Global Youth Initiative
October 2 @ CCDC Gym
AM SESSION: HUMSS 11, SSG Officers, Business Ed 4th year students
PM SESSION: College Student Leaders, Criminology Interns/4th year, Interested SK Officials
It is open to other interested youth leaders, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today’s youth face many challenges – struggles with confidence, fear of failure, and bullying. As parents, teachers and leaders, we can do something about it!
You and your youth are invited to participate in a world-changing youth movement that will empower youth to be the change they wish to see in the world!
During Global Youth Initiative (GYI) week, youth leadership events will be hosted all over the world.
AGENDA / TOPICS
I. YouthMAX Plus with Nick Vujicic
YouthMAX Plus with Nick Vujicic inspires and equips young people to value themselves and others, by developing and maintaining a positive self-image, showing compassion to others, persevering in the midst of adversity, and creating a daily routine of successful attitudes and behavior.
The YouthMAX Plus activities are designed to reinforce learning outcomes and help students develop the skills necessary to build strong relationships and add value to others. Participants will hear youth leadership development messages from John Maxwell Team YouthMAX Ambassador, Nick Vujicic. These messages include:
3 Important Letters – Y.O.U.
Your True Strength
The Kind Connection
Failure Is Important to Success
5 Steps of Success
Through engaging and interactive sessions facilitated by a Certified YouthMAX Plus Facilitator, Janette Toral, youth of various ages will learn how self-leadership allows them to be a positive influence with their family, teachers and peers.
III. The John Maxwell Team Youth Impact Exploratory Report
A preliminary DISC profile assessment for youth participants. We will have:
* A quick assessment of participant’s primary D.I.S.C. style
* A summary of their style
* Their key strengths
* Areas for personal growth
* Examples of career paths that utilize their strengths
V. Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn For Teens
Develop the qualities below and practicing them in your own life, you can learn to move forward from mistakes and use what you learn to grow and succeed:
Humility: The Spirit of Learning
Reality: The Foundation of Learning
Responsibility: The First Step of Learning
Improvement: The Focus of Learning
Hope: The Motivation of Learning
Teachability: The Pathway of Learning
Adversity: The Catalyst for Learning
Problems: Opportunities for Learning
Bad Experiences: The Perspective for Learning
Change: The Price of Learning
Maturity: The Value of Learning
VI. The John Maxwell Team Leadership Game for Teens
Have you noticed how much teenagers lead on a daily basis? Whether they are navigating their way through middle and high school, joining student organizations or sports, organizing social activities, or negotiating with their parents for a later curfew, when it comes to being a teenager, leadership is a matter of life.
The challenge for teens is they don’t always get to express their natural leadership abilities and those that do, don’t always have good examples to follow so they can grow and develop.
The Leadership Game for Teens is a fun, yet challenging experience for aspiring leaders. Designed to help teens better understand core leadership principles and values in a fun and engaging setting.
Young people will discover what it means to be a leader, how to have better relationships with their family, teachers, friends, and others, and how to recognize opportunities to add value to people.
Who can attend?
This event is free and open to all children and youth groups, ages 8-18.
Contact Jag Fernando for inquiries at 09153249208.