On Wednesday, 9 October 2019 the YUVA Academy conducted a 4-hour session on Corporate Leadership with 19 staff members of the Indian Oil Mauritius Limited (IOML).
IOML was incorporated in Mauritius in 2001 and began physical operation in 2004. IOML has, over the years, positioned itself as the leading supplier of Jet Fuel in Mauritius. Within a short span of time, it has become the most preferred aviation fuel supplier in Mauritius, servicing at present nearly two-third of the total aviation fuel supplies in Mauritius. The company caters to the supply of fuel for all major International and Domestic Airlines in Mauritius.
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YUVA Executive Director, Krishna Athal had the privilege to be invited by the Jankidevi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies (JDBIMS), SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai to give a guest lecture on leadership.
People are not born leaders but can be trained and developed into good influential individuals with strong leadership skills. There is a leader in each one of us.
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Today, the YUVA Academy launched the first session of its sixth cohort for The Entrepreneurial Mindset (TEM) and Leadership for Social Change (LSC) programmes with 42 aspiring entrepreneurs and leaders.
Mr Kris Padayachy, the trainer for the entrepreneurship programme, started this first session with a brief introduction of himself and then of the missions and visions of YUVA and the YUVA Academy. He then gave the opportunity to each participant to introduce themselves and express their reasons behind attending the entrepreneurship programme. This allowed the participants to get to know and be at ease to communicate and interact with each other.
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YUVA, one of the largest and most active youth-led NGOs of Mauritius, joins YUVA Academy, its subsidiary for launching an intensive free leadership programme for secondary school students of Zone 2.
Designed for a 12-hour duration, this leadership programme challenges secondary school students to apply learning using a realistic simulation, based on real-world leadership experiences.
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