Curriculum: Focuses on the difference between effective and enduring leaders through value-based leadership skills.
Goals: Provide athletes with the skills necessary to plan two SMART (Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Trackable) goals, make a strategic planning worksheet, track progress on goals, and identify a mentor to help with the process.
Friday November 10, 2017 Start time 1:00 pm End time 5:00 pm
Curriculum: Special Olympics Mission Statement and facts review; further ideas on speech writing; specific types of speaking engagements, including emceeing an event, accepting a gift, and introducing speakers.
Goals: Provide athletes with the additional skills necessary to become an effective representative for Special Olympics at a variety of events and at a variety of levels.
Who should attend?
All athletes who are interested in representing Special Olympics Maryland and their home county or program as a public speaker, emcee or presenter in their community and at a state level. Athletes must have previously attended and completed the Beginner Global Messenger course and all its requirements.
Saturday November 11, 2017 Start time 8:00 am End time 12:00 pm
Curriculum: Microsoft PowerPoint use and practice in completing a presentation.
Goals: Provide athletes with the skills necessary to make PowerPoint presentations on their own in their roles of Global Messengers or Governance members.
Athletes must have their own computer with PowerPoint on it in order to participate.
Saturday November 11, 2017 Start time 1:00 pm End time 5:00 pm
Special Olympics Maryland requires that all athletes attending Athlete Leadership Training must attend with a mentor.
Please register at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ALPSU2017
Questions? Email Jason Schriml at email@example.com
This article was written by Special Olympics Maryland