Student Workshops

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Leadership in Business

Student leadership

Our Student Leadership workshops introduce students to the principles of leadership, and then work on the practicalities of what this means in a school. The workshops cover the four cornerstones of leadership: vision, values, passion and people skills. Each student then gets the time and opportunity to practice some of the practical skills that are required to lead effectively. This is done through interactive leadership games.

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The principles of leadership
  • Defining leadership and why it’s necessary
  • The characteristics of good leaders
  • The different styles of leadership
The cornerstones of leadership
  • Vision
  • Values (often includes work on deriving a statement of the group’s core values)
  • Passion
  • People Skills
The art and skills of leadership
  • Communicating – Listening, clarifying, informing, persuading, directing
  • Motivating – Influencing, challenging, inspiring
  • Managing – Problem solving, scheduling, delegating, fire fighting
  • Enabling – Removing barriers, providing resources
  • Supporting – Serve to lead



  • Leadership skills
  • Confidence
  • Communication skills
  • Problem solving

Thriving at university

Our Surviving University workshops introduce students to the key skills needed to get the most out of their time at university. The workshop is broken down into two main areas: living better and working better. The living better section covers moving away from home, seizing the day and managing your money. The working better section covers how to pace your work, university motivation and how to take good notes.