Why do we all need to invest in personal development?
September sees the start of 2 new courses in addition to the usual leadership programmes.
One is devoted to women and the habits that hold them back in their career. The course 'Successful Women Rise Together' will be the usual mastermind format and is not limited to women. Men who know, manage or lead women may want to know about these habits too so that they can better develop the women in their teams.
The second course is a 6-month mentorship programme aimed at young professionals who are looking for someone who has already been where they are and can answer their questions. The course include 7 weeks of group work because we all need supporters and the right environment to grow.
Both courses can be found HERE
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