Events for Women

There are 1000’s of different events that you can attend to broaden your network and learn new skills. We encourage all our members and visitors to attend at least one networking event per month.  We have included the events below that we recommend from a multitude of different women’s networks and organisations across the UK. Go network and enjoy!

The Power of Your Story @ The Hackney Pirates
Jan 31 @ 10:00 – Apr 14 @ 16:00
The Power of Your Story @ The Hackney Pirates | England | United Kingdom


The world needs YOUR voice and YOUR story more than ever. Are you ready to take the next step to becoming a published author?

1 Book Journey Mentor, 5 Experts, 10 Aspiring Authors, 3 weeks. Do you have a powerful story to share with the world?

Do you want to get published but don’t know how?

Do you have a story inside waiting to get out?

This dynamic 3 week workshop takes you through your book journey from A-Z and help you to gain clarity and structure along the way!

* Discover your unique “Why” and message

*Create a clear vision for your book

*Uncover the secrets to self-publishing and tips to becoming a Bestseller

*Learn how to get your book in the press

*Experience the power of livestreaming!

*Set powerful intentions and goals for your book.

* Mix and brainstorm with like-minded individuals with powerful stories and messages to share

* Enroll in our FREE 90 Day Accountability Package to keep you committed throughout your book journey



31st March:


Know Your Why, Know Your Audience with Book Journey Mentor and Publisher, Daniella Blechner

Do you truly know why you are writing the book you are writing?

This morning’s session will help you connect to your “why” , create a clear message and vision and pinpoint your target audience.


To Edit or Not to Edit? That is the question. with Book Coach, Editor and Literary Agent, Wendy Yorke

Do you know when to stop editing and pass it over to a professional, or are you continually editing along the way?

This session will help you gain greater clarity into how your book should be structured and will leave you feeling on on top of the world as you walk away with your chapter outlines in hand.


7th April:


How to Get Your Book in the Press led by PR Specialist

Have you ever wondered how to create a great PR plan?

This session will get you crafting your very own elevator pitch and get you interview ready for your inevitable Media appearance.


How to Use Live streaming to Elevate Your Book led by UK’s No1 Female Live streamer and Founder of #BossitLive Tribe, Janine Cummings

Did you know viewers retain 95% of a message when they watch it in a video compared to 10% when reading it in text.?

This session will get you out of your comfort zone and practicing your pitch in this fun and practical workshop leaving you pumped and ready to hit that “go live” button.



14th April


How to Release Fears around Publishing your Book led by Transformational Coach and International Bestseller, Gosia Gorna

Do you fear surrounding sharing your story?

This session will help you to identify your fears or doubts around shining your light and assist you in learning practical tools to transform your fear into brilliance.


How to Set Goals for Your Book Journey led by The L.O.V.E (Leadership, Organisation, Vision, Empowerment) Business Consultant Dean Williams

This session will inspire you to take action once the course is over. Through assessing your vision, you will be given the tools and resources to manage your time and set clear objectives and goals for your book journey so that you can walk way confident in taking the next steps to becoming a published author.

All attendees will be enrolled onto a 90 Day Accountability Course where they will continue to be supported by both Daniella and the group who will guide them along the way.

Here at Conscious Dreams Publishing, we believe that everyone has a unique journey, a story and message to share with the world. No one can ever quite live your life the way you have, no one can ever quite experience your journey the way you have and no one can ever tell your story the way you can. Your story could be the very one to connect with the very person who needs to hear your words the most.

So many potential authors fail to publish due to lack of knowledge or fear. We are passionate about empowering authors and assisting with not only the tools and resources to publish high-quality books, but we assist them in creating their own bespoke book strategy.

So many authors publish a book with no idea as to how to market or publish their book. These workshops will show you how to create a plan and strategy so that you are armed with the confidence to publish and promote post final draft!

Did you know according to The Huffington post, 84% of people want to publish a book? Out of that 84% only 5% go onto fulfill their dream. That’s 79% of stories lost, untold and unborn. 79% of voices silenced. Don’t let this be you.

This three week workshop will be hosted by Daniella Blechner, Bestselling Author of Mr. Wrong (beating Steve Harvey’s Think Like Man Act Like a Lady) Book Journey Mentor and Founder of Conscious Dreams Publishing. Daniella is also a Lift Effects Award Star Winner and was recently shortlisted for The Entrepreneur of Excellence Award by National Diversity. She is also a former English Teacher who is passionate about empowering authors with the knowledge, tools and resources needed to publish their own book and create a successful book strategy. Publishing a book is easy, creating one of significance and value is something else entirely.

