Have you ever wondered if you could learn to translate more words than you currently do each day or if there are things you could learn to become more productive? Have you stopped to think how focusing on your wellbeing could also improve your productivity?
This event is aimed at translators interested in enhancing both their productivity and their wellbeing.
9:30am Registration and coffee/tea
10:00am Welcome and introductions by Liz Guyatt ACIL, Translating Division Chair
10:15am Session 1: Productivity: Translate More, More Easily followed by Q&A presented by Konstantin Kisin
11:30am Session 2: The importance of being chartered and the value of CPD presented by Jane Galbraith, Head of Membership
2:00pm Session 3: Wellbeing: Physical Intelligence for Translators followed by Q&A presented by Claire Dale
4:00pm Session 4: Getting the most out of your membership and the new CIOL mentoring platform presented by Jane Galbraith
Konstantin Kisin is a highly successful legal, financial and video games translator. A regular speaker on the business side of translation, Konstantin has extensive training in the psychology of communication and human behaviour, which he has shared with hundreds of translators through his popular webinars, online talks and conference presentations. Known in the industry for his original thinking, humour and passion, he is engaging, entertaining and informative in equal measure.
Claire Dale is a Movement Specialist, the leading exponent of Physical Intelligence, and author of a new book on this subject to be published in September 2018 by Simon & Schuster. At Companies in Motion she has a team of coaches, working with people from board level down to newly hired employees to help them achieve peak performance in challenging work environments.
In addition to being founding director of Companies in Motion, Claire is part of the elite team at RADA in Business, coaching the body and voice for powerful communication. Her highly charismatic facilitation and guest speaker skills have engaged individuals and training audiences at National Express, Sony, Bank of New York Mellon, SAGE, Coca Cola, J.P.Morgan, Euroclear, Vygon and Hogg Robinson Group.
With a background in Contemporary dance, Claire led her own dance company to European critical acclaim during the 1990s representing Great Britain in a number of high profile Contemporary dance seasons. She has also created works for Sir Paul McCartney, Alsop Architects, CandoCo and L'Oreal, and has a BA (Hons) degree from Trinity Laban, London.
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