Do you get nervous when you have to go to a job meeting or interview? Do you dread entering a room full of strangers or when you have to say something in public?
You’re not alone. In fact, 56% of people in an American survey admitted they were afraid of speaking in public. And a UK survey found women feared public speaking more than dying!
That doesn’t have to be you.
Showing up in public confidently makes all the difference when going for a job, attending a meeting, presenting in public or communicating ideas.
In this one-day workshop, you'll learn four simple mindsets that can help transform your life in 2018. The live workshop will be offered throughout the year in Manukau, Mangere, Hamilton and Taumarunui. Workshops will be held in other areas depending on demand.
Iulia is of Māori (Ngāti Hāua, Ngāti Hekeāwai) and Samoan descent and has been a director of Brown Pages since 2001. She is a multi-award winning journalist, public relations consultant and entrepreneur. Iulia has worked extensively with Māori and Pasifika communities in New Zealand and throughout the Pacific region for three decades. She also worked for her iwi as secretary of the Ngāti Hāua Iwi Trust in Taumarunui (2004-2016).
Iulia was a founding member of TVNZ's Māori Department where she worked as a journalist on Pacific show ‘Tagata Pasifika’ (1987-1997). She later ran her own PR company (2001-2012) serving a range of clients including TVNZ, Pacific Business Trust, Māori Television, Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police, FSANZ, Ministry of Health, Auckland Council etc. Iulia returned to journalism with Māori Television’s award-winning current affairs show ‘Native Affairs’ (2009-2017). More recently, Iulia completed a term as Head of News and Digital Content at Pacific Radio News.