Staff from the Psychology department at Bishop Grosseteste University are working in partnership with Involving Lincs and the Community Fund to facilitate a scoping event relating to resilience in leadership, specifically focusing on women in the Third Sector in Lincolnshire.

They would like to hear from sector leaders to establish opportunities, aspirations, successes, barriers and needs. This feedback will then help them inform potential collaborative networking, project work and research.

The initial meeting will take place at BGU on Tuesday 25th June from 10am until 12pm. This is a fantastic opportunity to not only share your experiences with like-minded peers, but also to have a hand in shaping relationships across the county.

In addition to sector leaders there are also opportunities for students to be involved both in the running of the day and with follow up work in project and research development. For more information contact Thomasin Nicholds, Lecturer in Psychology at BGU.

If you are interested in finding out more about studying Psychology at BGU, visit our website, contact our Enquiries Team or join us on one of our Open Days.

11th June 2019

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