THE ROUNDTABLES

A workshop designed to help you find solutions to your career challenges

 

 
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Are you stuck in a career rut? Desperate to make a change but not quite sure how to go about it? Need a sounding board for a project you’re working on, or some tips on navigating your next career move?

Join us at one of our monthly Roundtables: workshops designed specifically to help you address those all-too-common career challenges.

Part mentor session, part careers clinic, each Roundtable consists of a structured 3-hour workshop led by Women Who founder Otegha Uwagba, in an intimate and relaxed environment. They’re a place for you to throw around ideas, to build your network, and get advice from a group of like-minded women. A place to talk things through, and talk things out – because being a working woman is hard enough without going it alone.

Women Who Roundtable
I highly recommend that all women sign up for a Roundtable workshop. Otegha is SO knowledgable about how to approach career milestones and struggles. Her advice and tips on how to tackle tricky situations - as they happen to all of us - was so valuable.

I also loved the intimacy of the Roundtable. With only seven women round the table, I felt comfortable to share my story and to offer my own advice on their experiences.
— Nicole
I found it incredibly inspiring and the curation was top notch - I particularly enjoyed the format of the session and how Otegha put everyone at ease and made our group feel safe from the beginning.

Our conversation made me feel valued, supported, regenerated, inspired, uplifted and empowered. I was moved to see how involved everyone was in addressing each other’s problems. It was probably one of the most beautiful moments of sisterhood I’ve ever experienced.
— Anne
Thank you for creating a relaxed and warm space to share our experiences and to be seen and held by you and the other brilliant women in the room. Talking openly helped us to gain clarity, to recognise the strengths in others and ourselves, and ultimately to take a positive step towards our collective self-worth.
— Lyndsay
Women Who roundtable
I really enjoyed the Roundtable. It was great to meet some interesting and inspiring women and have a space to share our experiences and struggles - and also to hear from Otegha and her experience. I would definitely recommend it to other people.
— Grace