About this Webinar
There can be a lot of challenges involved in working for yourself. Whether you’re on your own or freelancing in a larger organisation, it can be easy to forget to add your own wellbeing to the list of things you need to attend to. And if you’re hiring freelancers to work with you, they might well not have access to the same culture and support structures that your employees do.
This panel, attended by participants from HOST’s FreelanceHER 100 programme, which supported 100 female freelancers to launch and grow their businesses, will discuss the specific challenges facing freelancers and the practical tips available to support your mental health and wellbeing. Join Naomi Timperley, Project Director for FreelanceHER 100, and freelancers Emily Dawes (Qualified Personal Trainer, Therapist & Mindfulness Coach) , Alice Lyons (Dark Coffee Founder and Director), Julia Jebbett (Magpies Mindful Magic Founder) and Carla Zuill (SheHUB.Tv Editor) for a fascinating discussion on what has worked, what hasn’t and what support is available for freelancers and entrepreneurs.
This session is part of Wellbeing LIVE at MediaCityUK, a week of inspirational panels, webinars and practical workshops to support the mental health and wellbeing of our creative, media, digital and tech community.
Please click HERE to go back to the full schedule as well as information on where you can find more resources and support.
Wellbeing LIVE is a partnership with MediaCityUK-based skills and technology hub, HOST and also supported by many organisations across MediaCityUK and Salford including BUPA, BBC, Salford City Council and mental health peer support charity, Talk About It Mate . The week of events is also kindly sponsored by Irwin Mitchell .
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