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26 May 2022
Women who mean Business: Improving my Visibility

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Do people in your workplace know who you are and what you can do? Getting to know your colleagues is so vital and being around to support people is equally important.  

Embracing new challenges is a great way to show what you are capable of as is keeping on top of new trends and technologies so that you can share your knowledge and expertise to a wider audience. 

Join this session to hear Sharny Jeetley, a highly experienced Transformation Coach and Business Psychologist, share her insights and strategies guaranteed to boost your visibility in the workplace, leaving you with a roadmap with key and tangible takeaways that can immediately be applied.

During this session, we will cover:

  • How to position Remote/Hybrid Working as an opportunity for visibility.
  • How to connect with others despite hierarchy, and build trust and loyalty.
  • How to build and instil confidence with decision makers.

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Sharnpal Jeetley

Transformational Business Coach


Sharny has spent 15 years working within corporate consulting, private sector and scaling up start-up businesses. She has transformed start up executive leaders and therefore created inclusive business cultures. Her experience is enriched with a deep understanding of Human Connection. Sharny is driven by the understanding that we are all wired to achieve our greatest potential but are at times limited through some level of projected belief system.

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