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Change your corner of the world…one project at a time
September 18, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am
One event on October 1, 2019 at 8:00 am
Join SAGE for an inspirational workshop to explore how you can launch your own community benefit project to make a lasting impact for future generations. Together, we will help you define a project that leverages your strengths and reflects your personal purpose. You will also learn a powerful self-coaching practice to overcome obstacles and lead with heart.
This workshop is open to anyone interested in launching a community benefit project of their own design. These projects can be independent (in a neighborhood or workplace, for example) or for an existing nonprofit. This workshop also includes an invitation to join SAGE’s six-month Legacy Fellowship to help you build your project and achieve breakthroughs.
Don’t have a project idea? No problem! SAGE has dozens of project ideas that strengthen education, restore the environment or promote economic opportunity in our community.
Cost $50 per person (includes food & drinks). Please contact SAGE if cost is a barrier. Participants who become Legacy Fellows will receive a $50 credit toward the $1,500 tuition for the sixth-month Legacy Fellowship.
SAGE is offering this workshop twice. Space is limited at each session, so register today for the workshop. You can attend by clicking on one of the registration buttons below or by calling SAGE.Click here to register for September 18 workshop Click here to register for October 1 workshop
Questions? Contact SAGE at 971-717-6570 or [email protected]
Meet our workshop facilitator
Paul Werder is founder of LionHeart Consulting and has over 30 years of experience developing leaders. Paul’s clients are consistently surprised at the relevance, inspiration and practical applications that he brings to every coaching conversation. In addition to leading this workshop, Paul serves as part of the coaching team for SAGE’s Legacy Fellowship. Learn more about Paul and LionHeart at https://lionhrt.com/about/paul-werder/.