The guest post is courtesy of Digital Storytellers.
Purpose is the annual celebration of the incredible community who are growing and accelerating purpose-driven business in Australia. Inspiration is on tap, new and rich experiences are explored, amazing connections are made and new ideas are hatched.
Music, nature, nonsense, wildness, excursions, reflections, a retreat, a rare treat, brain explosions and perspective shifts, all staged in a beautiful space crafted with care. To call it a conference is a disservice. It’s a festival, a gathering, the ground-zero for purpose-driven businesses.
Purpose is not only for business, it’s for individuals with shared passions to get together. It helps a lot to know there are people around you who are feeling the same way.
We were proud to be part of Purpose 2018, and to be part of the community. This year, themes explored the ethics of exponential tech, mental health & human well-being, and systems change & the new economy.
Here are takeaways from some of the sessions…
Opening plenary with @PaulHawken to kickstart #Purpose2018 today!
“Drawdown: the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming”
Breakout session: “A Female Future: gender diversity,
representation and fairness in business.”
We enjoyed the closing plenary on “Trust: the currency of the new economy”
by @ . And especially this!
Technology On Our Own Terms
Redesigning Work for the 21st Century
Check out www.purpose.do to learn more.
Credits: Illustrations by Devon Bunce. Hero image is the property of Purpose.do.
Devon Bunce is scribe in residence at Digital Storytellers, a purpose-driven film-making agency with a mission to create a better narrative for the world, through telling stories that matter, and sharing our knowledge and resources to empower a wider community of storytellers.
Full of curiosity about the world, Devon is a professional scribe artist who works at the intersection of illustration and graphic facilitation, where visuals are used as a way of sharing experiences and learnings – and making magic with metaphors. Watch Colouring In Complexity or learn more here.