Steve Beckles-Ebusua Exceeds to Succeed

Steve Beckles-Ebusua Exceeds to Succeed

Steve Beckles-Ebusua is an Author, Trainer, Coach, founder of a personal development business, and he’s an expert in helping teenagers, undergraduates and graduates to overcome self-defeating beliefs and habits that hold them back from reaching their full potential. He believes,You Must Exceed to Succeed. With over 20 years’ experience, ‘The Speaker with the Orange Tie’ is influencing our future generations, and is making a lasting impact! Truly inspiration, it is not surprising that Steve was…

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Ladies Love Business & Growth with NBWN

Ladies Love Business & Growth with NBWN

Love Business, Love Growth is the latest business conference brought to Birmingham by Sonia Brown MBE of the National Black Women’s Network. Sponsored by Natwest Bank, this event brought together a range of speakers and panellists sharing advice, providing invaluable information and tips for success for Women in Business. Guest Speakers included, Baroness Lorley Burt of Solihull, Lib Dem Spokesperson for Business, Enterprise, Innovation and Skills, and Andy Lee, Regional Enterprise Manager, NatWest Business Banking…

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Marcia M Spence – Success Maker

Marcia M Spence – Success Maker

‘I Am Wonder Woman’ is the latest program to come from the ‘Success Maker’, and NSR’s very own Woman Confidence Builder, Marcia M Spence.  Giving Women Permission to the Powerful, Marcia is keen to encourage you to ‘Step into your Awesomeness’, and seeks to create a safe space in which women can grow. Women of Power & Influence is just one of Marcia’s tools for making success, and having been able to convince her to…

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Selina Brown shares how to ‘Own Your Power!’

Selina Brown shares how to ‘Own Your Power!’

Own your Power is the latest series of workshops to come from Little Miss Creative, an organisation founded by Selina Brown whose aim is to ‘create the next generation of free thinking female leaders that will inform and shape the future’. Selina Brown began her bid for success early.  At the age of 16 she was a member of the Youth Parliament, and went on to achieve 3 degrees including a Masters in Media Enterprise. …

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