PATH (Scotland) – Goal Setting

PATH (Scotland) – Goal Setting
A positive action initiative for Black women/Women of Colour

Time flies. Whether you achieve the goals you want for yourself … or not.
We have all the time there is, but are you making the most of the time you have?
It’s May already! What do you want to achieve by the end of 2024?
If you’re not sure or have been too busy to think but know that the time has gone and you don’t want it to just slip away, this course is for you.

To begin, an in-person workshop to give you time to think about what you really want and to plan how you’re going to make it happen.
Then, to keep you on track, a series of short sessions to encourage you to keep moving forward on your path to success.
And ending with another in-person session to celebrate your successes, and, of course, to set new goals.

The in-person workshop, facilitated by Gillian Neish, is from 9.30am until 3pm on Friday 31st May and is being held at:
The Social Hub
15 Candleriggs Square, Glasgow G1 1TQ, UK

The ‘keeping on track’ sessions will be online via Zoom from 6pm until 7pm on Fridays:
7th June
5th July 2nd August
6th September 4th October 1st November

The ‘Celebrate Your Successes’ session will be in-person from 6pm until 8pm on Friday 6th December in Glasgow City Centre.

If you’re stuck in your comfort zone and don’t want to end up with regrets for all the things you haven’t done, join this course.
Please also pass this information on to others you think may be interested.

Places are free but limited. To book your place, contact info@pathscotland.org.uk by 28th May.
If you have any questions or queries, please contact Kalpana Ratnam-Roarty kalpana.RatnamRoarty@NeishTraining.com or Gillian Neish neishtraining@mac.com

Neish Training Ltd
Delivering training that challenges power inequalities
Tel:07873 874 252
kalpana@neishtraining.com www.neishtraining.com
Registered in Scotland Company Number SC740047

 

 

 

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