Potential in Me bring creative life coaching and personal & professional development to young people and the people who live and work with them. We hold the space for bigger conversations about youth, sustainable opportunities and resilience
IMAGINE THE WORLD WHEN WE ARE TAPPED INTO OUR TRUE POTENTIAL…
We have a vision of a world where the potential in people and the strength through diversity, is truly appreciated and expressed. Creating an inclusive and youth friendly world where people of all ages and stages are valued citizens; where families thrive and generations are connected and the best is looked for, and found, in every person.
THIS STARTS TODAY WITH OUR YOUTH.
RESILIENCE & ACHIEVEMENT
Potential in me specialise in creating space for young people to understand themselves and connect to their potential. We challenge and support the people who work & live with young people to appreciate the distinct stage of adolescence and develop approaches that help nurture & healthily challenge relationships.
BIGGER YOUTH CONVERSATIONS
Being a young person today has new challenges to previous generations. We create space for conversations that encourage people to get curious about what youth really means and how to challenge the systems that don’t support humans to realise their potential.
Being a parent/carer can be tough, and so can being the child, especially around adolescence. We support the humans within each family unit to thrive independently and together.
What works for one person or organisation may not work for another, which is why we listen to what you need and tailor our services accordingly.
Sustainable change doesn’t happen overnight. We don’t deliver training and run as our focus is on the social impact our services create. We’re here with you as you apply what you’ve learned.
We know collaboration and team work will help us all create a greater impact.
As a social enterprise we are a normal trading business with an explicit social impact. Our business model is a Community Interest Company which enables us to apply for funding to support groups of people who experience specific disadvantage. We are open to explore projects that mat require external funding.