Hey youngster, do you often find yourself concerned about these questions:
What is my dream?
What holds me back?
How can I make a positive change for my life and in the world with what I love to do?
If the answer is yes, then you are the one who we are looking forward to working with. In this two-day workcamp, you can develop powerful skills to become a leader of your own life even more. No boring lectures, everything is learning by doing, using wisdom and powerful methodologies from around the globe.
There are very successful social entrepreneurs and trainers from around the world in the room to support you with that. Please find more details by clicking on proper titles below.
Nguyen Thu Trang: 0973739074 | firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information:
- Testimonials of participants in the first 2-day training facilitated by Henrik: http://leaderprogram.wordpress.com
- Video of I Commit – the first 2 day training: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kIhDy8FiJA
- Knowmads Hanoi: http://knowmadshn.csds.vn/main/category/blog/
- Eye Opener Works: http://www.eyeopenerworks.org/about-us/
Pictures of some programs done by CSDS or EyeOpenerWorks
A word from Henrik, the main facilitator and content designer
Many of us have dreams, but struggle to put them in practice. Most participants in our trainings have all these concerns and voices in their head that withhold them from doing what they really want. We are there to support them in listening to those voices and to it anyway.
One story I can share: a few years ago we had a young and rather shy adolescent in our traineeship. Extremely intelligent though, but he struggled with presenting himself. On Saturday evening we did a dancing exercise, he had never danced before. He almost fainted out of fair when he was asked to dance in the middle of the circle. Supported and comforted by the group he did it anyway. He kept on dancing until three o’clock in the morning that night. Soon afterwards he became the president of a new youth organization in The Netherlands, representing them also to a meeting of the United Nations. He’s no longer shy to show himself to the world. I also worked with many students who study something they don’t really like. They are afraid though that their parents will won’t support a change. We support them in creating clarity on what they really want and to ask supportHenrik Looij