With aiesec - is a podcast about youth leadership. Created by youth for youth, the podcast explores what does it mean to be a young leader and how young people can develop their leadership.
We believe that leadership is the fundamental solution for a better world and it can be developed in anyone - and this is exactly the challenge we embark on together with our host Lenny who invites young leaders, from all walks of life to the show to prove that leadership does come in all forms, shapes and sizes and it can, indeed, be developed in anyone.
#FutureProof through finding your Sweet Spot
In the second episode of #FutureProof, Mohamed speaks with Saleema Vellani, an award-winning serial entrepreneur, keynote speaker, professor and author. Saleema emerged from a crisis as an entrepreneur, and now she shares her story about how she found her sweet spot that launched a successful career. Hear her break down the future of entrepreneurship, what kind of skills she's developed and used during the pandemic and also talk about her self-care routine.Music by DJ Nobrauws.
#FutureProof through Creative Resilience
The pandemic has changed the world as we know it, even more so for young college students, especially the ones studying abroad. How has the education industry changed? What is the future of learning? What skills do young people need in the future? What responsibilities do the privileged people have? In the first episode of #FutureProof, our new host Mohamed speaks with Dr. Anne Dalhman, Interim Dean of Global Education at Minnesota State University, Mankato to answer these questions, and more. Music by DJ Nobrauws.
The AIESEC Podcast is back with a new season! This time, we want listeners to understand and learn the mindset you need as a young person to prosper and thrive. Simply, how to be future-proof.
Leadership is also about taking responsibility
This is part 2 of Harriets and Lenny conversation. Leadership is also about taking responsibility as an individual to build a more sustainable world. Harriet explains how important young people protesting, demanding institutions to be more sustainable, and choosing the right products in the supermarket is for fighting climate change. Music by DJ Nobrauws.
Leadership is also about persistence
Harriet Lamb, former CEO of FairTrade International, International Alert, and now at Ashden, sits down with Lenny to talk about her long leadership journey in the non-profit world. They talk about the power of protesting, how consumers can drive real change with small effort and the connection between conflict and climate change. Music by DJ Nobrauws.
Leadership is also about building the future
“Leadership is also about building the future” - showcasing how youth leadership means consciously working on building a better future for the generations to come. Kelly Lovell achieved incredible things at a young age already. Founded her own start ups, 3 TED talks, joined the G7 G20 and United Nations as a policy advisor, published her on book and met the Queen. What is driving her? What How can other young people get this drive? And what role does leadership play?
Find out more about Kelly on her website https://kellyalovell.com/
Join Kelly at the YOUNGA Forum https://bridgingthegapventures.com/younga-forum/
Curious about more leadership? Attend our free Global Leadership Day and sign up at: www.global-leadership-day.com.
Music by DJ Nobrauws.
Love it ❤️
Awesome to hear such inspiring storys by people of our generation.
Great to listen to young people!
Go on and build a better world!
Very nice, uncensored storytelling that gave me an in-depth insight into what volunteering can be like including all its ups and downs.