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Rethinking What's Possible Workshop - Brisbane
Mon. 1 August 2016, 7:15 am – 9:30 am AEST
Rethinking What's Possible
The Hunger Project Australia invites you to join us for our breakfast workshop to explore cutting-edge lessons in leadership through the inspiring stories of our village partners in Africa, Bangladesh and India.
Village partners like Kenchamma....
Kenchamma is a non literate, low caste woman in India who has managed to get electricity to all 400 huts in her village. This is a massive feat for anyone and a story of a wonderful woman with incredible resilience and commitment to her goal.
Our trained facilitators will help you to draw key insights from these stories and realise how they can help you flourish, grow and achieve exactly what you want in your own life.
This interactive session will challenge your assumptions about what's limiting your capacity. You will discover how the women and men that The Hunger Project work with are transforming their entire communities despite having limited resources, education and positional authority. We will look at how we can learn and grow from stories
Every single day our village partners around the world are making the courageous transformation from hunger and dependency to sustainable self-reliance. Through our unique approach to leadership, individuals shift into a mindset that has them taking ownership of change. This same ability to move from "I can’t" to "I can" to "We can" is now available for you too.
At the Rethinking What's Possible Workshop you will:
Hear inspiring stories of our village partners.
Recalibrate your perspective with examples of what’s possible in your life.
Challenge your assumptions about what’s limiting your capacity.
Explore why your mindset is key, and how entrenched beliefs can be transformed.
Gain insights into the work of The Hunger Project and reflect on your role in ending hunger.
"Rethinking What's Possible takes the idea of 'teach a man to fish' and flips it upside down, sideways and backward. Instead, leaders from rural villages halfway across the globe are teaching us -- about the world and about ourselves. What can we learn from the rural poor that's useful in our own lives? A dazzling amount."
Author of The Power of Half