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Updated: Oct 27

There are probably as many different definitions of leadership as there are roles for leaders. There are civic leaders, political, religious and academic leaders. There are “captains' of industry and “skippers” of sports teams. There are leaders by achievement, assignment or necessity. Some leaders are official, others just emerge. Some lead by insignia, some by action, some by both. Some lead in public and some, like the head of a family, lead in private. There are at least ten different theories of leadership and ten times ten books on how to lead. Despite this complexity of characterizing leadership, or more precisely effective leadership, there is one indisputable reality, a requirement common to all those who would effect successful action. They have the ability to handle crisis because they possess the necessary skills to remain calm and functional when others are rendered confused or overwhelmed by difficult circumstances.



Are you struggling to believe in yourself and to see what you can offer to the world?

Do you often get down on yourself, using negative self-talk about your abilities and your appearance?

Has low self-esteem and low self-confidence negatively impacting your social relationships and friendships?

Junior Leadership teaches valuable life skills allowing you to break out of your shell, build self-confidence, and learn to excel in all you do.


Why leadership? Leadership skills allow children to have control of their lives and the ability to make things happen. Leadership instills confidence and helps children solve problems creatively, work in a team, and work collaboratively with others. Leadership gives children many opportunities to develop responsibility.




Supporting children in developing resilience and coping skills is a critical component of mental wellness for our children.

However, most parents don't know how to help their children develop these skills.

That's where Junior Leadership Bootcamp can help - by supporting children in developing skills to manage the ups and downs of growing up and handle anything that comes their way with confidence.




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