Theme: Other - Skills, tools, techniques and case studies
Style: Mainly Discussion
Session on 11 May 2021 15:00 cest - View on timetable
What can we do as professional coaches to make a positive impact in this world to redesign the future? How can we share our coaching skills to inspire the leaders of tomorrow? How can coaches break down barriers and tackle oppression, discrimination, inequalities, and poverty? We believe the answer is in YOUth.
Many young people across the world enter adulthood ill-prepared for the challenges and opportunities that await them. How can this be? Why do we not value inter-personal skills as much as we do academic attainment? What can we do as coaches to make a difference in global education systems and international development that could ‘redesign the future’ for humanity? These are just a few of the thought-provoking questions we’ll present and explore with you in our workshop. As you’ll hear from the voices of youth in this exciting and engaging session, young people are crying out for life, leadership and social skills. They want and need to share their voices effectively, to be heard and to effectively lead. They strive to identify their passions to make positive global impact and to leave a legacy on this planet that redesigns a better future for themselves and generations to come.
Leah Black is a Level 7 JNC professionally-qualified youth and community practitioner and coach, who is dedicated to inspiring and empowering the next generations through mentoring, coaching, education, and training. She has 15 years’ experience working with communities and 11-25+ year olds in the UK, Ecuador, Zambia, Kenya, Uganda,, and virtually across the globe. Leah has worked in the charitable, mental health, and education sectors and has gained a lot of experience working with young people in a variety of roles and locations. She is the founder of ‘The Youth Mentor Coach’ and currently leads on Coacharya’s Youth Leadership Program. Leah strongly believes that core life and social skills should be integrated into global mainstream education to help young people in their personal and professional development. She strives to prepare future generations to be the best they can be for themselves, for others and for the world; enabling young people to feel that they belong, can lead and be heard, succeed, thrive and ‘be the change they wish to see in the world’ – Gandhi.