Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled because of a low number of registrations. We are sorry to disappoint anyone who was hoping to attend. At Third Space Tokyo, we believe in the philosophy behind Women Talk Design and the Design Your Talk Topic. We will continue to support all people to craft stories of value for themselves and others. Thank you, Tomomi Sasaki, for your willingness to share the WTD process with us, and we hope to benefit from your expertise at another time in the future.
Women Talk Design (https://womentalkdesign.com) is on a mission to see diverse speakers on stage, and we want to help you design your talk topic.
Do you want to start speaking at conferences? Maybe public speaking terrifies you but you know it’s good for your career. But where do you start? You have a lot of ideas, but what are you actually qualified to speak about?
Join us for a workshop to learn how to get started. You'll get practice identifying:
- your personal ‘why’
- your audience
- what topics you can speak about
The workshop will be conducted in English and Japanese.
Date / Time: July 16, 2019 (Tuesday), 19:00 - 21:00
Location: Shibaura House, 5F
Maximum number of participants: 30
- People who are not used to being in the spotlight
- People who think of themselves as a minority in some way
- People who want to learn a design process for crafting a talk
Participation Fee: 500 yen (drinks included)
Registration (required): https://forms.gle/SQdFSn94M6V7pTNo9
Tomomi Sasaki is a Japanese designer based in Paris, France. She is a frequent speaker about the wild and wonderful challenges of applying design skills to complex challenges, with a focus on UX research, design sprints and workshop facilitation.
Say hi on Twitter @tomomiq.
Lisa Hosokawa is the co-founder of Third Space Tokyo (www.thirdspacetokyo.com), a social business that offers English co-creation services to mission-driven organizations and individuals based in Japan. She leverages years of language-related training and intercultural experiences to help clients to discover and communicate the essence of their work.