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RADAR


About the sessions

RADAR is a new series aimed at developing our regional BAME staff.

The sessions will look at how to craft your networking skills and other key competences in the advancement of your career.

Event on 14 October 2016

Further details about the event can be found here.

Watch a series of short videos about the event - the first of its kind in the anywhere across the NHS in the North of England.

 

The objectives for the day were as follows:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the benefits of networking.
  • Develop skills in managing resilience in a challenging and fast paced environment.
  • Understand the benefits of a mentor in the development of your career.
  • Understand the benefits of a coach in the development of your career.
  • Have an awareness of the My E-Coach system and how to access a coach.
  • Have an awareness of one's own presence, passion and power and its impact.
  • Have an awareness of what self-reflection is, and how it can benefit your career.
  • Understand how belonging to a staff network could be beneficial to your career success.

Leading the sessions were facilitators Rasheed Ogunlaru, Beverley Powell and Richard Stubbs.  Find out more here.


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Event

RADAR Networking for Success

14 October 2016 08:00 to 14 October 2016 16:00

This session will be the first in a series aimed at developing a regional BAME staff network group.  Join facilitators Beverley Powell, Rasheed Ogunlaru and Richard Stubbs to develop and craft your networking skills.

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