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Businesses need Your Creative Superpowers
to Support their Community 👍
You are an artist or creative who really cares about the wider community and who wants to do something good with their art.
That is why you are perfect to help businesses with their CSR projects.
CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility and is a really important area for businesses who also want to give back, to do good in their community, as well as making themselves look good in the process!
This could be delivering workshops to community or school groups on their behalf whether that's using drama, dance, music or writing. Or in-house sessions just for fun which helps them create happier, healthier workplace for their employees.
The good news for CSR Heroes is that often they can tweak something that they have already done and offer it to businesses.
Does that sound like you?
Check out the video below to find out more.
What is CSR?
CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility and describes a company's commitment to carry out their business in an ethical way. Businesses are increasingly interested in giving back to the community in which they operate in. CSR initiatives can also include a business' commitment to the health and well-being of their team.
Artists like you are in a brilliant position to help businesses meet their CSR objectives particularly if you already have experience of working in the community. It is not too difficult to take what it is you already do and adapt it to meet a business' target market or a section of the community that they want to support.
Some ideas to get you started
Hey! I'm Heather
And who the heck am I to be telling you what you should do...?
Well for 20 years I've been helping artists, creatives and performers develop projects that use their brilliant creativity to solve business problems.
The results have been fantastic - but now is the time to do more.
Businesses need artists - they need your creative thinking and your unique perspective.
It's time to mobilise an army of artists, creatives and makers who can use their gifts to make an even bigger difference in the world - whilst getting paid to do so!
I can give you the tools, knowledge and the confidence to take your. unique abilities and what you love to do and develop it into a service or product that people want to buy.
All without selling your soul 👿
It's time for you to take the first step and I'll be right here to help.
Decide What You Want
Get clear on what you do and don't want before you start which means you will never be selling your soul! Download the Worksheet here
Find your Ideas
Take a look at the sticky note exercise to start to get all of your ideas out of your head and into the world.Download the Worksheet here
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