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Hosting the FOBISIA Student Leaders

12 October 2015

This year the British International School HCMC had the pleasure of hosting some of the finest young minds in South East Asia for the FOBISIA Student Leadership Conference.

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On the 18th and 19th of September 2015, fifty-seven students from sixteen schools gathered at our Secondary School Campus to discuss Ethical Leadership. It proved to be a thought provoking topic that stretched our delegates from the outset.

With a variety of talks, workshops and guest speakers, such as organisational coach Clive Leach, the two day conference proved a rewarding one for all of those involved. Students were asked to consider the dangers of leadership, leadership styles, moral purpose and how to hone their listening skills. Each challenge provided these potential future change makers with the opportunity to broaden their leadership skills.

The conference offered plenty of opportunity for students, parents and teachers to share the work going on in schools around the region. Our student leaders certainly seized the opportunity to learn from their peers, as did our guests.

Here are some of the highlights from the two day conference: