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WORKSHOPS & TALKS

INSPIRE THE WOMEN IN YOUR AUDIENCE

Hire Ishwariya to deliver an engaging workshop or talk

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Ishwariya Rajamohan FRSA is an inspiring and empowering speaker who creates a safe space for frank discussions on the topic of confidence: something that is not easy for women to reveal when working in male-dominated environments, owing to the immense pressure they face to ‘look the part’. Through her workshops and talks she encourages women to take up space, reminds them of the inherent value they bring to their work and offers practical advice on how they can build their confidence to take the next steps in their career: thus paving the way for gender equity and better representation of women in leadership in our workplaces.

Ishwariya currently delivers talks and workshops on the following topics:

  • Confidence for women in leadership

  • Presence vs. persona: what determines your influence as a leader

  • Confidence is impacting the retention of women in male-dominated industries

To book Ishwariya to deliver a workshop or talk at your organisation, please get in touch.

Ishwariya Rajamohan FRSA is a former architect and pastry chef, now an accredited coach and educator practising in London, working with clients across the globe. She trained as an architect in India before completing a Master's degree in Environmental Design in the UK in 2004. In 2012, she acquired a Diploma in Intermediate Pâtisserie from Le Cordon Bleu London and also runs Love Letters to Chefs, an educational platform helping Hospitality leaders and teams build sustainable careers in what is a highly demanding industry. In 2023, Ishwariya was appointed as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. 

RECENT AND UPCOMING SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

Ishwariya recently had the opportunity to share her message on:

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“Thank you so much for a great MWA session this past Wednesday. You touched upon so many of the subjects that our community members have shared concerns with us about; from having the courage to speak up for ourselves (and for one another), to remembering why we’re pursuing our chosen path in the first place.” - Anik Pearson, Mentorship for Women in Architecture

Discuss the design of a workshop or talk for your audience with Ishwariya.

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