Leadership is developed daily, not in a day. The iLIVE Leadership course was developed to create an environment for students in which they can grow in confidence, character and leadership skills.
At iLIVE, we believe that everyone is already a leader, because we all constantly influence those around us. Leadership = Influence. Regardless of cultural context, our character and attitude determine the kind of influence we have on others.
What does iLIVE look like?
• 10 weekly interactive classes featuring local & international speakers
• Group projects
• Small group discussions
• Weekly personal mentoring groups (optional)
• Fun excursions (optional)
• Get a certificate for your CV
iLIVE Leadership focuses on developing character and personal growth through the following ten sessions:
The iLIVE Leadership course starts with this session and explains that leadership is influencing others and, therefore, is for everyone. We have the responsibility to determine what kind of influence and leader we want to be and must be intentional about it.
This session will teach students foundational aspects of what it means to have a vision. Also, students will have the opportunity to develop their own personal vision statement.
Learning how to live a balanced life is crucial for successful leadership. This class will help students find the right balance by applying fundamental relationship-oriented rules.
Based on valuable principles from some of the best communicators in the world and the globally known TED Talk Community, this session is going to help you grow in your confidence and communication skills
This session teaches valuable and foundational principles of personal time management and personal budgeting. Learning to use these resources efficiently now will help students to manage themselves in future leadership positions.
Based on the example of Nelson Mandela, this session explains the significance of building a reputation of integrity by constantly investing in one's character.
In this class, learn the foundational importance of taking responsibility for one's life and how to deconstruct excuses and victim mentalities that steal people's lives out from under them.
Using the life and example of Mother Theresa, this class will help students understand that true greatness means making others great. According to Jim Collins, ("Good to Great") humility marks the difference between good and great leaders.
Great leaders act on their principles, not on their feelings. This session encourages students to have a solid foundation for their convictions in order to overcome FEAR: false evidence appearing real.
This session reveals why the discipline of perseverance is so important in order to finish well and how to push through times of resistance. Talent may be a starting point, but only perseverance will make talent successful.
This session is brought to us by guest lecturer Tommy Stewart ("New Season Leadership") who is an expert in helping people discover and grow in their leadership potential.
Presented by psychiatrist and mental health expert Dr. Stephen Critchlow (www.mindfulofthelight.com), this session is designed to help students deal properly with stress and anxiety as they grow as leaders.
Founder/ Owner, Expo Consulting (www.expioconsulting.com)
Author, Founder and CEO of the reThink Group
Leadership Adviser and Consultant
MAML, Bsc Econ, BA.
Dr. Stephen Critchlow
Retired Consultant Psychiatrist (www.mindfulofthelight.com)
Commander Patrick K. Thurman
US Navy Instructor Pilot, Retired