Nelson Mandela Int’l Day: Leadership Webinar for Kids

Are leaders born or made?

We believe that all children have the potential to develop leadership skills. These skills are more evident in times such as this – times when we require that they exude resilience and confidence, enough to take on the reins of change.

It’s Nelson Mandela International Day on Saturday, 18th July 2020 and we invite tomorrow’s leaders to a Leadership Webinar as we instill in them, the right qualities to drive global change.

Mandela’s road to change was paved with enormous challenges, but he never gave up the fight. Through him, we learnt that driving change often causes sacrifice and pain. If it were easy and didn’t require tremendous backbone, everyone would be doing it, right? But just because you face difficulties and frustration doesn’t mean that what you are fighting for isn’t right.

Leadership instills confidence, enables children in solving problems creatively, and helps them work collaboratively with others. Developing Leadership Skills in children start with lots of love and building self-esteem.

Confirmed Speakers:

Jayne A., Founder of @fabmumng, a parenting and lifestyle resource site for millennial mums.

Doyin Obikanye, WIMBIZ Mentor, Certified Project Managerwith PMI, Pennysylvania, USA and Chairman, Aimee’s Library & Recreational Centre Advisory Board.

Bimbo Ajala, Youth Lead Ambassador, Social Entrepreneur, Media Personality & Founder, Lend a Hand for the Development of Africa Initiative.

More to be confirmed.

With our seasoned speakers and professionals, this is one event you don’t want your kids, preteens, teens and infact, the entire family to miss!

Date: Saturday, 18th July 2020

Time: 4pm prompt

Venue: Zoom

It’s FREE!!! But registration is required.

For further enquiries, please send an email to info@aimeeslibrary.com

Visit www.aimeeslibrary.com and connect with us on social media @aimeeslibrary for updates on all our activities.

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