JCI Malta has announced the launch of this year’s Leaders of Tomorrow sessions, aimed at empowering the next generation of leaders in Malta.

Leaders of Tomorrow will serve as a vibrant platform for youth to participate in profound discussions, gain valuable insights from seasoned leaders, and obtain the skills needed to deal with day-to-day challenges and to create positive change within their communities and beyond.

Through six interactive workshops, participants will have the chance to enhance their leadership capabilities, learn about professional coping mechanisms, and exchange ideas with like-minded peers passionate about driving positive change.

“We are excited to have launched this year’s Leaders of Tomorrow as part of our ongoing commitment to empower young leaders and change-makers in Malta,” said Florence Vermeiren, National President of JCI Malta. “With this platform for knowledge-sharing, skill-building, and collaboration, we aim to inspire the new generation with the tools and confidence needed to create a better future for our society.”

The first session of Leaders of Tomorrow will take place on 15th May at The Leadership Hub in Sliema, with five more sessions planned throughout the year. The sessions are open to anyone willing to gain control over their professional life, from young professionals and entrepreneurs, to students, and anyone passionate about leadership and community development.

The sessions are brought by UP Your Level and will be presented by UP’s CEO and head coach Julian Azzopardi as well as coach Daphne Grech Cumbo. UP Your Level Malta provides leadership coaching & mentoring, HR support services, corporate wellness services and an online training academy.

The sessions are free for JCI members and cost € 25 per session for non-members.

For more information and to sign up, click here.

JCI Malta is supported by its Corporate Partners UP Your Level, JPA, JA Malta, Finex and Vibe FM.


Charles Xuereb / Trident Estates Annual Report

Firms not offering flexibility find it difficult to recruit and retain employees, says Trident Estates CEO

30 May 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

Charles Xuereb notes that the office environment has an impact on corporate culture and lifestyles tenants want to promote.

‘Technology is changing at a rapid pace, so staying at the forefront means we need to adapt’ – BMIT CEO

30 May 2024
by Helena Grech

As the leading local technology company shares its financial results for 2023, CEO Christian Sammut attests that forward-looking plans for ...

Medserv and Regis ‘have forged a powerful alliance,’ says CEO

30 May 2024
by Robert Fenech

The company is celebrating 50 years from the founding of Medserv

‘Past year was predominantly marked by growing competitive pressures,’ says Farsons CEO

30 May 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

During the financial year ended 31st January 2024, Farsons Group’s pre-tax profit rose by 4.9% to €16.1 million.

Close Bitnami banner