Rethinking What’s Possible
Our Rethinking What’s Possible workshop is a 2-hour experience which brings the village classroom to you, and creates a learning environment that is as powerful as it is profound.
This workshop is an interactive session that will challenge your assumptions about what’s limiting your capacity. You will discover how The Hunger Project works with women and men who are transforming their entire communities despite having limited resources, education and positional authority. We will also invite you to consider your role and involvement in the end of hunger.
The beginning of “Rethinking What’s Possible”
The Hunger Project is the world’s largest leadership and training organisation working throughout Africa, South Asia, and Latin America, committed to empowering people to end their own hunger.
Working in 24,000 villages and impacting 19 million people, The Hunger Project has developed a unique and highly strategic approach to leadership.
With all the reasons why it’s not possible, the poorest of the poor are rethinking what is possible. They may be non-literate, but they are getting water to their villages, stopping child marriages and creating new businesses. They are achieving results in the harshest of conditions.
We believe that the most outstanding examples of courageous and effective leadership producing transformational outcomes today are happening in the remote, rural villages where The Hunger Project works.
Whether you live in a rural village in India, or a major city in Australia, there is a leader inside of everyone who is capable of the most profound transformations, be it in family, organisation or world.
What's possible for you?
The Hunger Project has decoded the lessons learnt from our leaders in developing countries and applied them to Australian setting. That same ability to move from “I can’t” to “I can” to “We can” is available for us in Australia too for the first time.
The Rethinking What’s Possible workshop gives you the opportunity to see how questioning your own beliefs can result in extraordinary outcomes.
The 2 hour “Rethinking What’s Possible” workshop will uncover these learnings for you.
At the Rethinking What’s Possible workshop, we will:
- Share the inspiring stories of our village partners
- Recalibrate your perspective with examples of what’s possible in your life
- Challenge your assumptions about what’s limiting your capacity
- Explore why your mindset is key, and how entrenched beliefs can be transformed
- Give you insights into the work of The Hunger Project and invite you to consider your role in ending hunger