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Sticky Floors and Glass Ceilings

Equate Scotland
Opito Limited, Minerva House, Bruntland Road, Portletham, Aberdeen, AB12 4QL
Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 10:00 to 16:00

Break through the glass ceiling


There is a considerable body of evidence which shows that women can encounter structural barriers to their progression in the SET professions - the glass (or sometimes concrete) ceiling.omen

Do women hold themselves back?

There is also evidence which points to the 'sticky floors' that can prevent women from making the most of their skills, knowledge and abilities - these are more internal bariers which can hold women back.  The good news is that there can be progress on both fronts.p

This workshp will help you to:

  • Engage in an 'Appreciative Inquiry' about yourself - identifying more clearly the unique contribution you can make in work and other settingstential 
  • Examine your abilities and leadership potential in the context of what research shows we really want from our leaders / manage
  • Think more deeptly about your own priorities for the coming year -using the GROW coaching models
  • Makes two key recommendations about tackling the structural barrierssefied

This course is open to women qualified in Science and Engineering and working within industry.