You work hard. You have what it takes to do a good job. All your education and training has prepared you to have a successful career. You are passionate about what you do.
Maybe you have been recognised for your excellent performance. You think you are well on your way to getting a promotion. If you are waiting for someone to promote you, you are wasting valuable time. It’s essential for you to be in control of your career. This workshop will help you to develop the road map to achieve the career you want.
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Jo Larbie and Shalini Sequeira will show you how to create the road map you need to effectively navigate the workplace to achieve the career that you want.
Jo Larbie is founder of Inclusive Professions and an executive coach specialising in inclusion. Jo is co-author of “How to Make Partner and Still Have a Life”, Kogan Page, 2019. She is passionate about working with firms to successfully develop and increase the number of women and black and ethnic minority professionals in senior and leadership roles within their business. Jo brings extensive experience gained from a distinguished former career as a lawyer and operating at board level in leading international professional service firms.
Shalini Sequeira is a lawyer and has held leadership positions in the corporate and not for profit sectors. As an executive coach, she is committed to working with organisations to build more inclusive leadership teams at all levels, and to supporting talented women and black and ethnic minority professionals to achieve their potential. Shalini is co-author of “Key Skills for Professionals” (Pannett, Dines, Sequeira and Day, Kogan Page, 2013) which helps aspiring leaders understand the skills that make them truly professional in today’s fiercely competitive environment.
What we do at SEO changes life chances. When our young people start successful career journeys, they inspire others and access economic opportunities. They contribute to a world where ethnic and socioeconomic diversity is celebrated as a central pillar of the workplace.
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