PERSONAL PROJECT (22-32 YEAR OLDS)
A six-month course that will help participants tackle the big issues of career, friendships, relationships and balance in a modern world
Personal Project is a short program that challenges participants to reflect on who they are and how past, present and future decisions and events are impacting the people they are becoming. Using the Harvard Case Study Method, and a combination of small-group and moderator led discussions, participants analyse real-life situations arising in career, friendships and relationships, and explore themes such as freedom, responsibility, communication, happiness, meaning and purpose.
Through the development of critical thinking skills participants are able to think more deeply about the decisions they face in their own lives so that they can live and act in a way that is consistent and meaningful. Most importantly, the course provides an opportunity to develop deep and genuine friendships where personal growth is a common goal.
1. What Really Matters to Me
2. Freedom and Responsibility
3. Friendship and Work
4. Affective Life and Emotional Intelligence
5. Modern Love
6. Communication Techniques