Training

Negotiation 101: when, why and how

Words by Ellie Gerszt, Partnerships Executive at NABS To most of us, standing on a 12th floor roof terrace overlooking the Thames with a glass of wine in hand sounds like a rather good Saturday night. The 100 or so women (with a few slightly conspicuous men in our midst) who joined the WACL Gathering... Continue Reading

NABS Fast Forward 2016 Week 5: Engagement with Verica Djurdjevic

Words by James Stevens, Strategy Director, WCRS and Team Christiansen Mentor Week five aka “two weeks ’til pitch day” (eek!) kicked off with yet another outstanding talk from PHD’s Verica Djurdjevic. Briefed to riff about ‘Engagement’, Verica instead spoke about how the role of media is all about driving connections. Why connection rather than engagement?... Continue Reading

NABS Fast Forward 2016 week 4: Alex Grieve on Ideas

Words by Dan Durling, Sales Director Yahoo, Inc. and Team Simmonds Mentor With some disbelief the mentors met last night in Mark’s pre-session briefing and realized we were already over halfway through the course.  Everyone looked a little nervous. If all the teams were following Jon Steel’s words of advice from week 1 we would already have... Continue Reading

NABS Fast Forward 2016 Week 3: Loz Horner on Insights, Strategy and Briefing

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NABS Fast Forward 2016 Week Two: Rachel Bristow, ‘Your Client’ and Richard Lane, ‘The Brief’

Words by James Appleby, MEC, Team Peacock Mentor With that ‘back to school’ feeling now firmly embedded in the delegates and mentors alike, the group convened on Mindshare on Wednesday evening to spectacular views in Mediterranean temperatures in order to hear from Rachel Bristow about how to get the most from your client relationships. In... Continue Reading

Top Tips from 2015’s WACL Future Leaders

The Future Leaders Award (FLA) is aimed at early and mid-career women who have high potential but may be in danger of not making the next step up to the senior level. FLA offers individually-designed training bursaries of up to 75% to a maximum contribution of £2,250 to women who can demonstrate high potential for... Continue Reading