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Part 1 of (Y)our Place: Self & Identity - Who am I?


Wed 5 Oct 2011, 6:00pm–8:00pm

Where: NZ Institute of Management, Level 4, DLA Phillips Fox Tower, 209 Queen St, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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So, you think you know who you are but can you answer this question without making reference to your job, gender, sexuality, nationality, faith or appearance? As we grow older and the world becomes more complex and globalised, self reflection seems to take a back seat and identity becomes more about fitting into a label and ticking a box.

Please join us for a two part special of the Self Speaker Series where we look at understanding who you are and how you fit into society.

Guest speakers:
• Sina Moore (President at PACIFICA Auckland and Director of YWCA Auckland)
• Mike Puru (Radio host at The Edge Radio Station)
• Philip Patston (Comedian and Social Entrepreneur)
• Dr Sapna Samant (Cultural Commentator and Radio Host on the Asian Radio Show at Radio Live)

Hosted by TV Personality Evie Ashton

In Part 1 we look at the Self & Identity. Knowing our identity helps us to be successfully aligned with the world around us. This is one of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves. Self & Identity will help to create the foundation towards understanding who you are, why you behave the way you do and how understanding your identity can impact the direction and success in your life.

Also, please join us for Part 2: Self & New Zealand - Who is a Kiwi? which will be held on Wednesday 02 November. More information:

These are free events and are great evenings, so bring along your friends but numbers are limited so make sure you get there early!

Thanks to Clips for capturing all of the Self Speaker Series on film. To view past events please visit our Youtube channel:
Twitter hashtag = #selfseries

Proudly supported by NZIM, Clips, Unlimited Magazine, Magners Cider, Glengarry Wines, Teza, The Great Catering Company, Giapo and FlyaJet

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