Adversity and Resilience: Staying Positive During Challenging Times
  • 6:30 -8:30 PM BST
  • Natalia Cohen is back as a keynote speaker for a ChIPs event this autumn. This is a followup to her 2020 event where she screened Losing Sight of Shore – Everyone has a Pacific to cross and had a Q&A session with participants. She will be drawing on her experiences as one of the first all-female teams to row unsupported across the Pacific Ocean. During her session, Natalia will share her extraordinary story, dive into the strategies she developed to maintain a positive mindset and team spirit, as well as share what it takes to build personal effectiveness, performance and resiliency while navigating challenging times.
    Thursday, October 6, 2022 |  18:30 – 20:30 BST
    For virtual attendees, the event will be held from 19:00 until 20:00 
    LOCATION Powell Gilbert LLP, 85 Fleet Street, London, United Kingdom
    Beverages and Bites will be provided. Please RSVP to Jenn at
    NOTE | Registration is limited to 50 guests for the in-person event.
    LINK TO MOVIE Losing Sight of Shore
    • Learn positive mindset strategies
    • Cultivate team spirit
    • Build Personal Effectiveness
    • Strengthen performance
    • Develop resiliency while navigating challenging times
    With 20 years of experience of living and working in over 70 countries, Natalia Cohen has chosen to follow an unusual and fascinating path. Her broad range of professional experience within the travel industry includes adventure tour leading, operations management, teaching/training, volunteer, and project coordination, as well as working within the Super Yacht industry and Eco-lodge management, running a remote Safari lodge in Tanzania. She has always enjoyed rising to a challenge and has made an art of embracing and adapting to change. Drawing on these various experiences, Natalia possesses a deep understanding of team dynamics, leadership, the importance of a positive mindset and the ability to live in the moment. These experiences led her to become part of the first all-female team to row unsupported across the Pacific Ocean.