Getting you to where you want to be, faster.
Programme designed specifically to advance academic and professional services career pathways
For Professional Services Women in Higher Education
A dedicated programme specifically for women in professional services roles seeking greater fulfilment and / or progression
Career Accelerator Benefits
Time to reflect on your career
Understand your progress so far
Map your aspirations and goals
Identify barriers and learn how to face them
Tools and strategies for change
Define your steps for progress
Be supported as you take action
Peer group of likeminded women
Career Accelerator delivery format
- The story so far
- Values & purpose
- Future vision
- Goal setting
- Strategic approaches
- Action plan
- 4 hrs additional sessions
- Peer support
- Problem solving
- Network building
What our delegates have said
As a result of the programme, I feel more confident and motivated within myself to achieve more within my career. It has helped me to focus on my strengths and really hone in on what energises me.
I highly recommend for women in higher education to take part in this well thought programme. It’s been very helpful, insightful and inspirational. All the women who ran this workshop have helped me to have a clearer vision on how to have a positive approach to my career.
Meet the Programme Team
Marshah is an executive career and leadership coach who facilitates and enables purposeful, meaningful, inclusive, and sustainable change. Her experience spans from the City of London Police, General Social Care Council, Homes England, National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and Versus Arthritis.
Ellie helps leaders land their perfect role and be brilliant in it. She coaches people at a critical moment of transition, to move forward with positivity. She has 25 years’ experience in HR, Talent and Head-hunting HR Leaders. She is a speaker and group facilitator. She is a Mentor, an interview and personal branding coach for the Pipeline and an Ambassador for KidsOut. She was named a LinkedIn ‘Top Voice’ for Careers.