Women in Research Mentoring Scheme event for UWE Bristol academic staff

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Monday 3rd December 2018, 12:00 – 14:00
Please see staff intranet for location
Come along to find out more about the Women in Research Mentoring Scheme and how you can get involved as a mentee/mentor and hear first hand accounts from current mentees/mentors.

Booking information

Please register to attend

Event details

This lunchtime event is open to any member of UWE academic staff and will begin with lunch and informal networking followed by presentations.

If you are not currently a WRMS member, feel free to come along and find out more about the scheme from the Chair, Harriet Shortt and how you can get involved as a mentor/mentee.

For more details about the scheme please see the UWE Bristol website.

If you are currently a WRMS member, please come along to network.

Listen to our keynote speaker, Amy Armstrong, an experienced coach, who will be talking about the value of mentoring, how a good mentoring relationship works and why mentoring for women can create a positive space for women.

Hear first-hand accounts, from one of our current mentors and mentees, about their experiences of being members of the WRMS.

Please register to attend. We look forward to seeing you there!

Biography: Amy Armstrong specialises in enabling leaders and their teams to excel under stress. Formerly a director of fast growing business in the EdTech sector, Amy combines 15 years of leadership and high-performance business, with extensive experience as an executive coach and clinical hypnotherapist. She has a deep interest in how we face and master the human challenges of work, and enjoys working with a diverse range of Bristol’s leaders, founders and rising stars to develop habits of sustainable success through calm, confidence and clarity.

For further information including location and detailed timings:

UWE Bristol events page (staff only)

Email: researchevents@uwe.ac.uk

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