Join this workshop today and let’s get your journey started!


Terms & Conditions

No refunds on tickets once booked however they are transferable.

We value our customers and so offer a 100% money back guarantee if the course does not meet the customer’s needs. (Never happened!) Once booked there is a no cancellation policy.

Votes for Women | Museum of London @ Museum of London
Feb 2 2018 – Jan 6 2019 all-day

This display forms part of the national commemorations marking the centenary of the 1918 Act that gave some women the right to vote for the first time.

Dedicated to those who campaigned tirelessly for over 50 years to achieve votes for women, the exhibition features iconic objects from the Museum’s vast Suffragette collection, including Emmeline Pankhurst’s hunger strike medal.

At the heart of the display is a powerful, newly commissioned film that highlights the personal story of lesser known Suffragettes and reflects on the contemporary relevance of the militant campaign that continues to inspire, shock and divide opinion.


Executive Secretary LIVE | Learn, network & thrive in your administrative career @ Royal Lancaster Hotel
Mar 16 – Mar 17 all-day

Executive Secretary LIVE will be returning to London for its sixth consecutive year.

This is a one-off opportunity, and the lowest price to obtain tickets – act fast, once they are gone, they are gone!

Executive Secretary LIVE is a two-day training conference specially designed for Executive Assistants, Personal Assistants, Office Managers and all senior administrative roles.

“A truly impressive line-up of speakers, both in terms of content and delivery.”

We will change working life as you know it through two days of:

  • Intensive, practical workshops
  • Best Practice Skills & Advice from Trainers who support world leaders
  • Leadership & Development Training
  • Opportunities to build your network with business contacts and top suppliers
  • Training certificate upon completion

“A well-balanced programme between the practical, the life experience and the inspirational.”

Training you will attend over the two days:

  • Two half day Masterclasses
  • A keynote presentation
  • Case studies
  • Practical presentations
  • New suppliers
  • A Delegate Workbook Pack

“I have a renewed passion for my job.”

In addition to the above benefits, there will be many networking opportunities including a Welcome Reception and a Gala Dinner. These will offer the opportunity to meet other senior administrative professionals. They will provide access to a wealth of shared knowledge and an opportunity to understand how others tackle common challenges. It will also likely lead to future contact that will provide ongoing benefits.


Suffragettes | Women on the March @ Outside the National Gallery
Mar 18 @ 10:30 – 12:00

Women on the March are winding back the clock to the turn of the twentieth century. Join them on a march through central London and help campaign for the right for women to vote.

Along the way you’ll meet some of the characters who played a part in this struggle and some of the characters who tried to stop them. They’ll let you know the lengths they are willing to go to to achieve their aims and they’ll take you to the places that are so important in the fight.

This is a theatrical tour devised by three Blue Badge guides with a background in the theatre and an obvious interest in women’s history. It’s not an ordinary tour but don’t worry… no bras will be burnt and there’ll be no awkward audience participation!


19/03/2018 – Know Your Worth – Panel Discussion and Women-led Brand Showcase @ The Bloomsbury
Mar 19 @ 18:30 – 20:30

Know Your Worth – Panel Discussion and Brand Showcase

Please join The Women’s Chapter for an exclusive evening to celebrate International Women’s Day, with an inspirational panel discussion and showcase of women-led brands.

Our accomplished speakers will share their insights and own business journeys around the theme of ‘Know Your Worth’, as well as practical tips around gender pay gap, female leadership, confidence and knowing your value.

Our panelists include:

Emma Sinclair MBE, A serial entrepreneur and Co-Founder of global software company EnterpriseAlumni. Emma is the youngest person to have floated a company on the London Stock Exchange, at 29. In 2014, she was appointed UNICEFs first business mentor and has just completed UNICEFs first crowdfund to roll out Innovation Labs in refugee camps in her capacity as a UNICEF advisor.

Ann Francke, CEO of Chartered Management Institute (CMI), Winner of the Louis Armstrong Award for outstanding leadership of a UK professional body 2016 and Author of: Financial Times Guide to Management: How to Make a Difference and Get Results

Hannah Ford, partner at Stevens & Bolton, specialising in employment law, including equality and diversity issues and Gender Pay Gap Reporting.

The lively panel discussion will be facilitated by Telegraph Women Editor Claire Cohen.

