Global Action Plan has teamed up with an international panel of academic experts in the fields of motivation, wellbeing, values and sustainability to develop an exciting new goal setting course called 'Goals for Good'. The course is being offered for free between January and March 2018 as part of a fully-funded action research project in partnership with the University of Surrey.  

We are running the course

For Individuals:

If you’re 18-30, living in London and earning at least £22k per year then you are eligible to take part in our exciting new (and totally free) Goals for Good course! All we ask in return is that you answer a few questionnaires for us as part of a super exciting international research project into goal setting and wellbeing.

Our next course starts on Monday 29 January, 6pm to 8pm at the Canvas Café, click here for more details and to book your place: https://goalsforgood.org/uk-individuals/

For more information, download our Goals for Good Participant recruitment flyer.

Setting your New Year’s Resolutions? Here’s our top 3 tips to make them stick:
https://www.globalactionplan.org.uk/how-many-of-last-years-resolutions-did-you-keep

For Businesses

The course can be delivered in-house to a group of your employees if you can provide a group of 15 or more participants who meet the research criteria (18-30 years old and earning at least £22k).

Goals 4 Good can help you deliver an attractive package to your early career employees that will:

  • Show employees that you are investing in their personal and professional development
  • Support the mental health and wellbeing of your employees.
  • Show employees that you are a values-driven organisation that supports employees to have a positive impact on the wider world.

For more information, download our Goals for Good business flyer.

Check out our blog about what Millennials really want from their employers: 
https://www.globalactionplan.org.uk/what-do-millennials-want

To find out more visit: https://goalsforgood.org/uk-options/

Or get in touch at: [email protected] or call Natasha Parker on 07824360781