Who We've Worked With

From consulting firm to agency, bootcamp to university, Sankalpa has worked with all different types of people. 

Our mission to bring intention into what we do applies to everyone on the globe and we're thrilled to have shared our message with so many reputable organisations. 

Get in touch to find out how we can work together to create helpful content for your organisation.

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University of Technology Sydney

UTS's Activate team hired Sankalpa's founder to speak to 250 club and society executives about how to become purposeful leaders in the UTS community.  Each participant was asked to reflect on their motivations and set intentions for the new term.


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PAN Communications, USA

Led workshop in: Boston

Led virtual sessions in: Orlando, New York, San Francisco

PAN hired Sankalpa to create a session around focus and productivity.  Working in a matrix organisation, switching between teams and tasks can create stress and wasted time.  The workshop focused on looking at the way we work and creating simple habits to maximise productivity and minimise stress.

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AT Kearney, Sydney

ATK hired Sankalpa to lead a two hour workshop with 50 of their consultants.  The topic was Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome, which was an interactive talk with personal and group brainstorming sessions to stop self-limiting beliefs and cultivate a more mindful and supportive team culture.


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General Assembly, Sydney

Sankalpa's founder is a regular instructor and speaker at General Assembly's classes, workshops, and events.  From full-day bootcamps on finding your life purpose to moderating a panel for Big Brother's Big Sisters, we love what GA is about and are proud to partner with them and share a positive message.

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Hypothesis Consulting, Sydney

Hypothesis hired Sankalpa to run a 75 minute Mindfulness workshop.  Their team was given the foundations on mindfulness and asked to practice some simple techniques as well as brainstorm ways to encourage a pause from their busy schedules.