The Brisbane Institute Seminar: Brave Ideas for Future Leaders

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As the baby boomers head into retirement, our next generations are stepping up with their own brave ideas for the futures they want for themselves and their children, and they’re not waiting for permission from anybody else to change their world!

Hear from two inspirational leaders who are already doing things differently, Chris Raine, Founder and CEO of Hello Sunday Morning, and Laura Stokes, responsible for the TedX South Bank Women event taking place December 7.

Where: Level 19, UQ Business School Executive Venue, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane
When: Friday 5 July, 12 noon – 2pm
Cost: $35 including GST (assorted sandwiches will be provided)

Registration and pre-payment essential. To register, click here!

About the Speakers

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Laura Stokes
TEDxSouthBankWomen

Laura has a passion for enabling others to reach their potential through her role as the Licensee of TEDxSouthBankWomen. This is a community of people who seek to inspire women (and a few men) to change their lives, their futures and ultimately their world.

Laura was raised by empowered parents who taught her to be inquisitive whilst roaming the wilds of the world. Her passion is enabling others to find and reach their potential.

TEDxSouthBankWomen is a volunteer run, nonprofit ideas event that brings the internationally recognised TED brand to Brisbane once a year to celebrate women for an independently organised TEDx event.

 

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Chris Raine
Hello Sunday Morning

Chris is the founder and CEO of Hello Sunday Morning – an international health promotion charity that facilitates the program and supports thousands of people across the world to take a break and assess their own relationship with alcohol.

Hello Sunday Morning started in Brisbane with a community of 5 people doing the program in 2009 – all committing to a three-month break from drinking. Four years later, thanks to the support of governments across Australia and New Zealand, that community now sits at over 13,500 people, with each one of their stories is an essential contribution to a better drinking culture.

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