Shine is a workshop for women designed to maximise individual potential and deliver personal impact. Over the course of two days, participants are challenged and coached to build a bigger vision and plan that gives renewed energy and focus to their professional and personal lives.
We are now taking bookings for Shine workshops in 2015!
Shine takes a view that for women to be truly inspired, motivated and successful, it’s essential to consider the whole person, not just parts that are required at work. For women to truly thrive, work and home have to live in harmony.
Shine is the biggest investment you can make in yourself. It’s the most amazing, intense, extraordinary, stretching, vibrant, enriching experience. At the end you will feel renewed and more confident.
Natasha Kaplinsky (Newsreader)
Last week Lyme was graced by another impressive group of women from diverse backgrounds – banking, HR, teaching, travel, agencies, marketing and beyond. They all came ready to throw themselves in, ready to learn from each other and ready to grow. And … Continued
“OMG” – is what we thought when we realised at our opening lunch on Wednesday that we had women from 24 to 64 on the course. 40 years to gap and it became clear very quickly that this was a … Continued
Shine made it into Net-a-Porter’s very successful “PORTER” Magazine for Fall 14. Here’s a few interesting snippets we thought were good to share: “A new breed of 21st-century life coaches promises to tease out deep seated issues and emotions that could … Continued
Last week we hosted our summer Shine workshop which was hard to beat if you love being in the great outdoors. With 25 degrees and constant sunshine, we took advantage of the sea views and encouraged participants out into the garden to think big … Continued
View from our training room! http://t.co/2apdNnIY5r
30 inspiring ladies from UBS - really enjoyed working with them, 2 days of growth, insight and fun - feedback 4.5 out of 5. Amazing venue!
To all working Mums out there who go on biz trips: isn't it a treat to leave parentmail & nits at home? I do miss them but I do feel free...
Female power couples - who knows good examples of 2 women working well together, complementing each other, being successful & having fun?