The Business & IP Centre at Exeter and Barnstaple Libraries host a range of events and workshops to suit start-ups, entrepreneurs or businesses looking to learn new skills or research their industry.
Webinars run weekly on a variety of subjects and are a great way to get an overview of a new topic, or a refresher which can help you to look at your business plan in a new light. Whether you’re just starting out or an established business looking to grow, our webinars are useful, inspiring and informative.
One-to-ones are useful for enquiring about how you can access business information and support, to discuss a problem or question you have in a specific area of your business, or to find out more about Intellectual Property. Find out more information on our 1-to-1s page.
PLEASE NOTE: This session is part of BIPC Devon’s Women in Business course, session are open to Devon-Based business women.
About Your Host
Jayne is a Mindset and Wellbeing Coach who works with a variety of clients from all backgrounds. After qualifying as a psychodynamic counsellor in 1996, she went on to spend 16 years as part of a busy nursing team. Ten years ago, she trained as a coach with the Institute of Leadership & Management, and with her husband, went on to found the company, Transformational Leadership Coaching TLC.
In her work, Jayne has a passion to help individual clients, and those working within businesses, to discover their full creative potential. She specialises in the areas of understanding, managing, and regulating emotions, as well as helping people to develop greater self-compassion.
Previously working for Victim Support, she draws on her wealth of experience in the wellbeing sector, to help and support her mainly women clients to overcome fear, anxiety and limiting beliefs, so they can live a more harmonious life.
Jayne’s interest in health and wellness inspired her to launch the coaching company, Be Well & Thrive UK, last year, where the team deliver 1-2-1 coaching, workshops and online presentations to a wide audience. Together with her husband and business partner, their purpose is to teach and coach people-managers, leaders, entrepreneurs and young adults many of the invaluable life-skills needed for today’s complex world.
If we don’t start to love and treat ourselves in a kinder way, then how can we ever expect to develop a deeper, more respectful connection with others. A busy life serving other people’s wants and needs, can so often leave us depleted of energy. It’s not easy juggling the countless demands of running a business, home and family whilst we’re running on an empty tank. So, what needs to radically change to avoid collapsing from exhaustion? What are you tolerating, and what is keeping you up at night?
Self-care and self-compassion starts with the practice of being gentler to yourself. You can’t pour from an empty cup, so what needs to shift to guarantee you can thrive and not just survive? It begins with learning to accept you can’t be all things to everyone all the time. It’s understanding that ‘good selfish’ starts with recognising that you also have needs.
In this hour session, I will be sharing self-compassion practices to support both you, your work and family life. I’ll demonstrate practical ways of how you can break old maladaptive patterns of behaviour that may have been holding you back or tripping you up. Throughout the online live, I will share many of the hidden benefits that inevitably come from developing a daily practice of self-compassion. When we fill our own cup first, only then are we able to give unconditionally to others we love or care about.
Use the booking link below to book your place at this event.