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JCI Southampton launches Leadership Training Programme for young leaders

Posted: March 9, 2017 22:40 by Sophie Delaporte

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JCI Southampton launches "Being a Young Leader" Training Programme, a series of training sessions to develop young people to be outstanding leaders.

Each session will cover a specific skill that you will need to master to become a great leader.

Training sessions will be monthly and will last about two hours and will cover theories as well as practical modules and activities to get you to where you want to be in leadership.

At the end of the training programme, participants will be able to:

  • Know the difference between leadership and management
  • Motivate and empower their team
  • Practice essential skills for good leadership, from coaching, good disagreement, delegation and much more.

First Event: Thursday 16 March. Management vs. Leadership with Marcus Orlovsky

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Join us for a fantastic talk by Marcus Orlosvky, Change Agent, TEDx Conference Speaker, Workshop Leader, Thought Provoker, on Leadership vs. Management.

Marcus is passionate about creating better opportunities for young people and transforming aspirations and achievement, largely driven by challenges he has had to overcome in his own life. This led to him founding Bryanston Square, bringing together a team of dedicated individuals to assist in bidding for highly competitive public procurement school projects.

From addressing 300 Yr 11 students, 900 Googlers or 1,200 TEDxers, Marcus has an engaging and thought provoking style of delivery, which inspires audiences to grasp opportunities and take on the impossible.

Find out more about Marcus here

REGISTER NOW HERE (free for JCI members).


How to find out more about the programme

Please contact JCI Southampton 2017 Training Director at training@jcisouthampton.org.uk

Posted: March 9, 2017 22:40 by Sophie Delaporte with .

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