Our course suits a broad range of humans, from first year uni students to veteran CEO’s; from fired-up-but-nervous startup entrepreneurs to people in mid-career looking for more fulfilment from their work. See if you can spot yourself in this list:
Corporate Innovators: those challenging the status quo of conventional business behaviour either for their own enterprise, or as part of a leadership team within the constraints of a large existing organisation. People with massive potential for change who are looking for better tools with which to make it happen.
Startup Entrepreneurs: anyone wanting to bring new value to a sector of commerce (in the form of an innovative private business) or society (in the form of a social enterprise driven by a higher ideal than money). People who need better education on the power of purpose at the hard edge of business.
Solopreneurs: those passionate souls who might have a ‘day job’ but who also harbour a desire to do their own thing; sometimes they have a side-hustle or an idea that isn’t quite a busines yet, sometimes these folks are mature-aged employees who have grown disillusioned by conventional business behaviours.
Nervous Company CEO’s & Boards: high level corporates & professionals facing massive change in their industry who are seeking long-term strategies for creating a more regenerative form of capitalism in their company and motivating their workforce to accomplish the true potential of their collective ideas and skills.
Disoriented Charities and Not-For-Profits: leaders in these sectors who know that True Purpose is their most valuable asset but are struggling to achieve the right balance between commercial growth and social good; ie: they are either becoming too clinically commercial in their efforts to control their own destiny (and losing their sense of self), or are vehemently sticking to their purpose-first attitude (at the expense of a professional image to investors/donors).
Smart Uni Students Looking For More Than Economics 101: motivated young people looking to make a difference in the world who are still being taught outdated rules of engagement. We have already met many of these exciting future leaders through our lectures and workshops at UWA, Curtin, secondary schools and startup labs. These guys want to succeed, and even acquire personal wealth, they just don’t want to do it the way their parents did. They seek a style of capitalism that delivers a fairer win-win for themselves and society at large.