The ISCBC Volunteer Mini Summit Series is a collection of inspiring participatory workshops that will empower volunteers to take action in their communities. Our volunteer team has made a remarkable impact in protecting habitats and landscapes across BC. These events will recognize their extraordinary contributions and provide them with the tools they need to support future community service projects.
Join us on January 25 for our second Mini-Summit: “Leadership as a Role, not a Job”. This event will feature expert personal development and leadership trainer, John Singleton, as he discusses the true meaning of being a leader – and how your actions can apply to your work in community service.
Highlights of the workshop include:
- What does being a leader look from my perspective.
- Defining what a leader is in your reality
- The influences you have
- The Impact you have
- Leadership styles and Statements
About the presenter: John Singleton is an expert in personal development, leadership, and training. John has been involved with all aspects of exploring and using people development and leadership training for more than 40 years.
While this session would normally have a registration fee, we are offering it for free to any registered ISCBC volunteer. Want to attend but aren’t yet a volunteer? Visit bcinvasives.ca/volunteer for more information.
Note: this event is open to all ISCBC volunteers.