: Soulful Creativity

Secrets of Success Through Rapport: Learning the Ultimate art of Communication

Busting the Stress Myth: How to Build Resilience

Exploring the Wild Colours of Creativity

Cultivating Curiosity & Manifesting Creativity

I deliver talks in an informative, intuitive and entertaining way; geared towards the audience. If you would like to chat about speaking at one of your events, then you can email me at kate@katetaylor.co

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Empowering the next generation of women in creative and technology is one of my passion points. I’ve been talking on various stages for It’s Not Just For The Boys at their incredible events over the last two years. Check out more in this video here.

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“Kate’s dynamic and personable style, connected with the room to help ‘power up’ the attendees so they could ‘rock’ with confidence.
She generated fun and warmth throughout, enabling them to help focus their energy with passion, challenge and inspiration, leaving them feeling positive about the experience ahead of them.”
 – Nic Pendregaust, Deloitte –
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