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Strategic Planning: Become a Future-ready Leader

Date: 11 February 2021

Time: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm

Online

When it comes to leadership roles, it is crucial to understand that having a leadership position and having excellent leadership skills are two different things. Luckily for us, evidence shows we can acquire these skills through the right training.

To accurately assess who we are as a leader, where we are and where we are going requires an extraordinary degree of awareness about self, others and the environment. If you want to make sure your strategic planning process is deeply meaningful and highly effective for you and your stakeholders, you must learn to view it through the lens of Emotional Intelligence.

Click here to see the full details of the workshop & to register.

Leadership in Effective Change

Date:  9th March 2021

Time: 6:30 – 8:15pm

Online

We are pleased to announce that Julie Hogbin (Public Speaker, Coach and Author) will join the CamAWiSE Leadership Mindset Series 2021.

This Workshop will cover:

  • What is Effective Change from Start to Finish
  • The Leadership position to adopt & what that means for you?
  • How to harness your champions and the support required to Lead to Success.

Click here to see the full details and register.

Intercultural Competencies and Leadership

Date:  13th April 2021

Time: 6:30 – 8:15pm

Online

CamAWiSE is pleased to welcome Danielle Feger (Research Development Consultant and founder of Equilibrium4Wellbeing).

Overview
At a time that has seen a seismic shift in working practises across the world, personal and organisational leadership has never been as important as it is right now. The way in which we approach business dramatically changed over the past few decades. Prior to the pandemic (2020), the uptake of interconnected technologies and interdependence of cultures between organisations was keenly felt, with an exponential trend last year.

In this Workshop we will:

  • Examine our own identity (influences of personal and cultural ‘baggage’).
  • Learn about common cross-cultural theories (cultural iceberg, cultural relativity).
  • Look at dimensions of intercultural interactions (high- vs low-context, power distance).

Click here to see the full details & register

Blog – Effective Leadership in a Changing World

“With everything you do, whether you know it or not, you are leading. And the only constant in this world is change.”

As we mark a year since the UK first went into lockdown, this statement seems all the more poignant. We’ve just gone through a year of households and workplaces adapting to changes that were previously unimaginable. While some changes are imposed and others are chosen, all changes require strong leadership. And as we all know from personal experience, change is inevitable.

Julie Hogbin, the founder of Conscious Leadership, is an expert on change management.

“In reality, all of us are managing change all the time. And the more change you have experienced, the better you will be at leading through it.”

Click here to read the full blog.

CamAWiSE Mentoring Programme 2021

We are thrilled to announce that the CamAWiSE Mentoring programme is now open for applications! If you have an interest in STEMM and are looking for a professional development opportunity that can help you gain new skills and make new connections, then do take the step and participate in our Mentoring programme. 

The CamAWiSE Mentoring Programme launched in 2020 as a pilot, and following the success of that initial cohort, we are running the programme again in 2021 – you can read more about the experience at the programme in this interview with Becky Hall, one of the 2020 mentors. Applications to the Mentoring programme are now open until March 12

The programme runs for six months, from April to September 2021. Anyone with an academic or a professional interest in STEMM can apply, independent of whether you are located in Cambridge or elsewhere. Participants will be provided with documentation and support by CamAWiSE as they progress through the programme, CamAWiSE will also run an online orientation session at the launch of the programme where we will cover mentoring, the schedule of the programme and some tips for developing the mentoring relationship. Further information about the programme is available in the participant Handbook.

We welcome applications from both mentors and mentees. There is no prior knowledge of mentoring required to participate as a mentor and there are no gender restrictions. 

If you have a question or would like to know more about the programme, please do contact us at info@camawise.org.uk.

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