What is pay it forward?
The simplest way to define “pay it forward” is that when someone does something for you, instead of paying that person back directly, you pass it on to another person instead.
One good deed might not seem like much, but if everyone did something good for someone else, then the cycle of generosity and kindness can spark us to become better people.
Time To Get Involved
It’s time to think about your CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). We’re giving businesses we work with the opportunity to Pay It Forward and help a young person to learn new skills that can help them succeed in the most competitive job market ever.
For every 10 places booked with Core Process until November, you’ll get to nominate someone aged 21-25 to attend a FREE full-day workshop in January 2019. We’ll provide them with a 20 page personalised report and they will leave the interactive workshop with plenty of practical advice that will allow them to progress faster in the industry they choose.
Do you know anyone aged 21-25 who would find a free day of Ei training beneficial in their early career?
Why we do it
We are motivated by making a difference, by helping more people to achieve their goals and feel great!
Knowing that we have helped others to live more valued and authentic lives, satisfies our own values.
How would it feel to be collaborating and communicating with your family, colleagues, peers, teams and direct reports without the stress, misunderstanding, and conflict that leads to dysfunctional relationships and teams?
We know how it feels, it feels great! We love sharing our tools and experience in a fun and engaging way so that more people can start feeling this way!
What we do for you
Improve Personal Impact
Enable Effective Communication
Deliver Measurable human and financial results
It all starts here
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It enabled me to assess my team’s motivations in order to better communicate with them, as well as use their strengths to build a more effective team. The workshop was a good balance of teaching and participation. The material was presented clearly and concisely (which can be difficult when so many are not native English-speakers!), and with a good bit of humor to keep everyone engaged.
Christine O’Connor ( Managing Director) Kelvion (USA)