Stepping into the Spotlight: The Confidence Appeal

A session with Lydia Amoah, an award-winning business coach and one of Britain’s leading authorities on inclusion, diversity and equity

Now in its fourth year, The IPA Stepping into the Spotlight series offers mid to senior level adlanders an array of tools and strategies to help turbo boost your skills and confidence, and in turn transform your belief in yourself and motivate you to take your career to the next level.

What has been holding you back?  

Everyone has different ways of expressing who they are, some people are introverts whilst others are extroverts, either way there is something within that holds you back from getting the success you deserve in life. Lydia will help you to identify the root cause, so that you can understand the reason why there is a lack of confidence in certain areas of your life. Once you do this, you will be able to overcome anything.

You’ll leave the Confidence Appeal session with:

  • Tools and techniques on how to exude confidence
  • The ability to recognise your unique blueprint
  • And how to use body language to project your message

About Lydia Amoah

Lydia Amoah FRSA is recognised as Britain’s leading authority on inclusion, diversity and equity. An award-winning Business Coach, TV presenter and Campaigner who has helped over fifty thousand people transform their lives and improved many businesses.

Lydia is the architect of the Creative Industries Multicultural Leadership Programme, Accelerate, aimed at up skilling the next generation of CEO’s in partnership with Creative Equals. Her clients have included the Ofcom, P&G, BBC, NFL, Financial Times, the Daily Telegraph, Channel 4, Bank of Ireland, EY and the NHS. She is well known on the speaking circuit as a keynote speaker and frequently appears in other media.

Lydia is also a researcher. She pioneered and authored The Black Pound Report, which explores the spending power of the Black, Asian and MultiEthnic consumers and how these communities are underrepresented in our current advertising landscape.

Lydia has also created the STOPIT Protocol, a new policy to protect employees from online racism and hate crimes. Lydia is also a Patron for Show Racism the Red Card and the UN associated TOGETHERBAND

Last updated 09 September 2021