Global Social Leaders (GSL) Catalyst is a unique 3-day intensive leadership course, designed to develop your leadership skills and your understanding of global issues enabling you to plan a project and become a leader in your life and society. GSL is a transformational leadership experience developed by Future Foundations and the Wellington Leadership Institute that brings together young people who are driven to make social change on a global scale. In February 2018 we are running a GSL Catalyst programme to be hosted at British School Al Khubairat for students aged from 12 (Year 8) to 17 (Year 12).
Sunday 11th February – Tuesday 13th February 2018 (non-residential)
Our expert Future Foundations British Facilitators will be visiting Abu Dhabi to deliver this programme.
Empower the participants to go on to lead successful projects at their own school
The programme will aim to develop each participant’s personal understanding of different leadership styles, and how to show leadership for oneself, in school, and in the community.
Participants will develop their understanding of the global challenges we face and how, through partnership and innovation, we can solve them. They will be taken through real life cases to demonstrate good project management and how to create their own impactful projects to take on after the programme ends.
After the programme, the participants will be challenged to form a project team of between 3 and 7 students, to develop a project which is focused on one or more of the Sustainable Development Goals. You will have the opportunity to enter a global competition developed in partnership with COBIS, with the chance to win places on our GSL Catalyst in China, in December 2018. Click here for further information.
The British School AL KHUBAIRAT ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates
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