This year, we are offering 10 lucky winners a “Leadership Ticket” to attend the SPARK Leadership Programme, which is conducted at Epsom College in Malaysia from 11 – 17 December 2016. Contestants who are eligible must be a Malaysian between 13 – 16 years old and is available for the entire duration of the programme.
To stand a chance to win, register above, and download & fill up the Terms & Conditions. Do remember to bring it with you for the SPARK Audition. Contestants will be required to give an “Elevator Pitch” (a 3 minute pitch) to a panel of judges, answering the following question:
“If you could change the world for one person, what would you do?”
The SPARK Audition will be held on 17 September 2016, 9am – 5pm, at the Leaderonomics Office. Details will be sent via email once your registration is confirmed. Do note that registration for the audition closes at 11:59pm, 15 September and only registered candidates will be able to participate in the audition.
PROGRAMME DETAILS: Once again, ECM Libra Foundation, Leaderonomics and Epsom College in Malaysia have teamed up to pull together the SPARK Leadership Programme. Developed by Leaderonomics, the programme will be experiential in nature. This includes projects, game-based learning, field trips, sports activities, engagement sessions, and leadership sharing by prominent Malaysian leaders. There will be numerous growth and development opportunities for the participants. Throughout the duration of this programme, the participants take residence in the boarding houses of the Epsom College in Malaysia. Epsom College has a state-of-the-art premise, with sports facilities, a swimming pool, a dance studio, fitness centre and more. This is where they will learn to live together and get along with people from different backgrounds and also learn to maximise their potential through developing skills, communicating and solving problems together. SPARK aims to achieve the following:
PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHT: LEAD Challenge
Through this programme, SPARK aims to help the participants develop their leadership attitude, self-awareness, critical and creative thinking, communication, and self-confidence. Here, the participants will be divided into teams, with each team allocated a sum of cash to design, develop, and execute a live community project during the duration of the programme. This challenge is specially designed to ensure that participants can confidently apply the things they have learnt throughout the programme, and are able to integrate these skills and principles into their personal leadership journey.