Senior Professional Services Women's Leadership network
A network for all women in professional services in leadership positions or aspiring to be in leadership positions
Aims of the network
provide a space for discussion around topics of interest
help build connections across the University
provide a forum to share opportunities, barriers and successes
be a forum to influence decision makers
Who is it for?
The network is for all women in professional services (grade 8 or grade 9) in leadership positions or aspiring to be in leadership positions.
Network meeting: 13 March 2019, 12.15-13.05, 3W4.7
A Chance to meet new colleagues and catch up with other Senior Professional Services Women across the University. You are welcome to bring your lunch along for this informal meeting of the network.
Mentoring: 9 April 2019, 12.15-13.05, 1W2.03
Jeanette Müller will give an introduction to mentoring looking at how to be a mentor and setting up a mentoring relationship but also at how to find a mentor. There will then be an opportunity to discuss your mentoring experiences and we will explore ways in which we can facilitate mentoring for professional services staff (that could be for us and/or staff we manage).
Network meeting with Professor Ian White: 21 May 2019, 13.15-14.05
Professor Ian White will join us for our network meeting in May. You are welcome to bring along your lunch or tea/coffee. As space is limited you need to register for this event
We will regularly update this page with further meetings.
Inaugural meeting: 5 November 2018, 13.15 - 14.00, 1 West 2.03
Professor Bernie Morley and Richard Brooks will attend the inaugural network meeting to launch the network. You are welcome to bring along your lunch or tea/coffee. You need to register for this event
Christmas network meeting: 19 December 2018, 14.15-15.05, 1W 2.102
Join us to celebrate and share your achievements in 2018 and meet colleagues from across the University. Bring something to share along and a drink for yourself.
Fostering Change in Universities: 6 February 2019, 12.15 - 13.05, 1W2.03
Helen Featherstone will share her experiences of creating a positive culture of public engagement with research. Public engagement with research is one of the few areas of university life with no formal rules and regulations which creates its own challenges when trying to create change. Culture change takes time, tenacity, frameworks for assessment, ambassadors, communications and an ability to learn with others. There will be an opportunity to discuss how you could apply Helen’s learning to you own work