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Head & Heart Online Workshop with Holly Masters - 22 October 2020
Event will be held online, connection details will be emailed to you after your purchase. ***PLEASE NOTE: Any discount codes are applied after choosing the number of tickets you would like to purchase.
An insightful and thought-provoking online workshop designed for individuals wanting to take the first step to learn more about the for-purpose arena and carve out a unique path to working ‘on purpose’. Especially relevant in today's world where many people are looking to support a charity (or two) through volunteering.
For those looking for a career pivot or seeking further engagement from their work, this workshop is designed to help participants work through a Personal Impact Framework providing an actionable pathway to engage in and contribute to the for-purpose economy.
In this workshop, you will also hear insights collected over the past decade by the People for Purpose team on the challenges and opportunities that face the sector.
This month, we welcome Holly Masters, Chief Executive Officer of the McGrath Foundation, as our guest speaker.
Head & Heart workshops provide participants with:
- a solid understanding of the Australian for-purpose arena
- clarity around personal purpose
- resources to initiate steps to engagement
- connectivity to others on a similar journey
"The Head and Heart workshop was fantastic. It was inspiring and informative and it has given me immense food for thought. I was every motivated by Rachael’s story and her passion for the sector. I would have no hesitation in recommending this to others."
"People for Purpose helped me make the successful transition from the corporate world to the for- purpose sector after 25 years at Qantas. The advice I was given was valuable and simple and I am loving my new executive role with the Royal Institute for the Deaf and Blind. Thank you People for Purpose."