Monday, January 16, 2017

Change It and Progress to Success with our NEW Personal Development Programme

EXCITING NEWS! The Women’s Organisation is proud to be launching a brand new confidence building programme for the women of Liverpool.

We believe that your attitude determines your direction, ‘Change It: Progress to Success’ aims to inspire women to feel more confident about what they can achieve and discover the way towards building a more positive outlook in all aspects of their life.
 
If you are a woman living in Liverpool and would like the opportunity to learn more about yourself, and take your first steps towards building the future that YOU want, alongside likeminded women, this 8-week programme may be for you.


The course will cover many topics including becoming more assertive, breaking negative thinking habits, managing change and setting achievable goals. We encourage you to think about what you would like to change and then help you to believe you can do it.  In addition to the courses, we have a dedicated team of advisers who can continue to work with you on a 1-2-1 basis to help you ‘change it’!

If you have completed our ‘Become a More Confident You’ or our ‘Planning for Success’ course and left feeling you wanted more, ‘Change It: Progress to Success’ touches on many of the same ideas but offers a more in-depth and extended approach to personal development.


We are delighted to have the support of local Children’s Centre’s on this project and will be delivering in a number of their centres across Liverpool, as well as here at 54 St James Street, home of The Women’s Organisation.

Courses will be delivered in the following areas:

The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James Street, L1 0AB
Everton Children’s Centre, Spencer Street, L6 2WF
Picton Children’s Centre, Earle Road, L7 6HD
Speke Children’s Centre, Conleach Road, L24 0TW
Granby Children’s Centre, Eversley Street, L8 2TU
Stoneycroft Children's Centre, Scotvia Road,  L13 6QJ

Delivery starts on Monday 6th February, with full dates and times on the links below:

The Women’s Organisation – Monday 6th February, 10:00am – 3:00pm
Everton Children’s Centre – Wednesday 8th February, 9:30am – 11:30am
Picton Children’s Centre – Monday 6th February, 9:30am – 11:30am
Speke Children’s Centre – Tuesday 7Th February, 9:30am – 11:30am
Granby Children’s Centre – Friday 10th February, 9:30am – 11:30am
Stoneycroft Children's Centre - Thursday 9th February, 9:30am - 11:30am 


We recently ran a similar course called ‘Change It: Tools for Change’. Feedback from women attending this course included:

“I’m taking away self-belief in my own ability. I feel what I embark on, I can achieve. I’m hopeful for the future.”

“There’s no pressure here. It’s informal with no role play. The stuff you want to do to move on, that is what’s offered here.”

“I leave here and I feel fired up. I never go home and get back in my bed and pull the quilt over my head, usually I will do something.”

“This course has motivated me to pursue what I want to. I used to look at things negatively, now I look at them positively.”

“The leader of the course has been so welcoming. She is really genuine, down to earth and can put people at ease.”


We intend to work with over 500 women over the next three-years, developing confidence and helping women to see their true potential.

If you are a woman who would like to book a place or find out more about the programme, please contact our engagement team on 0151 706 8111 or email hello@thewo.org.uk


If you are an organisation who is working with women and you would like to refer then also please contact us on the details above to discuss. 

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