Building resilient workforces & a healthy company culture isn as difficult as you'd imagine yet most organisations struggle with this and millions of us are taking time off because we are not well-supported enough at work, struggling with stress-management and juggling our personal, psychological and emotional lives. This half-day event aims to address this with 4 workshops that look at resilience, stress-management, mindfulness and emotional intelligence. Tazeen Ahmad & Mel Hales bring their work to the very people in organisations who can make changes - those in charge and those who help the teams.
Consenting to a media interview can be a wonderful opportunity to get a story heard and to move people with experiences and knowledge. But it can sometimes lead to survivors feeling triggered during or after the experience, or their story being edited in a way that they’re not happy with.. How can survivors work together with journalists and broadcasters who cover these stories to ensure the published piece benefits survivors, the media, and the public?
Tazeen runs a workshop for Practice Managers helping them think about how to improve and use their EQ to work more efficiently and successfully.
Tazeen Ahmad investigates the so-called "dementia tax". Why do some people have to sell their homes to pay for care while others get funding from the NHS? C4, Dispatches, Mon 20th Nov 8pm
Host of the one of the biggest business awards in the UK. Tazeen hosted this same event last year at the Hilton Hotel on Park Lane.
Tazeen returns for a third year to run her fun, interactive and insightful masterclass at the Edinburgh International Television Festival for 'The Network' attendees. Her class teaches how participants can network and build professional relationships that last, matter and feel authentic.
Tazeen's thought-provoking interactive talk to 250 of Google's partners de-mystifies the meaning of EQ and shows attendees how they can develop their own. Watch here
This one day meeting at the RSM aims to update delegates on current and future concepts and practice in child sexual abuse in the context of how health care professionals can be positively involved in management.
Tazeen's trademark workshop on networking adapted for self-proclaimed introverts who are graduate entrants to Accenture. The workshop will teach them how to network and build relationships in a way that feels authentic, natural and, most importantly, productive.
After charing a jury on the best entrants for this award - that measured impact as well as representation and good story-telling - Tazeen presents the award to the winners of this unique and important category.
A training course for activists and sector professionals looking at how to interact with the media and to make the most of the engagement to tell your stories. Tazeen will carry out interviews and give feedback to attendees as well as give them insights into how to build relationships and manage media contacts in general
In need of some refreshment for your body and mind? Want to feel rejuvenated, rested but also inspired? Then look no further than this one-day booster in emotional intelligence and wellbeing. This event will feel like the ultimate antidote to the trials and challenges of modern day life.
After this session participants will be able to...
- Break down the art of conversation and network authentically.
- Make the most of social and public occasions for both personal and professional gain
- Experience networking as a pleasurable experience with opportunity
- Understand the difference between shyness, sensitivity, self-consciousness and introversion
- Learn new strategies that will become second nature
- Get to know their fellow SNAPsters and make connections
This special networking event is for those who would like to make the most of social and public occasions for both personal and professional gain. You’ll come away with tips on making networking a pleasurable experience, overcoming shyness & self-consciousness and turning what youve long seen as your weaknesses into strengths. Participants will be welcomed with a drink and a 'conversation menu' listing a choice of questions and provocations to explore together as part of the session. Expect to talk to strangers, learn some valuable lessons and enjoy yourself.
Celebrating the Introvert
CELEBRATING THE INTROVERT
Reporter, writer and broadcaster, Tazeen Ahmad, joins Mary Anne ON BBC Radio 6 Music to deliver a 3 Minute Epiphany on the enjoyment of introversion.
Tune in, expand your mind, and prepare to learn how being an introvert is, in her words, having the "super power with bad press".
Tazeen Ahmad, has over twenty years of broadcasting experience, which includes working as an investigative reporter for Channel 4's current affairs show 'Dispatches', and as a former foreign correspondent.
She is also a committed life-long introvert.