Queen Bee Coaching, a Pankhurst Trust Service, is about empowering women.
Coaching is perhaps more relevant than ever before because of the challenges coronavirus is posing to society. Queen Bee Coaching (QBC) is still accepting applications from both coaches and clients.
In response to the situation we will be strengthening our online presence by creating virtual networking meetings and leadership discussions. If you would like to support the running of these events please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Queen Bee Coaching
Queen Bee Coaching is about empowering women who have demonstrated leadership to improve their skills and confidence, move into positions of power and accelerate their positive impact on society. In everything we do, we seek to ensure the service reflects the diversity, demographics and dynamism of Greater Manchester.
Originating from the 100 year anniversary of some women receiving the right to vote, Queen Bee Coaching believes that enabling women to realise their full potential will ultimately redress the balance of power across Greater Manchester and close the gender pay gap.
Working with our impressive coaches we can help you develop your skills and give you the confidence to take the next step in your career and increase your impact and influence. Together we can create the standard and make women in leadership the norm creating a new dynamic. We can drive home that women rightfully belong in senior leadership positions and make organisations stronger.
Our six free coaching sessions are open to women already working in leadership within Greater Manchester and who do not have financial or organisational support to access coaching. We’re keen to ensure that the service represents the women of Greater Manchester and applications are welcomed from all of the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester and BAME, LGBTQ and disabled women.
Wondering what Queen Bee Coaching is all about and whether it is for you? We’ve put together some answers to questions that we often get asked and that have popped up during our recent recruitment. Click here to read our FAQs.
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Recruitment to be a client or coach
We regularly host recruitment sessions for clients and coaches so you can find out more about what coaching is, the benefits to you and what’s involved. The next client recruitment session using Zoom will be Tuesday 3 November at 1900. Book your place here.
We are recruiting new coaches. It is a way of giving voluntary time as a coach to a target group. We are keen to ensure that our coaches are representataive of women living and/or working in all of the 10 Boroughs of Greater Manchester. This year we have focussed on coaches living and/or working in Salford. Please do also apply if you are a coach in the other 9 Boroughs and we are keen to encourage women who are oftenunder represented, BAME, LGBTQ and disabled women. If you are a woman with leadership and/or coaching experience who is interested in empowering Greater Manchester’s future female leaders, we would love to hear from you you may have wide networks you want to share with us or indeed be a lead coach organiser in one of the Boroughs. Talk with us if you have any ideas that will widen and deepen our plans.
Recruitment to be a Development Volunteer at Queen Bee Coaching
There are opportunities to be part of the wider development team that supports the organisation of events/data base management and research. If you would like to offer your time and are prepared to donate 4 hours a week for at least a year or maybe undertake a short adhoc piece of work then get in touch.
For more information email us at email@example.com
We are delighted to be hosting the second series of Radical Thinking for Radical Times in partnership with the Women’s Sports Trust. Episode three Resilience: Fall down 9 times. Get up 10 will see basketball player Siobhan Prior and runner Marilyn Okoro in conversation with Carol Ann Whitehead. Listen, learn and pose questions to these athletes on Thursday 22 October from 11:30am-12:30pm. Sign up today via eventbrite.
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