Effective Communication, Presentation Skills, Confidence Building and Banishing the Imposter Syndrome are just some of the areas covered by Kate Atkin.
Her keynote "Behind the Mask" and workshops on the imposter syndrome are receiving great aclaim. Kate also wrote the guest blog for the Oxford English Dictionary when the term imposter syndrome entered the dictionary in 2017. You can read that here.
Whether a workshop, seminar or conference keynote, all sessions are interactive and have a practical application to business performance, management and interpersonal skills.
As an inspirational speaker and author, Kate Atkin, is known for her energy, enthusiasm and ability to motivate. Her approach is tailored to suit your specific needs. With over 20 years of training and coaching experience and more than 25 years of business knowledge, she offers a bespoke service. Based in Cambridge, Kate Atkin has experience of working with a wide variety of industry sectors, including financial services,public sector, high tech, not-for-profit and manufacturing. Kate speaks both locally in Cambridge and Cambridgeshire, as well as across the UK and Europe.
Her talks and workshops are interactive and memorable, ensuring the learning is implemented in the work place, making a positive difference to your bottom line.
Kate holds a masters in applied positive psychology and is an award-winning trainer, author of The Confident Manager and The Presentation Workout, both available through Amazon, and a fellow of the Professional Speaking Association, member of Toastmasters International and international trainer for JCI UK. She is currently a PhD candidate focussing on the Impostor Phenomenon, at Anglia Ruskin University.
You can contact Kate on firstname.lastname@example.org
Between October 2011 and June 2012, Kate was proud to support her husband Stuart Jessup, in his 2,600 mile walk around England, raising awareness of mental health. They were featured in Readers Digest, BBC Radio 4's Ramblings programme with Clare Balding and many local press and radio interviews, including BBC Radio Cambridgeshire and the Evening News. More about the walk and the charities that were supported can be found at www.walkingontheedge.org.uk