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Resilience Workshop 2: The Importance of Networks (BHM)

2:00pm - 3:30pm / Tuesday 20th October 2020
Type: Workshop / Category: Department / Series: Black History Month
  • Admission: Free
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This is a Liverpool Guild of Students / ACE organised event.

Delving in to her experiences of overcoming barriers, building resilience throughout her career and continuing to drive equality and diversity in light of the Black Lives Matter movement, Irene Afful will take you on a journey of building resilience through understanding the self-concept and utilising your networks.

Our second Resilience Workshop explores the importance of utilising and expanding your network; from their purpose, how to build an effective network and how they can support you in achieving your goals.

Speaker bio:

Irene Afful made history has the first black female inspector in Merseyside and was instrumental in re-establishing the Black Police Association. Now a successful businesswoman, Irene is the founder and director of Ametrine Coaching and Consultancy pursuing her passion for diversity and inclusion, supporting business and individuals to be more effective through her bespoke services and workshops.
This workshop is open to BAME students only.