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Women, Responsibility and Management: Progress, Together.
June 15, 2021 @ 18:00 - 20:00 CEST
Women, Responsibility and Management
Women, Responsibility and Management is a multi part series of workshops and gatherings to support women who have responsibility for managing things, people and households. Each session is independent/stand alone.
Do you feel responsible for making things happen, for problem solving, setting the agenda and having the answers? Being expected to hold responsibility and authority can be awesome, motivating and exciting but also tiring and overwhelming at times. It’s not easy having to keep things ‘together’. This series of gently facilitated small online gatherings and workshops will give you the opportunity to seek sanctuary and solidarity, to put down the weight of responsibility and seek support from women who can relate.
‘Progress, Together’ sessions are based on Action Learning theory, where small peer problem solving groups are created- inspired by the world renowned work of Reg Revans, these sessions will be an opportunity for group members to work through an issue or challenge they are facing through supportive but probing questioning. Maybe you’re a CEO, mother, student, employee or job seeker – if you feel you’re spinning plates trying to survive 2021 this space is for you. Members won’t be giving advice or trying to provide answers, the focus will be on learning from our shared experience. This format offers a gentle, non judgmental space for connection, solidarity and self led problem solving.
Upcoming stand-alone sessions in this series are: June 15, 22 and 29.
This event is FREE to attend. Please RSVP below.
This event is co-produced by HerSpace, Diversify and Africa Connect.
Selena Støback is a mental health innovation advocate and women’s rights activist, with a background in driving policy and systems change through radical collaboration and capacity building. Selena is an experienced international trainer, facilitator and peer counsellor, valuing deep listening and dialogue as the best way to solve problems.