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Passport to Leadership 1: Foundations of Leadership

September 06, 2016
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Make connections with other students and increase your personal effectiveness! Spaces fill quickly, so register soon!

The following program will be offered in the Fall 2016 term:

PASSPORT TO LEADERSHIP (P2L) 1: Foundations in Leadership
Passport to Leadership 1 is a series of six interactive workshops that introduce a broad range of relevant leadership topics that will help you discover your own leadership potential. This program is your first step to getting involved with leadership opportunities on campus and in the community. 

Find out more about the program at www.sfu.ca/students/get-involved/programs-and-opportunities/passport-to-leadership-1.

  • Start date: September 26th, 2016
  • Deadline to register: September 16th 2016
  • Cost: $75
  • Register here 

PASSPORT TO LEADERSHIP (P2L) 2: Exploring the Leader in You
Passport to Leadership 2 allows you to dig deep and explore who you are in relation to others and build your self-awareness - the foundation of leadership, communication, and collaboration. 

In order to take P2L 2, you must have successfully completed P2L 1. Learn more about Passport to Leadership 2 at www.sfu.ca/students/get-involved/programs-and-opportunities/passport-to-leadership-2/ 

The Passport to Leadership program is built on the philosophy that self-awareness is the foundation of personal effectiveness. Learning to understand yourself better will help you to navigate your life's journey.  If you are ready to explore who you are and maximize your potential, then check out SFU's Passport to Leadership (P2L) programs. 

Passport to Leadership is a suite of co-curricular personal development programs offered in four sections: 

  • P2L 1 – Foundations in Leadership
  • P2L 2 – Exploring the Leader in You
  • P2L 3 – Leadership in Action
  • P2L 4 – Service Based Leading and Learning

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