Are you interested in developing the leadership skills of your students?
Do you want to offer your student council representatives and prefects more opportunities for support?
The training modules available can be targeted to already established student leaders or those who have not yet discovered their potential for leadership. Good leaders understand their role, relationship with their community and audience, and how to tailor their leadership style to become more effective. They are also aware that by following the examples of great leaders, they can learn effective strategies for their own development.
Teamwork skills, conflict resolution skills, civic engagement, advocacy skills, understanding democracy, increasing representation
Enhancing Natural Leaders
Best suited for for students with a natural affinity for leadership and those currently serving in leadership positions such as Student Council representatives, Prefects and Student Ambassadors.
- Understanding the role of a school council representative
- Understanding the needs of the student community
- Successful representation
- Increasing representation
- Choosing issues to represent
- Effective communication in your role
- Managing expectations
Unlocking Leadership Potential
Students are often inspired to become leaders when they interact with other leaders and better understand how they can use their own skills and talents to be role models. These sessions expose young people to the fundamentals of good leadership while building soft-skills that are directly related to leadership development.
- The importance of leadership and team dynamics
- Case studies of great leaders and their qualities
- Unlocking personal strengths
- Core skills: communication & public speaking, conflict resolution, team-working
“When students are used to being engaged in the dialogue, then they start being proactive as well as reactive.”
Graham Nicholson, deputy director of student services at the University of Dundee
Get in touch today to see how Unloc Training can help your school or college.