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STUDENT LEADERSHIP. INAUGURAL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Opportunities & Challenges in Leading. Objectives of AGM. To take stock of leadership development from March 2010 – Oct 2010 To build shared vision amongst leaders To envision for 2011. Keynote Address -Mrs Jalil-Ong Suat Eng.

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Student leadership

STUDENT LEADERSHIP

INAUGURAL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Opportunities & Challenges in Leading


Objectives of agm

Objectives of AGM

  • To take stock of leadership development from March 2010 – Oct 2010

  • To build shared vision amongst leaders

  • To envision for 2011


Student leadership

Keynote Address

-Mrs Jalil-Ong Suat Eng


Student leadership

State of Term Report

- Mr Ng Teo Heng


Expanded opportunities

Expanded Opportunities


Expanded management roles

Expanded Management Roles


Results opportunities

Results - Opportunities

  • % of students agreeing that there are opportunities to be appointed as student leaders


Results satisfaction

Results - Satisfaction

  • % of student leaders satisfied with leadership training and development


Results role modelling

Results – Role Modelling

  • % of students perceiving student leaders as role models


Results aspirations

Results – Aspirations

  • % of students aspiring to be student leaders


Way forward

Way Forward

  • Sustain and increase opportunities

    • For non-student leaders

    • For existing student leaders

    • To emphasize our belief that all students are given leadership opportunities


Way forward1

Way Forward

  • Strengthen training and development programmes

    • Using Leadership Attainment Rubrics to measure, develop and assess leadership competencies


Way forward2

Way Forward

  • Increase platforms for decision making

    • Impart the use of Leadership Attainment Rubrics to all members of CCA/leadership group

    • More exposure and involvement in school-wide events


Way forward3

Way Forward

  • Build Aspirations

    • Through role-modelling and increased opportunities, inspire more students to take up the challenge to lead


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • To Engage

  • To Enrich

  • To Empower


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The End


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