Here are some examples of previous WTSL events.

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Our Annual Conference took place at the Showroom in Lincoln, on April 17th 2024. Kate Atkin was our keynote speaker, who explored the imposter phenomenon. 

Our Coffee and Conversation about AI with Dr Zeba took place online, on February 22nd 2024.

Beat the January Blues! In January, we encouraged people from the WTSL Network to get in touch with each other and arrange either in-person or virtual get togethers over coffee - and the coffee was on us. Here's to creating a supportive and empowering community! 

On Monday 27th November, women from across Lincolnshire gathered in Lincoln for our final structured WTSL event of 2023. Our time together was spent networking, sharing a delicious Christmas lunch, and having engaging discussions about what we would like to see on the program in 2024. It was such a productive and enjoyable time. We would like to say a huge ‘Thank You’ to everyone who attended and contributed in some way. We look forward to seeing you all at a WTSL event in 2024! 

Based on the ongoing feedback we had been receiving, it was clear that WTSL members were eager for opportunities to connect with fellow leaders in-person and online. Because of this, we are facilitating virtual coffee mornings – a platform where support can be given and received.

We had an event on Friday, 15th September 2023. This gathering was an informal and enjoyable time together. This coffee morning was attended by women already connected with us and some who are new to our community.

On the 17th July 2023 we held an online event focused on Trauma Aware Leadership. Topics that were covered during the online event included:

  • Definition of trauma
  • Different types of trauma
  • How trauma can impact the brain and the body
  • Trauma in the organisation and organisational trauma
  • Differences in trauma awareness, trauma sensitive, trauma response and trauma informed
  • Adverse Child Experiences
  • First steps to becoming trauma aware
  • The 6 principles
  • Cultural consideration