ENSPIRED LEADER PROGRAM
AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO YOUTH LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
"Leadership is unlocking people’s potential to become better." - Bill Bradley
Research shows that 'Top Achievers' are distinguished from the rest by certain attributes/skills, that drive them to embrace success. Youth who are empowered with these strategic skills focus on their ambitions, understand how to channel their energies more constructively on things that matter the most to their ambition and success.
Emerge as a Leader program is a unique program, designed to inculcate leadership skills in youth, combining classroom with on-the-job training. This innovative approach helps them practice leadership as they learn.
Our Youth Leaders have the clarity that learning is a constant process throughout your professional life, and it doesn’t stop when you’ve become a team leader. They also know that they inspire other students to perform better by mentoring and feedback and pass on the wisdom learned to other people.
The Emerge as a Leader program is by invitation only. Students must successfully complete pre-requisite courses to qualify for this program. The training includes 22 hours of classroom training and at least 20 hours of Internship. The individual components of the program are explained below.
We offer scientifically developed programs that result in instant success and lasting effect. At Enspire Academy we have mastered the art of coaching for success and eager to help you achieve your goal of bringing up responsible and successful individuals.
Enspire Academy also offers individualized one-on-one coaching to teens and adults. Enspire Academy has the reputation for using creative techniques and coaching methodologies to achieve outstanding results in a short span of time.
“I so appreciated Priya’s style as she helped me with business goal setting. Her kind, but direct, approach worked well for me as she mentored me while developing my own coaching practice. It was amazing how much work I was able to accomplish after her sessions.”
- Cathy Wardzala