November 5, 2019, by Claire Henson

Leading through the Darkness – Wednesday 4th December 2019, 5.30pm

An inspirational talk/Q&A by Sarah Stephenson-Hunter, Staff Disability Advisor, University of Oxford (and former UoN Disability Adviser).

Having a disability doesn’t mean you can’t be a leader, you just have to do things differently!

Inspired by this year’s UK Disability History Month theme of Leadership, Resistance and Culture, Sarah shares her personal story, what it means to be a leader with a disability and how this has shaped her approach to leadership.

Join Sarah to learn more about what we can all do to support disabled staff and students to fully realise their potential.

Free to attend. Everyone welcome. Booking required:

Presented as part of Disability December.

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