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CCIVS New Training Course on Leadership
Published : 20/06/17

CCIVS is now launching its brand new training course sharing the 70 years experience of the network in the field of global education. We are creating high quality learning process for people who seek for advanced personal and professional development. The complete learning cycle is built up by different training modules which are constantly being developed based on learning needs of professional and international trends. Locations of the training courses by time will spread around the whole world.

Now it is your chance to apply for the first module of the training series!

Leadership from Inside-out – Being an Exemplary Leader for Intercultural Teams
20 – 26 March 2018 Hollókő, Hungary


Who is this course for?
“Leadership from Inside-out” is a training course for trainers, facilitators, youth workers, youth leaders, educators and teachers, who actively work with international / intercultural groups, who want to enable individuals to reach their full potential and who, above all, are keen on developing themselves as the kind of leader that makes a real difference.

What will you be doing in the 5-day programme?
You will undergo an intensive experience-based programme that will enable you to explore key leadership and cultural concepts and theories (e.g. situational leadership, Hoefstede’s cultural dimension theory) and their associated skills (e.g. observation, feedback, active listening).

There are mainly three main elements that we expect you to have
in mind:
One, that you should be ready, open and committed to explore
within yourself at a deep level, however challenging the journey may get;
Two, that you are also responsible for other participants’ learning
and growth, not just your own; and
Three, that you come with an intention to make a real difference when you go back to your organisation or community. Your learning and transformation should be evident from the way you lead future projects or teams.

During the training, you will explore:

  • leadership concepts and theories
  • leading and being lead
  • group dynamics
  • trust in team members
  • self-confidence and being/talking in front of the group
  • intercultural learning
  • giving and receiving feedback
  • observing and being observed

400 € for people with paid jobs
360 € for students and people with no paid jobs
60 € for CCIVS members (limited, 4 places available)

The contribution covers the following costs:

It does not cover the travel costs, visa and insurance.
This training is not funded by Erasmus+ or any other grant.

If you wish to apply, fill in the online registration form:

Please note that only complete registration forms are taken into consideration. Please wait for confirmation
before you book your tickets. After confirmation 200 € has to be paid by bank transfer. After confirmation 200 € has to be paid by bank transfer. The minimum number of participants are 20 people. Once we have 20 application we make a final confirmation.
For people who need visa we issue the invitation letter after the minimum number of candidates (20 people)
is complete.

If you are still deciding whether now is the right time to attend the training, or you have specific questions about it, you are welcome to write to

If you are still deciding whether now is the right time to attend the training, or you have specific questions about it, you are welcome to write to

The Facilitators / Trainers


Linda LAM                                                          Bogdan Imre

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