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Releasing Your Potential

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This workshop looks at ‘releasing’ potential rather than just ‘realising’ it – the focus will be on what you think your potential is, in or outside of work. Women aspire to and achieve many things and it is important that all dreams, efforts and successes are equally valued, whether they are professional or personal, paid or unpaid, visible or private, internal or external, domestic or social. This workshop will look at what might be holding you back – internal doubts or external forces – and how you can overcome those hurdles to do what you want to do, go where you want to go, be who you want to be.

The session is open to women of all grades across the University – Assistant, Academic Related, Research, Academic. It is a development event hosted by E&D in conjunction with HR and so you are able to attend within work time.

Jo Bostock has been working as an executive coach, group facilitator and organisational consultant since 1997. Typically Jo is brought in to work with talented individuals and teams who have the capacity to significantly influence their organisations. She engages them in a stimulating inquiry into how best to realise their potential in an authentic and highly productive way. Since founding Pause Consultancy in 2004 Jo has worked with organisations as diverse as DHL , the Southbank Centre, Linklaters, the NHS , Morgan Stanley, Amnesty International, Peretti Communications, Nokia and the Foreign Office.

Lunch is provided.

This talk is part of the Equality & Diversity Events series.

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