Kilburn & Strode and IP Inclusive are delighted to invite you to an event on Thursday 11th May, during Mental Health Awareness Week.
The event will cover what steps we can each take to thrive, rather than just survive, by looking after our mental health and building resilience to cope with the demands of life.
This event is open to everyone, including fee earners and support staff. We encourage as many IP professionals to attend and hopefully take back insights and learning to their places of work.
Where: Kilburn & Strode, 20 Red Lion Street, London, WC1R 4PJ
When: Thursday 11th May from 5.30pm. Panel discussion and Q&A will start at 6pm, close and refreshments at 7pm
Reserve your place: here
Thursday 17th November 2016, 6.30pm to 8.30pm
At the offices of Kilburn & Strode LLP
20 Red Lion Street,
Join us for the first IP Out event, kindly hosted by Kilburn & Strode LLP, to discuss how “out” people can be at work. This panel and group discussion moderated by a member of the IP Out committee will discuss:
- Individual perspectives from those on the panel on their experience of coming out/being out at work and with clients
- How to tackle potentially difficult situations, either within an organisation or from a client-facing perspective
- Who to reach out to for help when you need it
- How to approach the subject with clients
- Perspectives for people from small organisations
Followed by drinks and networking.
If you would like to email your questions or discussion points for the panel in advance, please send them to IPoutNetwork@gmail.com.
Book your FREE ticket now – spaces are limited! All are welcome to attend, whether LGBTQI+ or a straight ally.
The next IP Inclusive reception will be: Thursday 24 November 2016. IP Inclusive is an organisation for like-minded professionals working in IP, committed to improving equality, diversity and inclusivity in our community.
Carpmaels are hosting at their Southampton Row offices. The event will start around 4pm and will include updates on IP Inclusive projects; speakers and a chaired discussion on bringing more BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) professionals into IP. It will finish with refreshments and informal networking time.
More details to follow shortly.
For more information on IP Inclusive, please visit http://www.ipinclusive.org.uk/.