The Dream Series – Auckland
27 March 2021, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Xero, Level 3/96 Saint Georges Bay Road, Parnell, Auckland 1052
Spirit & Soul is hosting 3 events, in 3 different cities focusing on channelling the dreams and ambitions of the young women of Aotearoa as part of its Dream Series.
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This event includes a workshop led by a professional coach all about connecting with what’s uniquely important to you and guiding you towards your dreams and ambitions, whatever they may be. When you find and connect with your True North, like having a compass, you know where you’re headed. Safe in this knowledge, you can even dream bigger dreams and feel greater happiness and benefit to yourself and others.
In this practical and interactive session, we’ll help you to:
- Connect with your strengths, values, and what’s truly important to you
- You’ll identify some key areas of your life where you have dreams and aspirations
- You’ll be ready to start considering some goals and actions that will move you towards those dreams
Register your interest here. Cost is $15 for the event.
Dr Michelle Dickinson (MNZM) (aka Nanogirl) is a passionate researcher and teacher with a love of science and engineering.
Michelle has made it her life mission to make science and engineering fun and accessible for all: Authoring bestselling books,Hosting and co-creating TV shows, creating and hosting top charting podcasts Nanogirl’s Great Science Adventures and Stupid Questions For Scientists.
With a PhD in Biomedical and Materials Engineering Michelle has combined her interests to give her a unique insight into how nature and technology can learn from each other for scientific developments.
As co-founder of Nanogirl Labs Ltd and an honorary academic in Engineering at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, Michelle has always followed her dreams and never let traditional stereotypes scare her.
Michelle thinks that science should be open, transparent and a topic of conversation over the dinner table, not just the lab bench. Her vision is to create positive role models in the world that our children can aspire to be like and ensuring that everyone has access to learning about science and how things work, no-matter what your age or education level.
Young women will sit in small table groups with a mentor guiding them through the entire workshop. These amazing women will provide insight, personal stories as well as tried & tested tips to further increase the impact of the workshop.' Each of these inspiring role-models have powerful stories and many successes to share with the attendees. Some of the mentors at our Auckland event include Vanessa Baxter, Irene Naidu, and Mahsa Mohaghegh (more names to be released soon!)
This Workshop will be led by a professional coach Suki Xiao. Suki is the Founder of As You (www.asyou.org) with a mission to help people live more meaningfully in their personal and professional lives.
Suki is a certified Life Coach and she used to be an Agile Coach in Xero and other technological companies, helping teams and leaders to perform better. She has mentored multiple people in the tech industry and coached company leaders to become better coaches.
Suki holds a conjoint degree of Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce and her passion for helping people and personal development started young when she was a voluntary counsellor and trainer at Youthline. She is also a Vipassana meditator. Suki is looking forward to supporting you on your journey of finding True North and working towards your dreams. Connect with her on linkedin.com/in/sukixiao.