Our workshops are open to women and gender-diverse individuals only

Informed Opinions is a charitable organization committed to amplifying underrepresented voices. All workshop revenues are invested in future training, research and resources.

We also offer customized workshops for organizations. If you’re interested in offering professional development workshops for your staff, check out the list of workshops we offer. 

Webinar: Disrupting Imposter Syndrome with Bibigi Haile 

Date: February 9, 2022
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm EST 

Imposter syndrome has been described as an “internal experience of intellectual phoniness… in individuals who are highly successful but unable to internalize their success”. The phenomenon is extremely widespread and women seem to experience it more intensely than men.

Bibigi Haile approaches the topic with a clear bias toward understanding, action and self-compassion, inviting people not to fight imposter syndrome, but to question and reframe it.

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Masterclass: Presentation Skills to Enhance your Impact with Shari Graydon 

Date: Every Friday, from February 11 to April 1, 2022
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm EST 

This master class identifies and unpacks the particular skills that convey presence, offering participants concrete tools and recommended strategies to help them connect with audiences in ways that deepen relationships and deliver lasting impressions. 

The eight-week format is designed to give participants the opportunity to adapt and apply tried and true tools and strategies to their own communication contexts. The master class includes video-recording and customized feedback to cement learning, and the group size is limited to optimize individual feedback.
Receive up to 37% off if you’re an employee of an NGO with 10 or fewer employees, self-employed or a student.

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