If you have been out of work, want to change your career or want to progress in your current role, join us during National Older Workers Week.
This webinar was on 25th November 2021
Are you rethinking your life after Covid? You may have been made redundant and are looking for a new role or you may currently be working and want to change sectors or roles completely. Join us during National Older Workers Week where we will be talking to experts and to those who have successfully made significant changes in their working lives. This will be an uplifting event, sponsored by Now Teach, to help you to feel valued and to give you the tools to make positive changes.
This event will:
John Lees is one of the UK’s best known career transition coaches, specialising in helping people who say ‘I know I want to do something different, but I don’t know what it is’. He has published 15 books on careers and work including the UK best-seller How to Get a Job You Love.
Lorna Valcin is a highly qualified solicitor with over 30 years’ experience in the legal field, the vast majority of which has been spent specialising in Employment and Immigration Law. More recently, Lorna has qualified as a life coach and has set up a life coaching business helping people make changes in their life and career so they can live to their true values.
Sue Eilfield, Vice President, People & Culture, Coca Cola European Partners
Sue is Vice President, People & Culture based in Great Britain and also leads Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP)’s Inclusion, Diversity & Equity (ID&E) Centre of Expertise across 29 countries with 33,000 colleagues. CCEP’s Inclusion strategy includes capability building, listening to colleagues and embedding actions that upweight progress in the important business imperative of increasing inclusion, diversity and equity – and to represent the communities they serve. An important aspect of CCEP’s philosophy is that Everyone’s Welcome and to encourage the best from their multi-generational, diverse workforce – to be themselves, be valued and to belong.
Katie Waldegrave, Director Now Teach
Katie co-founded Now Teach in 2016 with journalist Lucy Kellaway. Now Teach recruits, trains and supports experienced career changers to become great teachers in challenging secondary schools. Prior to this Katie co-founded First Story with William Fiennes in 2008. A social entrepreneur at heart, Katie is also a trained teacher and a published author.
Jo Bishenden, Director Of Education, QA
Jo Bishenden has worked her entire career in and around the education, learning and training sectors. A former science teacher in South London, Jo has spent the last 10 years working in educational consultancy supporting universities, colleges and governments both in the UK and around the world who were looking to ensure their students, learners and workforces were equipped with the skills, industry experience and qualifications they needed for the 21st century. As Director of Education for QA, Jo now focuses her passion for lifelong learning to equipping people with the tech and leadership skills needed to embrace the digital revolution.
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