The event will also feature a showcase of select female-led brands, which will provide a fantastic opportunity to meet the respective founders as well as experience the innovation and creativity of these brands first hand.

The fabulous brands include:

Belinda Robertson CashmereDistinctively MeLucy AnabellaBozena JankowskaNui AmiEmmy London and By Sarah London.

Canapes and Thomson & Scott Skinny Prosecco will be served throughout the evening and gorgeous gifts will be supplied by Scentered.

Our event is in partnership with Stevens& Bolton LLP, a full-service Top 100 law firm, and in association with Telegraph Women and The Bloomsbury.

We will be featuring each of the phenomenal women who will be participating in our brand showcase through social media in the run up to the evening, so please follow us on InstagramTwitter and Facebook to find out more.

Places are limited. Refunds up to 30 days before event


Enter the promotional code: WeAreTheCity at checkout and get 20% off.


19/03/2018 – Analyse Your Skills to Bag the Opportunities and Rewards You Desire! (Online)
Mar 19 @ 19:00 – 21:00

If you’d like to open up new career opportunities, increase your financial rewards or discover more satisfying work but it hasn’t happened yet, then this meeting is for you.

Many factors influence your career opportunities, but a critical one is the skill set you’ve developed over the years. Another key factor is how well you’re able to persuade employers and decision makers that you have the skills they need.

Join us to get clearer on what it takes to analyse your skills, and to deepen your understanding of the skills package YOU have to offer, so that you’ll be brilliantly placed to go after the roles and opportunities you really want, and become an ‘irresistible hire’!

In this session you’ll hear about :-

• The difference between skills, attributes and traits, which will help you to differentiate yourself from the rest of the field and increase your chance of getting hired.

• A fool proof way to identify the skills that you have, so that you’re not underselling yourself and you get the rewards in full you deserve.

• The fundamental errors in skills analysis that midlife job seekers and career changers make that cause them to miss out on their dream professional roles, or even to have to ‘trade down’ to stay employed’.

• Proven tools and techniques that you as a professional can use to categorise your skills, which can help you move towards more fulfilling and meaningful roles.

• The skills analysis tips that will speed up your CV creation and application form process which will save you time and get you into a better role faster

• Fresh ideas about how to increase your income from your accumulated skill set.


About Careers Reinventors 40+

Career Reinventors 40+ helps midlife professionals to reinvigorate or reinvent their careers to find more meaningful satisfying and rewarding work.

Midlife professionals face external pressures from globalisation, organisation restructuring and increasing automation and artificial intelligence, this can leave professionals feeling overworked, unappreciated and insecure. In addition, just as psychologist Carl Jung identified; by the age of forty, many people question what they want from their lives and what they want from their careers. Everyone’s heard of the so-called ‘midlife crisis’. Jung attributed it to a ‘search for meaning’ and also a need to live a more ‘authentic’ life. This can lead to people wanting to develop and use talents that they may have previously neglected, and perhaps pursue a new career path.”

Midlife professionals need to discover personal strategies, and develop individual career reinvention plans – and that’s what Career Reinventors 40+ supports them to do.”

About Trudy Lloyd BA(hons), MBA, MCIM

Trudy Lloyd is an award-winning professionally qualified career coach, business coach and facilitator.

With over 25 years’ experience in large and small organisations, consultancies and having started her own businesses, Trudy understands the world of work and the challenges it throws up for professionals. She helps people to stand back from the chaos of their busy working lives, and to uncover what they really want, how work fits into their world, and how they can succeed in all areas of their lives.


20/3/2018 – She Almighty: Women’s Coaching & Empowerment @ The Long Acre
Mar 20 @ 18:30 – 21:00
20/3/2018 - She Almighty: Women's Coaching & Empowerment @ The Long Acre | England | United Kingdom


Do you aspire to be the best version of you? Do you have big dreams and goals? Do you want to create success on your own terms? Do you want to have high impact? Do you desire to live a life you absolutely love? Do you want to be part of a tribe of empowered and inspirational like-minded women? If so, this is for you!

She Almighty: Women’s Coaching & Empowerment is a monthly meet up group for women that are committed to all of the above-mentioned things, to their personal development and progress, to making their dreams become a reality and supporting other women to do the same.

‘Self-empowerment’ and ‘women empowering women’ are at the heart of She Almighty and amazing things happen when we come together.

So join us on the 20th and come see for yourself!

We look forward to meeting you there 🙂