The relationship between identity and leadership continues to be a question that requires examination at all ages.
We are delighted to announce that we are partnering with Homerton Changemakers, one of the colleges in Cambridge University to help their students consider what these two key concepts might mean for them.
The Cambridge programme is a bespoke version of the virtual Self Leadership, Group Leadership programme offered last summer.
Launching Young Leaders is a range of workshops and offers aimed particularly at a younger audience, within the age of 18-26.
A Homerton participant of an earlier workshop shared the following reflection:
“the program is tailored to young people, young here being malleable as we know we are amid deep societal and technological changes. Seeing that the program had opportunities for self-reflection and sharing as I got to know myself a bit better attracted me, for I knew it would be a great balance of theory, hands-on, and exchange”.
Young people are realising that being equipped for the labour market means more than having a good education. It also means understanding why we behave differently in certain situations and how it can prevent us from ultimately achieving our goals in the long term. The Self Leadership programme is based on a range of Tavistock methodologies and brings with it a mix of systems thinking and experiential learning.
For more information about this programme or any other in the Launching Young Leaders offer, speak to Coreene Archer the Programme Director.