Talk at Southwest Leadership Development Dialogue Session 2013

Talk at Southwest Leadership Development Dialogue Session 2013

I was greatly honoured to be invited by Mr Richard Lim (Principal of ACS (Pri & Barker) as a Guest Speaker this afternoon at their Part 1 out of 3 Leadership Development Dialogue Sessions 2013. The topic of the session was Navigating Change and it was clear to me how these leaders of our Education system are serious and dedicated to improve the quality of Generation Z and prepare them for the real world, hopefully more so through vocational experiences rather than going through case studies in their classrooms!

I sincerely wish all these future change makers success in their endeavors as motivating young people is not an easy feat! Remember to stay Adaptable, go back to the Basics, meander through Crises, learn how to cut your losses through Diversification and lastly Evolve as a victor in this ever changing world!

xoxo

St Anthony’s Primary School

Thank you St Anthony’s Primary School for embarking on their P3 Learning Journey with us yet again this year! Most teachers have feedback that the most enjoyable part is still the Hands on the Frog station. Frog feeding session comes next. We’ll likely extend the duration of this tour to better cope with the needs of these energetic froglets! Thanks again for the continuous support!

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Maris Stella High School

indeed lives up to its name. The boys were a stellar bunch and were in extremely high spirits when they thronged the frog farm!! It was a jam-packed 3 hours session with over 300 boys. Boys being boys, bound to be bouncing and hopping everywhere! Hope they are still able to retain the knowledge they have learnt here!!

It is never too late

to document a journey.

But also, it is because of this interesting place an job that it is worth recording:)

There is no greater joy than being a ‘froggy-guide’ when the kids visit the farm!

Stay tuned to more updates from the farmers!