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‘Just Leadership’ breakfast series

28 Jun 2011

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One hundred and sixty people attended the first breakfast in the 2011 Just Leadership: Just Imagine Breakfast Series at NAB Docklands on May 12.

An initiative of Jesuit Social Services, Just Leadership is designed to develop the leadership capacity of individuals, organisations and communities in ways that contribute to building a more just and compassionate society.

Jesuit Social Services is keen to build a community of “Just Leaders” across Docklands and develop a collaboration of corporations across the area keen to discover new ways to engage and inspire their staff in building a better world.

Jesuit Social Services says the breakfasts, presented in collaboration with NAB, are for people who:

  • Are keen to “feed their better selves” and explore new frontiers in their relationships with self, organisation and society;
  • Want to be part of a new conversation about social leadership and collaboration for a more just and compassionate future; and
  • Get energised by imagining that they have the capacity, whatever their role, to make a unique contribution to shaping a better world.

The next breakfast will be held at NAB Docklands at 7.15 am on July 14. Speakers are Michael Ullmer, deputy CEO NAB; Elliot Costello, founder Y-Gap and Kinfolk Café; and Paul Stewart, social activist and “Maverick of the Heart” who will explore the question “Does each of us have the capacity to make a unique contribution to building the world we want? How do we free it?”

Tickets are $20 per person and can be booked online at http://www.trybooking.com/PHY.  For more information contact Pamela Webb – (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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