Stronger Wings for Stronger Women - Bookings
Terms and Conditions
Once we have received your booking we will email you an invoice.
Your place will be confirmed once we have received payment for this invoice.
Refunds will only be issued if Lordene Learning makes a cancellation.
Stronger Wings for Stronger Women
What does feeling good and functioning well mean to you?
Stronger Wings for Stronger Women will help you explore this.
With a focus on Resilience and Wellbeing (RAW), this programme
uses facilitated learning activities, peer support, reflection on actions
& goal setting to promote self-awareness & embracing change.
Who should attend?
Women that are looking to refocus and invest some time in themselves and their personal development.
If you are reaching a milestone or crossroad in your life then you may find it particularly beneficial, such as.....
Women in business who want to ensure they reach their full potential
Those considering a career change, finishing education or returning to work
Anyone adjusting to a new phase in their life, such as being a new Mum
Those suffering from low self-esteem, anxiety and / or low self-confidence
What topics will be covered?
1 - Structure of the programme & overview of 5 RAW Pillars
2 - Connect with Yourself: Understand what makes you who you are
3 - Outlook on Life: Review your growth and fixed mindsets
4 - Nurture Yourself: Healthy body & healthy mind
5 - Engage with Others: Building positive relationships
6 - Reach for your Dreams: Identifying dreams & goals to focus on
You will be supported to strengthen your mind and feel more confident about achieving your goals in a relaxed and supportive environment.
2019 Dates Coming Soon!
"I have thoroughly enjoyed the 'Stronger Wings' Course - your knowledge shines through, your calm and engaging manner has provided a safe environment for us to share, learn and grow"
"Your story will be an inspiration to many"
"I found Gemma to be very personable, sensitive and understanding throughout the course. She did not put any of us under pressure ... she offered lots of encouragement."