At the Table: A Networking & Career Group for Women
Changing Habits: Stop Procrastinating and Move into Action
Hosted by Agi Heale & Liz Coward
Want to get past procrastination to create constructive habits that you actually stick to? Wish to change something that is not working for you such as working all hours or getting distracted easily?
Come join AAS at our next At the Table event hosted by Executive Coach Agi Heale and share in a conversation with other professional women. Talk about habits and how you can stop procrastinating to positively impact your professional and personal life. Look at creating new habits and, most importantly, move into action so that you can achieve your goals.
Grab a glass of wine and your favorite after-work nibbles and join us for an evening of connection and inspiring discussion.
'At the Table' is a networking and career group for women, featuring an ongoing series of regular events to exchange views and ideas in an open and welcoming environment. Each get-together highlights a professional topic for discussion, and our guest speakers share their insights from their area of expertise to ensure that the session adds value and that there are meaningful takeaways.
Whether you are currently working or on the job hunt, this is a great way to expand your network and meet other professional women.
The Zoom link will be provided via email on the day prior to the event.
CRCE Member: $10
Non-CRCE Member: $15
**CRCE members must log in to receive CRCE member price**
Questions? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet the Speaker:
Prior to becoming a full-time coach, Agi worked successfully in Financial Services recruitment for six years as a Director managing three teams. As a result, she is well-versed dealing with senior leadership, a fast-paced environment and demanding targets. Since Financial Services recruitment, Agi trained as a professional coach and subsequently built her coaching practice in London, and now in Singapore, working with both organizations and individuals. Agi’s services include Executive Coaching, 360 Assessments and Leadership Development Programs.
Agi was born in the US, grew up in Hong Kong, studied in the UK and now lives in Singapore with her family. As a result, she works with clients cross-culturally, and is confident coaching people from all walks of life. Agi has written her first book, Generation Panic, filled with tools and techniques for anxious professionals to get back on track, which is being published in May 2021.
Agi is a certified professional coach (CPCC, PCC & Certified NLP Practitioner) and works with high potentials and leaders to operate consistently at their best; achieving their goals, working productively and reaching top performance. She does this by focusing on building a confident, positive and resilient mindset that works even in the most challenging of times. She uses a blend of coaching, leadership development, NLP and Neuroscience techniques to find the best solutions for clients
Meet the Moderator:
CRCE Ambassador and Moderator of 'At the Table'
Liz is an author, screenwriter and non-practising solicitor.
She qualified as a Solicitor in 1994 and, after a successful career in law, left the legal profession, graduating with an MA in Screenwriting from the University of the Arts in 2008.
Liz’s credits include, Blood and Bandages – fighting for life in the RAMC field ambulance 1940-46 (Sabrestorm Publishing 2016), ‘What makes us Human?’ (BBC Radio Two 2013), Shakespeare’s Sister (Adur Arts Live 2009), numerous articles and blogs. Liz is currently working on a TV series with Triality Productions.
In 2017, Liz moved to Singapore with her family.
Liz’s memberships include The Society of Authors, the Writers’ Guild of Great Britain, Society of Women’s Writers and Journalists and Screenwriter’s Association of Singapore
You can find out more about Liz at lizcoward.com
CRCE Cancellation & Refund Policy:
The American Association of Singapore (AAS) reserves the right to cancel events/workshops. In the event of cancellation by AAS, registrants can opt to attend another workshop or receive a full refund.
If registrant is unable to attend and wishes to cancel registration, he/she must contact AAS (email@example.com) at least 24 hours prior to the workshop start time, and he/she will be issued a credit that can be applied to any same priced CRCE workshop within the following 90 days. In the event of a no-show or day of workshop cancellation, no credit will be issued.