Our workshops

An easy way to access Inclusive Futures Coaching on a wider scale for your staff and students

We offer a range of workshops that can be booked as individually or as a series for up to 20 participants at a time. 


These can be delivered as 45-60 minute workshops, or 90 minute sessions. Longer workshops allow for more interaction and discussion between Inclusive Futures coaches and participants. 

See below for the current workshops we deliver

We also develop bespoke workshops to suit the needs of your organisation. So if you have a specific topic in mind, please get in touch for a chat - hello@inclusivefutures.co.uk

Desert Trees


For staff and students looking to increase their resilience in ways that work for them

In this workshop we support participants to develop their resilience, exploring when and how they have been resilient in the past and how they can apply their experience, with new tools to their present and future. 


In this workshop we cover:

  • What is resilience?

  • Reframing failure

  • Using curiosity to breed resilience

  • Healthy risks

  • Your resilience goal


Participants will leave our resilience workshop feeling confident in their ability to more readily bounce back from life's setbacks and with an enthusiasm to take healthy risks and to positively respond to failures. 


For staff and students looking to increase the confidence of themselves, and others around them

Supporting participants to identify why they feel motivated (or not!). We help them to find their spark and drive, sharing tools they can use to their advantage to keep that spark lit.


In this workshop we cover:

  • What is motivation and what does it mean for you?

  • The power of choice

  • Understanding what is important to you

  • Reframing


Participants will leave our motivation session feeling inspired to achieve, with a clear understanding of what to do when they're lacking motivation and how to ignite it again.



For organisations and individuals looking to promote kindness and improve wellbeing and community

This workshop discusses the huge ways in which kindness positively impacts both working and personal lives. Kindness has been shown to reduce loneliness and depression and improve mental wellbeing. We believe it is key to reigniting our communities during and post-Covid.


In this workshop we cover:

  • What is kindness?

  • The science of kindness

  • The discomfort of kindness

  • Receiving kindness

  • Virtual kindness

  • The kindness Challenge


We work with participants to determine the ways that kindness builds connection and create a positive action plan to help embed kindness within their personal communities.


For staff and students looking to increase the confidence of themselves, and others around them

This workshop helps participants identify their confidence goals, and work through a number of exercises to help make them a reality after just one short session.


In this workshop we cover:

  • What is confidence?

  • Secondary gain

  • Confidence quadrants

  • Your strengths

  • What is your confidence goal?

  • Confidence tips


Participants will leave our confidence session feeling more capable and confident with a clear understanding of how to increase their confidence


Introduction to Coaching

Introduction to coaching' is for for Peer supporters, widening participation practitioners, and other members of staff.


Participants are given the opportunity to explore and practice key coaching skills that will serve them in all areas of life and work.

In this workshop we cover:

  • Understanding the power of coaching and how coaching can be used to increase motivation, confidence, and drive change

  • Understand and develop active listening skills

  • Understanding the role of our ego in coaching

  • Powerful questioning

  • Key coaching tools


Participants will be provided with a workbook to refer to, including some tools and exercises they can use with coachees to help shape coaching sessions.