She Leads Workshop: Smart Goal Setting, the Creative Way with Mikaela Danvers

Arriving at a destination can be tricky without a plan, especially if you don’t know where you are going. If you don’t know where you would like to be in five years’ time, how can you possibly take the steps to make it happen?

In this creative and fun workshop, you will discover how to set and meet goals for your personal and professional life. You will learn:

  • how to use a total planning system, from vision boards to daily actions
  • how to set weekly tasks, monthly priorities, quarterly goals and yearly intentions
  • why vision boards work and have the chance to create one.

Please bring whatever medium you like working with best to create your vision board (magazines to cut out, iPad/laptop to create a Pinterest board, pen and paper, etc).

Mikaela Danvers is a design educator, lecturer and researcher with specialist skills in teaching business fundamentals, goal setting, strategic planning, and building a brand. Founder of The Makers Collective, Mikaela brings learned knowledge and experience to the world of makers looking to turn their hobby into a business. The practical skills taught within her online school, The Makers Academy, are designed to be easily understood and implemented by anyone with a little creativity in their bones. A dedicated online hub for creatives, The Makers Collective is both a resource and a community focusing on making it as a maker.

Registrations close Monday 25 November 2019.

YWCA Canberra’s She Leads Workshops form part of our women’s leadership pathway, and provide members with the opportunity to hone their leadership skills through a series of targeted professional development workshops.

If you have any queries, contact training@ywca-canberra.org.au.

Please note: photographs will be taken at this event. If you do not wish to have your photo published, please contact  02 6185 2000 or email training@ywca-canberra.org.au.

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