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Celebrating Leadership in Classrooms Across the Globe

CANADA Wednesday 15th June 5:30 – 6:15 pm EST

AUSTRALIA Thursday 16th June 7:30am – 8:15am AEST

NEW ZEALAND Thursday 16th June 9:30am – 10:15am NZST

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The global pandemic has made it challenging for traditional leadership programs to flourish – but for many, leadership is alive and well in students’ hearts and lives in ways we may never have considered. Join yLead and Captains & Poets for this interactive workshop profiling educators and students from Australia and Canada, sharing successes happening inside and outside of the classroom. Learn practical strategies for supporting students on their leadership journey and hear from them firsthand what they need the most. Let’s network and celebrate leadership successes and glean the gifts of learning over the past two years!

Captains & Poets is based in Canada and is a Kindergarten to 12 program designed to help young people become the best, most authentic version of themselves by giving them an inner compass to help guide them. The program bridges Social Emotional Learning and Inclusion initiatives to support critical conversations around identity, wellbeing, leadership, self-leadership, and fostering a positive sense of agency in the world.

yLead, a registered charity based in Australia, believes in the collective power of young people and advocates passionately for experiences that empower them to positively contribute to their world. With over 30 years of experience, yLead offers tailored experiences that engage students in Year 5 – 12 in interactive leadership and positive education workshops. These workshops allow students to understand what it means to be a leader (with or without a badge) and provide opportunities for them to actively explore their own skills and strengths.


What: Live and interactive online webinar

When: Wednesday 15th June 5:30 – 6:15 pm EST / Thursday 16th June 7:30am – 8:15am AEST/ 9:30am – 10:15am NZST

Where: Zoom – Link provided in email prior to event.