Purposeful Leadership for Women

A powerful workshop geared toward helping women develop a more purposeful and productive future. It will provide you with the tools to become a more effective leader, breakthrough perceived limitations, and help you define what a life led with purpose means for you.

Date
Thu 26th Mar 2020
Time
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location
TBC
Auckland
Tickets
$195

Purposeful Leadership for Women Workshop.

On the back of International Women’s Day 2020, The Hunger Project NZ is proud to offer a powerful hands-on half-day workshop geared toward helping women develop a more purposeful and productive life.

International Women’s Day often provides an inspiring glimpse into women who have been able to forge their careers and insight into women who are working to create a level playing field. But we're left wondering how we can make the same steps to have a more impactful life ourselves. This workshop is geared to do just that.

Our work in the developing world is focused around women - because we know that empowering women is the key to ending hunger and poverty. We give rural women across Africa, India, Bangladesh and Latin America the opportunity to define a vision for their future and provide them with the enabling programmes to support them to achieve that vision.

These women are often the most maligned women in the world - with little access to education, financial freedom and a complete lack of equality. However, through our programmes they become powerful voices in their communities, business owners and entrepreneurs.

Imagine what we can achieve here in Aotearoa?

What you'll get out of

Purposeful Leadership for Women.

This workshop will:

  • Provide you with the tools to define a vision for your life.
  • Inspire you to achieve that vision.
  • Enable you to shift your mindset to breakthrough the limitations that are holding you back from living a life of purpose and achievement.

    Other mindset workshops coming up.

    Find out more about our mindset workshops.

    Photo credits: Pru Steedman & Anna Zhu