This role does not exist in all city-teams.
To make sure all participants and pioneers at our Future Leaders programs get personal follow up, development and empowerment we aim to provide, we have personal team challengers. As a challenger you are responsible for challenging and assuring the development of both the participants and pioneers on your team. Each challenger will simultaneously be working with two pioneers and their groups. The challenger role is an amazing experience and a unique way to gain and develop real life leadership skills. As we aim to provide the highest quality possible, all challengers will attend a development program together with the pioneers.
- Leadership development skills
- Coaching skills
- Insight in the development of the future of education
- A free one - year challenger development program
- To pay it forward; developing new Future Leaders pushing the world in the right direction.
- Real life leadership experience.
- A big nordic network with the top talents in each city.
You commit to
- Participate at the challenger development program
- Being a challenger at 6 gatherings from September - March
- Following up your pioneers between each gathering. (Expect 6 hours per month)
- Joining debrief and prepping sessions. ( Expect 7 hours per month)
Are you the right candidate?
- A challenger leads him/herself and others in a way that creates positive change in the group as a whole and for the individuals in the group
- A challenger is able to facilitate and coach a group without compromising his/her own well-being
- A challenger is able to solve unexpected situations, see their own limitations and is not afraid to ask for advice / help
- A challenger creates a feeling of security for the participants through their actions and their way of communicating
- A challenger challenges him-/herself, the pioneers and the participants positively throughout the year and contributes to a platform where the pioneers and participants can grow and develop themselves
- A challenger is a role model through practicing self-leadership