Free online session for chief officers and senior staff in Essex based voluntary sector organisations

Posted on: May 24, 2021

On Tuesday 15th June 2pm, Dr Leon Fletcher-Tomenius and Magnus Irvine of the Here for You service will facilitate a reflective practice session for managers during a 50 mins to an hour online reflective space.

This will be a space for managers to talk about their recent experience of working through the pandemic and how this has impacted on them.

This is an additional session being offered after a previous event was well received. It will revisit conversations and themes and is open to anyone with an interest in sharing their experiences and benefiting from peer support

Further training needs, or the need for other interventions may be identified, which would also be fed back and discussed.

Book your place https://reflective_session.eventbrite.co.uk

Author: Jade Bolton
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