An hour training or coaching with Greg Savage? (for charity)

I am delighted to have the opportunity to help a friend of mine raise money for breast cancer research and awareness.

Two years ago Ross Clennett’s sister, Mary, died of breast cancer, aged 44, leaving behind a 6 year old son, a 4 year old daughter and her devastated husband of 17 years.

Since Mary’s death Ross has been an active fundraiser for the Mother’s Day Classic, held each Mother’s day in Australia, and this year he has set himself a target of raising $10,000. You can read more about Ross’s fundraising campaign on his blog.

This year Ross has asked me to donate an hour of my coaching/training/consulting time for auction to the highest bidder with the whole winning bid donated to Ross’s fundraising campaign. I was delighted to be able to make a contribution towards such a worthy cause and immediately agreed.

This is an opportunity that is most likely to interest recruitment agency owners however the auction is open to all.

If you would like more details on the auction or to make a bid then all you need to do is CLICK HERE

The auction ends at 6pm on Mother’s Day, Sunday 11 May.

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About Greg Savage

Over a career spanning thirty years, Greg Savage has established himself as a global recruitment leader. Greg is a regular keynote speaker at staffing and recruitment conferences around the world.

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2 Responses to An hour training or coaching with Greg Savage? (for charity)

  1. James Cameron May 3, 2014 at 1:06 am #

    Best get on the phone to make some money and get my bid in!

  2. Neale Bettman May 5, 2014 at 11:43 am #

    We’re currently the highest bidder Greg. So hopefully we get to see you!

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