Potential is everywhere. It is an energy and a possibility. At Potential Education, we seek to harness and develop that potential for individuals, teams and wider organisations. Our values are shown in the specialist work we do in promoting equality, equity, diversity and inclusion. Dr Jo's leadership education and training combats Imposter Syndrome by showing that there is no such thing as a 'natural born' leader.
We offer leadership education and training which combines hands-on expertise with expert knowledge on leadership theory and application.
With many years of leadership experience, a background in higher education and a commitment to equality, Dr Jo Trevenna founded Potential Education to provide a full service to maximise the potential of individuals, teams and organisations. Potential Education is a keen partner of companies and institutions committed to meeting the demands of The Equality Act and actively seeking to eliminate discrimination, victimisation and harassment based on protected characteristics.
The experience of implementing coaching models to transform organisational relationships and a deep understanding of the positive impact of coaching models drives our one-to-one and organisational coaching services.
We offer Safeguarding Supervision as part of our suite of services to support wellbeing and promote effectiveness.
We offer bespoke leadership training and support - we help you to realise your organisational and team goals. Support can include:
We offer a free 20 minute consultation about your coaching goals before entering into any paid arrangement. Because relationships are so vital to effective coaching, you need to feel comfortable with, and to trust, our coaches.
Our services are designed to support all types of organisations to benefit from policies and practices that reflect the multiplicity of identity characteristics that make up our world. This support can include:
Our school and academy specialist support support also provides the following:
‘Schools can play a major role in bringing about a fairer society. The more we educate children about equal rights and non-discrimination, the quicker the change will be. Jo’s work recognises this.’
Lindy Bannis, The Stephenson Academy