FLY

You Can't Lead Others Until You First Lead Yourself™

Goals can be SMART; your vision must be FLY.

If you're like most college campuses, each year you see excited students step into leadership positions. Once the initial excitement wears off, however, many student leaders feel frustrated that their club or organization isn't growing the way they thought it would, many feel lost, or they feel just plain burnt out. It's okay. Most of the campuses we've worked with felt the same way. What we've found is this: you can't lead other until you FIRST LEAD YOURSELF.

So much of  student leader training is focused on the organization and not the student leaders themselves. FLY does exactly the opposite: it focuses on the individual leader and taps into their power of personal vision. Once they are equipped to lead themselves, students will be empowered to lead their organizations and take your campus to astounding new heights. Don't settle for simply hoping your student leaders hit the ground running each semester, empower them to FLY!

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Participants will...

  • Define, with absolute clarity, the goals and projects that will lead to their vision.
  • Define personal and empowering beliefs to overcome obstacles.
  • Take strategic action through guided action plan tools in order to commit 100% to their goals.

EVENT PLANNING TIPS

AUDIENCE: Emerging & Current Student Leaders; Staff; Clubs & Organizations
DATES: All Year Long! It's ALWAYS a good time for Leadership Development!
DURATION: Keynotes/Kick-offs for retreats/conferences: 60 minutes; In-depth Event/Half-Day Training: 2-3 hours
VENUES: Auditorium, Theater, or multi-purpose room with stage and high-quality audio-visual setup and space for activities. No gymnasiums.

TESTIMONIAL

Thank you for today, it truly was empowering and energizing, as were the past almost three whole years with you as our leadership facilitator. Your seminars and workshops and help have made an incredible impact on my student life and personal life.

— Kaitlyn Maloney, student leader
Temple University

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