Your Students today…Leaders tomorrow through Coaching Techniques Download the flyer of the project in pdf format
La scorsa settimana a Trieste si è tenuto l’annuale AGM AISLI (Associazione Italiana Scuola di Lingue). Il meeting, dedicato all’avvenire dell’insegnamento delle lingue, ha celebrato un importante traguardo: i 40 anni di attività e di lavoro dell’associazione per elevare gli standard di qualità e di professionalità delle scuole di lingue! L’Assemblea Generale si è chiusa con l’intervento della nostra Direttrice Palmina La Rosa che ha presentato il percorso di coaching dedicato ai teenagers “Your students today…leaders tomorrow” che mette al centro le soft skills del 21° secolo necessarie per affermarsi nel panorama universitario e lavorativo.
Lo scorso 7 novembre si è tenuta la prima sessione del Teacher Training interno del percorso “Your Students today…Leaders tomorrow” per i docenti di Giga International House Catania. Il percorso prevede la formazione dei docenti in funzione dell’implementazione delle tecniche di leadership nelle classi teens dell’anno scolastico 2019/2020. Clicca qui per scaricare la presentazione pdf.
Article by by Daniel Bortz, Monster contributor – link You’ve got a reputation for being the best coder/editor/mechanic/whatever, but it amounts to little if you don’t work well with others. Some of the most important professional skills for workers and employers alike simply can’t be taught in a classroom or measured on paper. These traits are called soft skills and they’re more crucial to your job search and overall career than you think. What are soft skills? Unlike hard skills, which can be proven and measured, soft skills are intangible and difficult to quantify. Some examples of soft skills include...
Effective communication is one of the key skills in leadership. In order to inspire and motivate others, what we say is important, as well as how we say it. So we spend considerable amounts of time going over presentations, speeches, planning conversations out ahead of time. What many fail to take into account, however, is the importance of nonverbal communication.
“Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower."- Steve Jobs
What really makes a leader? Is it a title? Authority? Seniority? Having employees, followers? Reaching milestones at work, having a higher salary, having a team to give orders to?
We have discussed some of the most crucial skills for any leader in previous articles, but now we need to focus on what really makes a leader or a follower. Leadership and followership truly are mindsets which need to be explored in order to fully understand.
Confidence is one of the most important characteristics of successful leaders, but it is one that many young leaders lack. Self-confidence is as fundamental to success as it is essential when making tough decisions. It is a quality that can’t be acquired by thinking about it, yet is vital to becoming a leader.