We are all in charge of our own destiny, and our thoughts and actions are responsible for shaping who we are. Many people fail to take responsibility for their position in life and use excuses and lay blame on others for their lack of success. It is in all of us to be great, but it takes positive mindset and massive action to accomplish anything. With a relentless pursuit, and countless hours of coaching and guidance.
All humans are unique, but similar in nature. Every one of us has the ability or potential to achieve greatness, and this webinar will inspire you to step out of your comfort zone and go from ordinary to extraordinary. If you want it, think it, and act on it, then you will be on your way to personal success in
business and life.
What will the Webinar cover?
Way of thinking
Discover how to have a new mindset that will make you feel accomplished in every interaction.
We will show you an effective networking approach that will expand your reach and effectiveness.
An understanding of how to be recognized as a leader and influencer no matter your title/position.
Who is the Webinar for?
The Webinar is suitable for anyone who wants to have the knowledge and skill to succeed and eradicate those mental obstacles such as fear, worry, depression and failure.
The Taste 4 Success Skillnet represents a significant, innovative and strategic collaboration between a growing number of member companies across a number of specific food and beverage sub-sectors, such as production, processing, artisan and services.
The Taste 4 Success Skillnet started out with a small group of 16 companies in 1999 based in the north west of Ireland, and since then it has grown its membership to over four hundred active members across a national base.
The network offers training programmes and to give support, impetus and trainee numbers in order to run cost effective and localised training for its members. To become a member of the network (free membership) click here to find out more.
TrainedIn has been helping these very people during the COVID-19 Crisis by hosting webinars to connect them with potential clients.
In 2019, our founder, Sorcha Finucane, conceptualised the idea of TrainedIn. It’s mission? To make researching and booking training courses so much easier.
As TrainedIn was being built, Sorcha realised that she could use the technology to help with another subject she felt passionately about: enhancing sustainability for small businesses and freelancers.
TrainedIn launched in April 2020. Yes, right at the start of the Covid-19 lockdown. (The first one…!) Throughout the year, TrainedIn has been running free webinars to connect freelancers and small training businesses to potential clients. Our promise is always to match highly skilled professionals with the individuals and businesses looking for their services.
A highly sought-after leadership and negotiation strategist, Elizabeth Suárez, MBA, ADR, is committed to helping professionals and their organizations establish working environments where people are empowered to be skilled leaders and negotiators. After climbing the ranks of corporate America, she spent the last decade creating the impactful and interactive platform Negotiation Unleashed, a coaching, training, and facilitation resource for professionals. As a previous corporate executive turned negotiation influencer, she created this platform to guide leaders into thriving decision-makers and strategists. Recently she became a Founding Partner of Inclusion in Leadership, a global strategy consulting firm, helping leaders make sound business decisions concerning Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in their organizations.
Elizabeth holds an MBA from The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, and a BS in chemical engineering from Cornell University. She completed the Executive Management Program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She is a graduate of the Center for Creative Leadership, National Hispana Leadership Institute (NHLI) and Leadership Denver. She is a certified MBTI practitioner and mediator trained by the Colorado Council of Mediators and the Colorado Bar Association.
To pay it forward, Elizabeth has spent many years mentoring Latina professionals and serving on the boards of multiple non-profit organizations. In 2018, John W. Hickenlooper, Governor of the State of Colorado, appointed her to the Colorado’s Minority Business Advisory Council. She lives in the Denver metropolitan area with her family where she enjoys going on walks & hikes and dancing Bomba with a local Puerto Rican Cultural Dance Ensemble, Barrio é.