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Managing change as you age

Event organised by Benevolent Fund

Date
28 February 2024
Time
12:30 - 13:00 GMT
Location
Online
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Overview

Change can be difficult at any age, but as we grow older and experience many different transitions in our lives it can become more challenging to cope with especially if those changes are involuntary or unwanted. Change may be an uncomfortable part of life, however, there are ways we can learn to cope, find a new balance, and continue to thrive.

This short introductory webinar will support delegates in their understanding of:

  • How change impacts us and why it is emotional
  • The impact of change as we age and the emotions that may result
  • Different coping strategies to handle change positively
  • New opportunities to find joy and fulfilment in later life.

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Programme

12:30 - 12:35

Introduction from Sarah Mason-Parker, casework and communications executive, ICE Ben Fund

12:35 - 12:55

Presentation from Meg Burton, executive coach, Cube learning and development

12:55 - 13:00

Q&A, Meg Burton, facilitated by Sarah Mason-Parker, ICE Ben Fund

Speakers

Meg Burton

Meg Burton

Cube Learning & Development

executive coach

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Meg Burton

Meg is a Level 7 Qualified Executive Coach and EMCC Senior Practitioner. She has over 15 years experience in delivering and facilitating development management development and leadership training in corporate and non-profit organisation working with leaders and managers at all levels. Meg has a passion for learning and is driven by a desire to make a difference to individuals helping them to achieve their personal and professional goals and aspirations. Meg has worked with a wide variety of coaching clients from senior leaders through to young people starting out their careers to help them fulfil their potential. Meg is also a mum of 2 children and has had personal experience of juggling the demands of a career with the pressure of a busy home life.

Find out more by visiting Meg’s LinkedIn profile.

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