Angga Kara AKA Men Up North
June 28, 8:30am - 10:00am UTC. Hosted at Sheffield Institute of Arts
part of a series on Wonder
About the speaker
Angga Kara Link is an executive coach, TEDx speaker, social entrepreneur and creative consultant.
He works to help powerful people remember how powerful they are. Angga is accredited by EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council) & holds an AQA coaching practitioners’ qualification in executive performance coaching.
His client lists include celebrities, international athletes to C-suite level executives. His work has taken him to work with known brands like Redbull, Apple, MTV, to universities to city councils. His focus in 2019 is on wellbeing for men. Helping men to connect to their authentic self to achieve greater clarity, purpose and passion.
Angga also leads Men Up North Link. A men’s mental health expert, and as a resilience and mindfulness coach he helps men to connect to their authentic self to achieve greater clarity, purpose and passion.
In 2017, three of his male friends committed suicide. Going to their funerals broke his heart. Upon research, the realisation is that it’s an epidemic and men all over England are suffering.
Sessions are designed to form a journey to help raise levels of self-awareness and to help men take responsibility with their own lives, goals, actions and feelings with open, honest and non-judgemental discussions. He has developed a unique philosophy and ways of working to really engage men to have open honest conversations.
MEN UP NORTH (M.U.N) are men only group sessions to create a safe space to have open honest conversations. We are a forward thinking community of men from the ages of 21-60 from 15 different heritage and social backgrounds from the unwaged, students to successful business owners.
M.U.N sessions are monthly and our CAN WE TALK are always fully booked with a waiting list. The latest one was full within 3 hours! The aim is to bring men from wide age groups and different walks of life together to share, listen and to gain an understanding of the different perspectives on issues men face relating to mental health and navigating what it means to be man in the modern world.
Our focus is men’s mental health and suicide prevention.
So far M.U.N have done regular group coaching, health & nature walking group, a symposium of Masculinity at Sheffield Hallam University & even taken over a trendy barbershop to attract younger crowds to our community.
We welcome Angga back to Sheffield Hallam at their Institute of Arts to talk #CMwonder and how rediscovering his own wonder after multiple burnouts has led him on the path to do the same for others. See you there!
Sheffield Institute of Arts is an integral part of this vibrant and creative city. Opened it’s doors in 1843 to supply creative support to the region’s manufacturers, in a bid to stay ahead of the growing global competition. This relationship with the commercial and industrial continues today. Our students enjoy superb access to the working world and the community of experts they will emerge into.
For many years, HLM has cultivated a ‘one team’ culture with staff firmly at its core. Design excellence and client satisfaction remain critical to our mission, and we couldn’t deliver this without a close-knit team of dedicated and enquiring minds. We work internationally as one, sharing best practice, knowledge and experience across the globe.
I’m a Creative Director with twelve years experience building brands, digital platforms, products and services. I draw, design, run workshops, write code, illustrate, prototype, test, learn and sometimes even paint. What gets me going is using design to solve problems and create better experiences. I’m currently Creative Director at an Agile web agency called Yoomee. I’m also available for freelance projects.
UK BASED PHOTOGRAPHER AVAILABLE FOR NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS. Hello, I am Joe! Now Living in Sheffield. I was born and raised in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire and have always wanted to reside in God’s Own Country!
Since I was a young boy I have always had a passion for photography; You could say it is in my blood. My grandfather was a photographer and printer in the Second World War and my family are now up to a 3rd generation of printers within a terrace house off the High Street in Knaresborough.