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Find Your Voice: Assertiveness in the Classroom

Join a Virtual Training Workshop on Tuesday 13 July 2021, 12:00-13:30 CET  with Rachel Sklan

We all struggle to be heard, some of us more than others.

Rather than just accepting this trait as a part of ourselves, how can we build a more secure, transparent and articulate version of ourselves?

Through looking at work and the triggers that stop us from saying “NO” or expressing our views, this session will begin to equip you with both the reflection and the strategies to get heard at work.

This interactive session will:

  • Explore challenges around getting our voices heard
  • Look at strategies to help us find our voice
  • Practice skills and scenarios and help us be ready to step up and be recognised

To help you get as much from this interactive workshop as possible, participants are requested to join from a computer rather than a mobile device and to turn on camera mode.

Spaces are limited and priority will be given to Jewish community professionals living and working in Europe/UK.

NB: the workshop will take place at 12:00-13:30 CET (11:00-12:30 UK, 13:00-14:30 Baltics and Bulgaria).

To register for free, click here. The registration form includes a few short questions to help focus the training for those participating.

We will aim to confirm your registration within 3 working days. Once allocated a place you will be sent a Zoom link for the sessions. We encourage you to add this to your calendar. If the session is full, we will add you to a waiting list.

Please be in touch with us at with any questions.

Rachel Sklan

Rachel Sklan has spent a large part of the last 20 years focused on working with young people, leadership development and community work. Her work has spanned three continents, the USA, Israel and the UK.

Rachel has trained hundreds of people in the following areas: mentoring, leadership, communication, feedback and community organising, and is passionate about the training experience and developing individuals.

Training includes a BA in youth and community work, NLP trainer, coaching, and currently undergoing group analytic psychotherapy training. She is a founding member of the Havurah community, an experimental Masorti community looking at how to express authentic Judaism in new ways.