Speaker Profile: Joy Marsden
Change your thinking, Change your world.
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Inspirational and fun loving speaker, workshop leader & coach with over 20 years business experience.
Joy is passionate about raising aspirations and self confidence in young people; running workshops and speaking in schools and FE Colleges to inspire our future generation. Joy runs a one day masterclass covering confidence, collaborative working, attitude, motivation, handling stress and achieving goals. Her open style encourages students to practically get involved.
Joy also speaks on how to deal with change and setbacks to move on to achieving personal goals. Her key message: 'Start with what you have and add focus, drive and passion to take positive steps towards your dream'. Favourite word: 'Kerching!'
"Thank-you very much for the talk you gave last week. It really does seem to have a massive impact upon our students. I got an e-mail from one parent asking what I had done to her daughter, as she now wants to be something! Thanks again - I am sure we will book you again" Chris Graham, Head of Middle School, Royal Hospital School
"Thank you for sharing your diverse educational and career journey. Your style of delivery was inspirational and attention grabbing, your warmth and humour gave integrity to all that you spoke of. Your whole attitude celebrates the 'can do, will do' ethos of enterprise" Samantha White, Enterprise and Employability Manager, Leicester Education Business Centre
“Despite the setting the students were engaged and hanging off your every word – as was I. Your talk was funny, engaging and motivating, and really helped get the students in the right frame of mind for the rest of the day. Many of the students commented on how much they enjoyed it on their evaluation form”. Jennie Grove, Employer Engagement Officer, Northamptonshire Education and Work Service
“The day was really beneficial addressing relevant and pertinent issues. Excellent, interactive information, delivered in bite sized chunks” Leo Latter, Head of year 9, Queen Elizabeth School for Girls