Making the most of our humanity & building relationships

12 October|17:30 - 21:00|North East Region - See full address

About this event

What if we could build a society based on service, justice, generosity and the collective good? What if communities always come together to support each other and build a fairer, more inclusive world today and future generations for the next 1000 years? What if you were all cheerleaders instead of critics?

What if our leaders actually chose to selflessly serve the people? What if every person had true opportunity regardless of who they are or where they lived? What if every organisation (business, charity or government) solved real problems in a sustainable, accessible way to benefit society?

How different would our world be?

We can help towards this by using our speaking opportunities to create great impact and help inspire a better world.

• Why we need to break out of our current ways of thinking and think bigger
• How we can use 22nd century thinking to design a better world
• A framework for having a bigger impact

Keynote speakers

Benjamin Drury
Regional President - North East | The Culture Guy

Event agenda

Wednesday 12 October 2022

Room opens; networking opportunity
Regional President’s welcome
Benjamin Drury
Showcase and feedback – Alexander Bell
Break and networking opportunity
PSA updates
Q&A / Mastermind
Closing comments
Round Up and Key Takeaways
Meeting ends – see you in the bar for a chat!

The venue

County Hotel, Newcastle upon Tyne

County Hotel
Neville Street
Newcastle upon Tyne

Get in touch with the organiser

Benjamin  Drury

Regional President - North East | The Culture Guy

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Making the most of our humanity & building relationships

Event details

County Hotel
Neville Street
Newcastle upon Tyne

Ticket types

Members ticket
 - £18.00 each
  + VAT
Non-Members ticket
 - £20.00 each
  + VAT

Cancellation Policy

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Covid 19

As the host of PSA events, we have taken all reasonable and appropriate precautions and followed the latest government guidelines when planning this event.

As a delegate at a PSA event, you must follow the latest government guidelines (link: Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support – GOV.UK ( We encourage you to take all reasonable precautions to protect yourself and others from infection including wearing masks and taking appropriate tests if you exhibit any symptoms. Please do not attend if you think you may have COVID-19.