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Triangirls: Overcoming Fear of Feedback 👻 Upcoming Events 🎟 New Jobs 💰

Over the years we’ve been incredibly proud to work with such brilliant people from Idean, Monzo, Trainline, Deliveroo, Farfetch to name a few. We are once again are looking for companies to collaborate or partner with us in 2021. We are looking for diverse, inclusive and forward thinking companies to support us in our mission of making tech a fairer place to work, and to encourage womxn to achieve their potential.
How we host events has understandably changed. We are happy to test out new approaches with you and guide you on best practices if online events are something you’re yet to delve into.
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🗓Upcoming Events
🎃 Online Event: Overcoming Fear of Feedback
The spooky season is upon us! We love to run an events that are themed and we’d like to continue on this path to help us all face our fears.
Overcoming fear of Public speaking in 2019
Overcoming fear of Public speaking in 2019
This year, we’re tackling that one thing we’re all afraid of… feedback! During this event, Cecile Eschenauer and Laxmi Kerai will share how we can not be so scared of giving and receiving feedback.
Cecile - You’ve received negative feedback. Now what?
Cecile is a Life & Career Coach who supports women that find themselves stuck at a crossroad in their lives and need help to move forward.
Having spent 15 years working in the digital industry, she has received loads of feedback and has experienced first hand how it can contribute to the creation of limiting beliefs and fears. Her talk will teach us strategies in how not to fall into that trap.
Laxmi - Delivering feedback in a remote world
Laxmi is an Agile Delivery Manager at Projects by IF. Having worked in the digital industry for over 12 years, she has delivered lots of feedback and it’s not always landed so well. Not many people talk about this. Add in the complication of being remote, and feedback delivery feels even scarier. Her talk will uncover the house of horrors in delivering feedback and introduce some strategies to help support the feedback giver.
We try to make our events feel like our in-person ones as much as possible, so we’d love you to keep your cameras on if you can. And as it’s Halloween, fancy dress is highly encouraged!
🏳️‍🌈 Ada Lovelace Day
To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day, our very own Rachael Grocott has been asked to join an amazing panel with representatives from Out In Tech and Department for Education facilitated by Bamboo Crowd. They will be running an open dialog on Gender and LGBTQ+ in the workplace .
🙌 What's been happening
🎤 Don’t be Shy - A workshop with Ali Levin
In September we worked with Pollen to bring a very special event to our community. We know that self-promotion can make you cringe, especially in the workplace or when interviewing, so Pollen connected us with Coach Ali Levin to share her skills and knowledge through a virtual workshop. This workshop focused on identifying your strengths and not being too shy to self promote.
The event gave everyone a much-needed boost of confidence thanks to Ali’s coaching tactics. There was an excitable and optimistic post-event buzz. Thank you for helping us to feel empowered to speak loud and proud about our strengths and skills!
🤓 Jobs
Looking to bag a new role by the end of the year? Then check out the latest jobs that are on our radar! If the role isn’t right for you to feel free to pass it on to someone else - after all sharing is caring!
Our friends at Monzo have two great roles available, both for Senior Product Designers. You can find out more about each role here:
Do you have a passion for plants and nature? Well, Bristol-based company @CandideTech is hiring both a product designer and full stack engineer! You can find out more about Candide here.
🙌 Success stories
We love hearing when our community members have been inspired by our events and helped them open doors to further opportunities. Reply to this email if you have something to share with us, we’d love to hear about it!
💖 Be wonderful to one another
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Triangirls is a community for women and non-binary people who work in Tech. The community and events are run voluntarily by Rachael Grocott, Liz Hamburger, Katrina Dargel & Liv Denyer

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