Glenelg Football Club offers you the opportunity to participate in the Tigers’ Personal Leadership Program, commencing March 2021.
Attend the information session and find out more about the 16 week program, giving you the opportunity to become a personal leader and perform at your best both on and off the field. Places on the program are limited, and it is essential that all interested players attend the information session. Please register your details below to confirm your attendance.
Justin Scripps, Chief Executive Officer, Glenelg Football Club
A 16 week program which gets you certified as a personal leader, acquiring in-demand skills such as critical and creative thinking, communication, digital literacy and learning habits and attitudes to improve performance and lead yourself to success.
Over the 16 week program, allow up to 2 hours per week to make best use of the online platform’s eight modules – making this program entirely self-paced and fitting around your work and sport commitments!
The program modules are 100% online, which means all you need is access to a laptop or computer. As an added bonus of the Tigers Personal Leadership Program, you will access 8 group sessions and hear from some of the greats of the SANFL, learning how being a personal leader has helped them build a successful life.
We understand that you will have goals which are personal to you, so your coach will work with you one to one to help you build the habits and skills to achieve them. You will have the chance to take part in 4 x 30 minute private coaching sessions.
Get the skills and attitude needed to be at the top of your game!
The Tigers’ Personal Leadership Program, delivered in partnership with South Australia’s leading youth development organisation Youth Opportunities, is underpinned by a range of psychological theory, including cognitive-behaviour approaches, motivation, social learning theory and positive psychology. It is backed by Youth Opportunities success of delivering evidence based programs and services to more than 14,000 teenagers and young adults over the past 23 years.