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How Stylist could help transform your career in a single afternoon

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This is how Stylist could transform your career in a single afternoon

Stylist Live is returning to London’s Kensington Olympia this November – and now you can upgrade your experience (and your career) with access to our re-purposed Thrive Studio.

From the 9-11 November, Stylist Live is taking over Olympia London for an unmissable three-day festival, featuring a mix of over 60 sessions and 100 speakers across our four stages.

Better still, though, is the fact that you can now upgrade your Stylist Live experience with access to our re-purposed Thrive Studio.

Priced at £30, this ticket lets you get your mitts on everything available at general admission level (think a complimentary drink, access to all open stage sessions and talks, access to the Stylist Catwalk), as well as entry to Thrive’s intimate, closed-off, exclusive space.

Once inside, you can join like-minded individuals for one of our 40-minute sessions – each of which has been designed in order to help you learn more, do more, and reflect more without interruption. And on Friday 9 November, there’s a very good chance that they will transform your career for the better, too, as they allow you to spend time with real experts and ask as many questions as you like.

Here’s what’s on offer:

Empathy, Instinct and Trust: Mary Portas’ masterclass in working like a woman

What is it?

Learn how to trust the more empathetic side of your personality to get a promotion, pay rise and just get noticed. Tired of hardening herself in front of the media and colleagues, renowned broadcaster, entrepreneur and retail consultant, Mary Portas is leading a campaign for change in the workplace. Join us as we unpick what her new book ‘Work Like A Woman’ and her manifesto could mean for the way we all work. Because the future is still female.

When is it? 

Friday, 14:30 – 15:10 

Brand New You: From public speaking to presentation

What is it?

Ever wondered who coaches some of the most influential CEO’s and powerful brands in the country, including our very own Ella Dolphin of Shortlist Media Ltd? Join this exclusive Thrive session to meet one of London’s most sort after life strategists, Russell Amerasekera, for a masterclass in public speaking and presentation.

Who is it?

Friday, 15:30 – 16:10

Ask Us Anything with Lisa Smosarski and Susan Riley: A Media Masterclass

What is it?

Fancy writing for magazines but don’t know where to start? Want to know how digital has changed the landscape of journalism? Or maybe you just really want to know our Editor-in-Chief Lisa Smosarski’s most embarrassing career moment… Here’s your chance to put your most burning questions to Lisa and Stylist Editor Susan Riley. Grab a ticket to this exclusive session for the bare all Q&A of the year from the creators of Stylist.

Who is it?

Friday, 16:30 – 17;10

This Talk Will Make You Richer…

What is it?

Become richer overnight in this session jam-packed with practical information in a bite-sized format. From tax returns and pensions to credit scores and investments, independent financial advisor (and member of MENSA), Lisa Conway-Hughes, will arm you with the knowledge to make small changes for big financial returns.

Who is it?

Friday, 18:00 – 18:40

These sessions have limited availability to ensure you have the opportunity to listen, ask questions, and feel totally engaged and relaxed. Buy your tickets here.

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Kayleigh Dray

Kayleigh Dray is editor of Stylist.co.uk, where she chases after rogue apostrophes and specialises in films, comic books, feminism and television. On a weekend, you can usually find her drinking copious amounts of tea and playing boardgames with her friends. 

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