Common Purpose third-level Pitstops are designed to develop the leadership capacity of third-level students in order for them to become better equipped to lead positive change in their own institutions and beyond.
“My confidence in myself, my speaking and my future career have developed greatly thanks to this programme. I’ve developed a better way of communicating, through public speaking, debating, listening and having new challenges. You meet all sorts of different peers and leaders and influences on the programme. You get to understand people more and get great advice on leadership skills, job opportunities and how to work with different companies from the voluntary, private and public sectors”.
Common Purpose uses tried and tested curricula and honed delivery techniques to provide experiential Pitstops that support students to:
The Common Purpose Method
We bring a toolkit of tried and tested methods and approaches gathered over 20 years developing leaders of all ages and from all parts of society. These include:
Through our diverse curriculum, we endeavour to encourage greater understanding, innovation and engagement across student teams, enabling more effective leadership to emerge within and across third-level institutions and the community.
Third-Level Pitstops are run across Ireland and can take place in your institution or any suitable location of your choosing. It is the responsibility of the client to secure a venue and arrange the catering for the Pitstop.
For enquiries please contact on (01) 872 9322, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or get in touch using the online enquiries form.
The programme costs include coordination, chairing, materials and provision for sourcing and/or briefing external contributors for up to 30 participants.
Some modifications to cost, content and duration can be made; the cost averages €3,000 per day.
If you cannot pay the full fee, please do not be deterred from contacting the team to explore options. Common Purpose will work with your organization to come to an arrangement that will suit all.
“The programme was fantastic! You will meet diverse group of people, make new friends, and connections. You will gain understanding of power shifts in society. The experience will prepare you for work with other people in collaborative, respectful relationships. The reflections afterwards can make you more aware on diversity in society and among your peers.”