For this month’s meet-up, we’re going to be looking at how women communicate with each other and ask, Do women learn better from other women? If you would like to come along, please sign-up via the Eventbrite.
Rachel Gilmore will kick off the evening with a short talk about her work as a business coach and faciliator, working mainly within the creative industry. She will share a few examples of work she has recently been involved in:Tribe: a business support network for Independent Women Workers; and Women in Leadership: Group Mentoring initiated by Jude Kelly, Artistic Director at the Southbank Centre and sponsored by Cultural Leadership Programme.
We’ll then move onto a discussion session where everyone can share their own experiences and discuss examples of learning from colleagues, contacts and role models.
As usual, we’ll supply some snacks and drinks, but please do bring a bottle of something if you fancy contributing. And a note on location - this month’s meet-up is being hosted at Harmonypark, 8 Orsman Road, N1 5QJ.
Harmonypark is a digital agency based on East London’s Tech Canal. We call ourselves a cultural construction company because we actively try to evolve the way people interact with technology, and each other, in a relevant and engaging manner. We work together with other creative companies, entrepreneurs and investors to co-develop communications and business ideas in the form of web and mobile-based services and experiences