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Your year of career courage?
Women Up! Your 2-day personal and career development course – Book now
Thanks to funding from The Education and Training Foundation we are offering our new “Women Up” course to help you build on what you achieved last year and develop leadership presence and the boldness and courage to be your authentic self as a leader.
Join us in London on Friday 7 February 2020 (day 1) and Tuesday 17 March 2020 (day 2)
Aimed at women on the career ladder to senior and executive leadership, this is a practical course in which you will find solutions and strategies that can help you get to where you want to be. It’s a rare and precious opportunity to have time out to think about yourself, your aspirations, your ambitions for progressing your career, and how you can become the kind of leader you want to be.
Working in a safe space, this interactive workshop will provide you with the opportunity to recognise and own your uniqueness, to rehearse and practice a personal narrative about who you are and what you offer, and to be able to hold powerful conversations about your personal and professional ambitions and aspirations.
From senior women role models who will share their personal journeys to success and leadership to becoming part of a network of support, you’ll learn how to deal with self-doubt, develop strategies for wellbeing, and find out about other professional development opportunities you can pursue.
If you manage a colleague or have a friend who is an aspiring woman leader who might like this course download the flyer and pass it on
In her latest blog, Kathryn James reflects on what women bring to leadership
and “whether now that 52% of senior leaders across the sector are women, this shoudl be the time to shape leadership in the sector to be the kind of leaders we want to be and to lead the kind of change we want to see. Could that leadership style be borne from empathy with women leaders’ struggle, determination and generosity?…” Read more