Giving Back

Community spirit, making a difference

I enjoy success as much as you do, I also believe that when it comes to community spirit and giving – if you can, you should.

If businesses align their core purpose and/or charitable giving with one of the 17 United Nations Sustainability Goals then collectively we can make a real difference.

Given my role as an educator, I choose to align our contribution to:

Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning.

I demonstrate my commitment by increasing availability, inclusion and diversity in the following ways:

  • Volunteering as an organiser and coach for street coaching flash mobs.
  • Volunteering as an organiser on behalf of the Human Library.
  • Offering reduced-fee resilience training to staff and volunteers of charities that improve the prospects for disadvantaged youth.
  • Ensuring that the design of all our learning events consider inclusion and diversity, particularly around gender and neurodiversity.
  • Offering ‘women in leadership’ masterclasses and supporting gender diversity initiatives.
  • 10% of profits are donated annually

Further information

Our People’s Coach Street Team™ is a dedicated collective of 90+ professionally trained business and life coaches who volunteer their time to deliver speed coaching sessions to members of the public, at random, in city spaces, at no cost.

The Human Library™ is designed to challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. The Human Library is a place where real people are on loan to readers. A place where difficult questions are expected, appreciated and answered.

Embracing Neurodiversity: Tips for Training Professionals – Neurodiversity is the term used to reflect that how individual’s brains are wired to think varies. This blog specifically considers Dyslexia and Asperger Syndrome. Diversity is good for business.

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