Have you ever felt that 'power', as accepted by current society, does not fit with your personality? Have you had people perceive you as 'soft' because of your nurturing, compassionate and forgiving nature? Have you been in situations where you don't know whether to stop and reflect (pull) or maintain resilience and continue (push)?
You may come across these situations and wonder what power means to you. More importantly, how can you maintain authenticity and at the same time be powerful in your own way?
In this workshop, StoryArtist and Power Cards Creator Wesa Chau showcases her talent in creating the Power Cards and shares her PowerStory: the journey to find her own personal power. Together with Christine Yeung, organisational psychologist and founder of Beyond Story, we facilitate discussions and guide you through interactive activities:
- To explore the notion of power and broaden your views and understanding of what power is by discussing traditional vs new ways of defining power.
- To understand your own authentic power through using the Power Cards
On the day: We will welcome you at 5:30 pm for networking with drinks and snacks provided, workshop starts at 6pm.
What is Power Cards?
It takes power to influence and empower people to bring together a cohesive society. Power is an energy and to maintain it requires awareness and skills. Tune into it, work with it and it will work for you.
This beautiful deck of Power Cards was created as a tool to help you embrace your authentic power and improve your relationship to power. You can choose a card for everyday guidance or use the cards in workshops or for coaching purposes.
*Special offer: You will receive a $10 off if you combine your ticket purchase with a set of Power Cards (originally valued at $34.95).
About Wesa Chau, Creator of Power Cards
Wesa Chau is the creator of Power Cards. She has been a senior manager at a community organisation, business owner of her own consulting company Cultural Intelligence, founder of a student organisation Australian Federation of International Students, co-founder of Poliversity an organisation to increase cultural diversity in the Australian Labor Party (ALP) and was a candidate in the Australian Federal Election for the ALP in 2013. She has been elected and appointed to many different Board positions since she was 24.
Her work is recognised through a number of prestigious awards, being named Young Victorian of the Year 2010, the inductee into the Victorian Women’s Honour Roll in 2012 and more recently a finalist for Agenda Setter of the Year 2016.
Aside from leadership and change management, Wesa has strong connections to Chinese philosophy, this interest in philosophy has led her to learn and practice sound meditation for more than a decade. Her Chinese name Wai Sum 慧 心 has many levels of meaning in the Chinese language, it can mean an intellectual heart, a wise heart and at the deepest level, it refers to an enlightened heart. It is also a term that is used in Buddhism to denote a heart that is able to understand the wisdom of the Buddha.