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👉 Do you love working in the Food industry but feel like it’s a struggle just to survive right now?
👉 Do you know you need you build your network but hate networking events?!
👉 Are you working super hard but don’t feel like you’re getting the recognition you deserve? Watching other people get promoted and not really knowing why you’re not?
👉Are you juggling all of the plates at once that it feels like it’s going to come crashing down on you? No time for breathing, nevermind networking!
We know how you feel - we have been there…! And we want to share the benefit of our own hindsight, as well as the tools and knowledge over our careers in the Food industry.
We have a unique set of masterclasses to help you:
👉 Get clearer on the direction your career is headed
👉 Build a stronger network and influence better
👉 Feel more in control and less overwhelmed
👉 Look after your wellbeing to create a better balance with work
👉 Like you're getting the recognition you deserve
👉 Confident to speak up in meetings
👉 More influential in your role & making a difference
👉 Like you're having an impact at work and people are listening to what you have to say
Our series of Masterclasses:-
Session One: “Finding out what you want”
In this first session, we will help you find the tools to get clear on what you want from your career. Whether you’re starting out or have hit a stumbling block in your career that has made you question where you’re headed, we will help you find greater direction and purpose.
NOTE: You will get this replay if you sign up for all 4 masterclasses
Session Two: “Be more influential at work”
Building your credibility and influence at work is super important. We all know that's it's not always the best people or those that work the hardest that get the juicy projects or the promotions. It's often the people that have the greater influence. We will share with you how we have learnt to be more influential and give you some tips to do that yourself.
Session Three: “How to Build your Network”
Building your support network at work is key to success in your career. Whether that is to help you through the tough days or knowing the right people to connect with to enhance your career prospects. We know networking can be scary and we are here to help you find alternative (read: less scary) ways to build you network, to build your career
Session Four: “Managing overwhelm at work”
The Food industry is a fabulous place to work but it’s bloody hard work sometimes (all the time!) and we can literally work til midnight and never get it all done. In this masterclass, we will share our tips for managing overwhelm and how to stop yourself overworking and running yourself into the ground.
We are the co-hosts of the Oh for Food’s sake podcast, winner of the Best Health and Wellbeing Podcast 2022. In this podcast, we unwrap the struggles and joys of working in the food industry with candid conversation and hints and tips which help our listeners feel less alone.
Lucy is a multi-disciplined product developer with 17 years food industry experience. Having worked across manufacturing and retail for large industry leaders including Bakkavor and Marks & Spencer. Also with branded start up experience launching a first to market chilled, plant based dessert business, Pudology, in 2012. Specialising now on helping NPD teams & businesses across the industry with product launches, food safety, science-led first to market innovations and all concept to launch practices.
Amy is a coach supporting women and teams in the Food & Grocery Industry to speak up, influence better and get the recognition they deserve in their careers. Her career in large corporate Food Manufacturers spans over 22 years and across multiple functions with a particular focus in New Product Development, Commercial and Marketing. Amy brings her own personal experience of resilience, having suffered burnout in a senior management role and then recovering to rebuild a successful career in Food with new found boundaries and a much stronger voice.
Both Amy and Lucy are mums to young children, so know first hand what the juggle is like for many working parents in the Food industry.