Miss Collective + Andrea Clarke team up to help women in marketing communicate with authority

Miss Collective image2 18.5.16.jpgFormer Seven News reporter and Washington DC correspondent Andrea Clarke (below, right) will present an intimate workshop on Communicating With Authority as part of the Miss Collective event series in Melbourne on 7th June.
 
Designed specifically for women working in marketing, media and advertising, the workshop will guide participants on how to speak with confidence, use body language and non-verbal communication, and techniques to establish authority.
 
Andrea Clarke.jpgParticipants will also be guided through a three-step process to create a concise and memorable pitch for clients, colleagues and the CEO.

Communicating with Authority presented by Andrea Clarke & Miss Collective
When: Tuesday 7th June, 2016
Time: 6pm - 8.30pm
Where: Gravity Coworking, Level 13, 114 William St, Melbourne
Cost: $129 per ticket
Purchase tickets here.
Says Clarke: "Through this workshop, I will help participants to unlock their confidence and let themselves shine at work.

"Women often unconsciously undermine their own authority and just becoming aware that you're doing it can make a major difference. I'm looking forward to sharing my experiences and techniques with some amazing women through the Miss Collective workshop in June."
 
Clarke spent most of her career as a television news journalist based in Washington, reporting for Channel 7, Al Jazeera and Reuters. She has also worked as an international aid worker, gathering stories from the frontline of warzones in Afghanistan, Iraq and Georgia to help fund aid programs for locals.
 
Clarke is an in-demand corporate trainer, running workshops for Australia's largest private and ASX listed companies. She is dedicated to helping people "be the CEO of your career' and giving them the tools and skills to excel professionally.
 
Miss Collective is a new venture launched by the trio of women behind the Melbourne chapter of SheSays. It is a hub of content and events aimed to inspire, educate and connect women working in marketing, media and advertising, and is run by Kara Jenkins (creative director at Isobar); Steph Webster (group account director, Reactive) and Jane Hutton (communications director at Dentsu Aegis Network).
 
Says Webster: "Between us, we have more than 40 years working in media, marketing and advertising.

"We joined forces more than four years ago to bring SheSays to Melbourne, and have been incredibly inspired by the women we've met and worked with through that venture."
 
Says Jenkins: "This led us to found Miss Collective, which takes the basis of SheSays networking events and extends it to workshops, mentoring, large scale events such as our first conference planned for next year and an online hub of content to guide and inspire women working in our industries."
 
Industry figures to run previous Miss Collective workshops include Bec Brideson, creative director and industry consultant, and Jack Skeels, CEO of AgencyAgile.
 
Visit www.misscollective.com for further details.

(Picture 1 L-R: Miss Collective founders Steph Webster, Jane Hutton and Kara Jenkins)

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Caitlyn Jenner said:

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