Become better in business
What is THE Kata-Pillars
Born out of THE Seed Scheme pitch event held in August 2020, THE Kata-pillars stands for: Kyogle’s Aspirational Town Activators and they are on a mission. The purpose of the group is to bring like-minded businesswomen together to collaborate and move Kyogle forward.
if you would like to watch the pitch follow this link
Educating for growth
Locally the Kata-pillars will be activating change within the community, and in doing so growing business.
As businesses grow the importance of continual education is essential. Which is where the ongoing relationship and connection to THE Rural Woman exists.
The offer that will be available ongoing to members of the Kata-pillars is an exciting opportunity to increase skills, knowledge and learnings. Not only for Kyogle and strengthening the Kata-Pillars mission, but for building individual business capacity also.
Which is why you are being invited to join The Kata-Pillars business stream. The generous support of Kyogle Council has seen 14 places being offered at no charge for the first year.
What members will gain:
- Access to recordings from the 2019 Business training
- Access to the recordings from the 2020 Business trainings
- Access to the recordings from the 2021 Business Trainings as they become available
- Access to the business calls held Tuesdays at 12noon
- Access to THE Rural Woman network through our community
The structure of the monthly calls:
Week one: Content & Q&A
Week two: One-on-one mentoring offered (limited places) plus 10 minutes of power content
Week Three: Workshop style
Week four: An open chat/Q&A
(if there is a 5th week we host virtual community network coffee days)
Each month we have a different experts here are those we have scheduled for the rest of 2020 (the 2021 calendar is being confirmed at the moment):
OCTOBER – MANAGING GROWTH – JACQUI BRAUMAN
NOVEMBER – STAFFING AND SUPPORT – PEACE MITCHELL
DECEMBER – STRUCTURE AND SYSTEMS – LINDA McMAHON
The first 14 women to join will receive their first year for free, thanks to the genorosity of the Kyogle City Council.
The annual fee for this stream is A$40 per year.