Following on from the success of the monthly Women In Business Forum, there is a new one starting in March in the lovely Albert Room in Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin. Working creatively, especially if working on your own, can be isolating and it can really help to have the support of a group of like-minded women. The group is carefully facilitated so that the participants are supported to develop and grow their vision and identify issues that may be hindering them in bringing their business ideas to fruition. There is a maximum of six participants in each group and this provides ample time for everyone and a great opportunity to network and get support.
What will you get from this group?
- Fresh perspective and insight
- Network with link-minded women
- Challenge and support
- Opportunity to “face-down your demons”/ identify your growing edge
- More clarity on your vision for you and your business
- Access to reduced cost social media training and support
Monthly investment is €80 euro for two-hour forum .
Contact Monica at 0866061015 or email@example.com for further info or to secure your place.
Some of the feedback :
“ Really loved the opportunity to meet other women and it was inspiring and illuminating”! Lou Horgan Yoga teacher
“Great to realise so many of us are in transition and can support each other as we go. I really love the quality listening and feedback from the group” Dot Fisher Educator
Each month group members will report in on their progress and one or two participants will each bring a particular challenge that they may like to air and seek further direction and support. The group will be professionally facilitated to ensure maximum support and learning. The approach is one of questioning, curiosity and keeping an open mind rather than providing immediate solutions.
The women are from different sectors and are creative in their approach, vision and desire to make a difference. Some will be in the early stages of their initiative whilst others will be more established and all will be interested in growing and developing their ideas and vision for their organization or business initiative.
The group will meet monthly for 2 hours on Friday mornings (10-12) from 1st March – June 2019 in a lovely room in Dublin city centre.
Monica Haughey is an experienced psychotherapist and facilitator who has supported many individuals in the workplace who have been struggling with different workplace issues. She has completed the Common purpose leadership programme and has facilitated their leadership groups for three years following her training. She is also a former chairperson of the Dublin Food Co-op and founded the Good Food Initiative which was involved with hosting cookery classes and publishing 2 recipe books.