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A-WOW IGLI Ambassadors Leadership and Development Institute

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Published on Apr 25, 2012

"Building Blocks of Success"

A-WOW IGLI Annual Spring and Summer Leadership and Development Institute covers a two-month span of personal leadership development. Twenty-five candidates are selected for each program and will spend time learning and developing leadership and interpersonal skills. Each program consist of orientation and registration, pre/post-assessments, mentoring and coaching, class assignments as well as, group projects and networking.

Our aim is to educate, empower, enable and enrich irrespective of social, religious or ethnic backgrounds. We provide innovative learning, education and leadership development through expert experiences and education of a higher quality.

The Institute learning objectives are to:
Identify, and empower potential leaders, from various schools, organizations and regions to assume active leadership roles throughout their community.

Promote and sustain dialogue among emerging community leaders.Offer an exceptional educational experience with an emphasis on leadership skills and development, multiculturalism, and crucial social and community issues.

Collaborate with universities, schools, employers and sponsoring organizations and help identify potential areas to form strategic alliances.

Provide opportunities for corporate/organizational community involvement and visibility.
The program is a starting point for girls and young women, who have shown leadership and initiative in their school, universities, communities or organizations, but have had rare opportunities to develop those skills.

http://igli.awow.us

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