Sunday 19 November is International Men’s Day (IMD).
This year’s theme is ‘Celebrating Men and Boys’ and aims to focus on men's and boy's health, improving gender relations, promoting gender equality, and highlighting positive male role models.
To celebrate IMD, we’ll be hosting an internal event:
Monday 20 November
3 – 5pm (key speaker followed by drinks and networking)
Broker Area in Plantation Place.
You’ll have the chance to hear from David Taylor, founder of Naked Leader, who will be speaking about how to ‘be the very best that you already are’.
What you can expect:
David will share with attendees how to unlock the unlimited skills, passions and abilities that lie within us all. This will provide an alternative approach to mental health – instead of focusing on what is ‘wrong’ with us, he will prove what is ‘right’ with us, which is at the root of our mental wellness. Sharing real examples, case studies and how-tos that work and can be applied straight away, David ‘s session will inspire, energise and transform your life, your career and your organisation.
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