Leadership

Social Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Excellence Program

The program covers:

Introductions, managing expectations and team-building exercise activities.

How to communicate with others to reach a mutually beneficial  goal.

What is media?

 

Defining and explaining the differences between verbal communication and body language, through telephone, the Internet, and using social media. A workshop for understanding the importance of first impressions: what am I showing and signalling to someone who just met me – appearance, voice, tone, attire, way of walking, and more. In addition, we will discuss tough questions which force participants to think critically of the world around us. Direct Communication – This form of communication plays a central role in our lives for sending and receiving messages from those we communicate with in order to achieve a common goal.

Can also change this to ‘common’ but I wrote is more identical to the Hebrew version.

Discussing self-identity and how others identify you . When am I truly ‘me?’ What is expected of me as a leader?

What is expected of a leader? Being a catalyst for change. Do I have a responsibility to bring about change? If so, what is the extent of that responsibility?

 

Vision and values are the foundation of every successful organization and project.

Exploring the meaning of equality, comparing yourself to others and how it impacts self-image, motivation and the path to success

How to communicate with others effectively to achieve a common goal

How to be a leader, not just a follower – practical and pragmatic leadership skills

Using Strategic planning for success in personal life, education, and in your professional future

The art of persuasion and the ability to deliver messages in a succinct and effective way.

Tactics and practical skills

Affecting conscious thinking by utilizing the subconscious. There is often a difference between both the content and the message as well as what we see through our eyes and what we perceive.

Direct communication which enables us to achieve common goals.

What is presenting – acquiring the practical skills necessary to create and deliver a presentation.

How to construct a convincing speech, practicum in writing and presenting a speech using proper spoken and body language.

Target Demographic

Students in 8th - 12th grade.
Up to 25 youth in a group.

Scope of the Course

25 sessions, each 2 hours long
Total of 50 academic hours

Economic and Social Leadership

Young people dream, execute, and do business

The course is intended for students who wish to gain an understanding of economics, financial markets and entrepreneurship and who wish to get a small taste the subjects they will pursue later on in their higher education studies.

The lessons include current examples from leading economic news press, use of online  multimedia resources, stock market tracking, company analysis, events, and more.

  • Providing deep understanding of the business and management world.
  • Essential micro and macro economic concepts and learning how to analyze their economic processes in the Israeli economy and more.
  • Providing tools for understanding financial instruments and the Israeli and international financial stock markets.
  • Introduction to basic finance concepts.
  • Introduction to basic marketing concepts.
  • Introduction to concepts and skills for operational management theory.
  • Introduction to organizational behavior concepts.
  • How to use successful entrepreneurial thinking together with practical skills.
  • Intelligent and correct consumerism and economic behavior.

Target Demographic

Students in 8th - 12th grade.
Up to 25 youth in a group.

Scope of the Course

25 sessions, each 2 hours long .
Total of 50 academic hours

Making a difference - social leadership of the next generation

Community Start-Up

Making a difference - social leadership of the next generation

The Vision

Developing  social entrepreneurial thinking amongst today’s youth.

Values

  • Love to your fellow man - tolerance and acceptance of others.
  • The value of a delegation - caring, involvement and volunteering.
  • Excellence
  • Creativity.
  • Professionalism and quality of work.
  • Self actualization.
  • The power of teamwork.

Program Topics

  • What is expected of me as a leader in order to bring about change?

    Being a catalyst for change – how to bring about change in a community.

    Personal styles and communication styles – Characterizing your own personal communication style.

    Thinking outside the box.

    Developing personal responsibility, independence and values.

    Principles of social and business entrepreneurship.

    Discussing a variety of challenging social issues.

    Fundraising.

    Succeeding by using vision and values – Vision and core values as the basis of every successful organization and project.

    Locating social enterprise – business models as strategic tools for success in personal life, higher education, and the professional future.

  • What is entrepreneurism? Introduction to principles of entrepreneurship.

    Who is an entrepreneur? What qualities do they need to develop? What need does entrepreneurship meet?

    Parameters for success and excellence.

    Successful presentation – presenting a business idea in a concise manner.

    Negotiation, body language and interpersonal communication. Presenting in public, teamwork, etc.

    Business Plan – principles, structure and practicum.

    Business writing – how to formulate and present business documents (documents, presentations, etc.), includes both learning and hands-on frameworks.

    Role playing – Identifying the rules of the business world.

    Lecture by a guest entrepreneur.

  • Introductory class – and a bit about economics, game theory and thinking outside the box.

     

    Basic concepts in management, different approaches to management, what it means to be a “manager,” the manager as a leader.

     

    Organizational management – defining goals and objectives in the organization, organizational strategy, planning, operating, controlling, preparing work plans and budget.

     

    Defining clear and realistic goals. Smart planning, milestones, and setting an order of priorities.

     

    Becoming familiar with an applied model for goal-oriented management – defining a clear and realistic goal, examining the marketing concept.

     

    Management styles and leadership – personal styles, different management styles and their impact on employee motivation for achievement and excellence.

     

    How to lead people successfully – understanding the different factors which motivate people.

     

    Facing challenges.

     

    Time management – understanding the difference between urgent and important, who are “time thieves”, and tips for correctly self-manage.

     

Target Demographic

Students in 9th - 12th grade.
Up to 23 youth in a group.

Scope of the Course

A total of of 75 academic hours
And 25 additional academic hours
For the project management

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