Applications are now being accepted for the Stonewall Leadership Programme 2017: an intensive and inspirational two-day residential for lesbian, gay, bi and trans leaders.
Taking place from Wednesday 29 November to Friday 1 December at Fanham’s Hall, Hertfordshire, this competitive and highly-regarded leadership programme has been described as both energising and beneficial by previous participants from the University of Nottingham.
Participants of this year’s programme will be able to work with leaders from across a range of sectors and see how to achieve their own goals whilst being authentic leaders.
The University will support any lesbian, gay, bi or trans member of staff who is in a leadership position at the University of Nottingham, or who can demonstrate leadership on LGBT issues, and who wishes to apply for this event. Professional Development will pay the programme fee, travel costs and overnight accommodation of successful individuals. We can also put interested parties in touch with past participants and help with application writing if support is requested well in advance,
All applications for the programme should be made to Professional Development by Monday 4 September. For more information please contact Katharine Carter.
You can find out more about the Stonewall Programme in this booklet.
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