The Next Generations Leaders (NGL) will be holding forums on business sustainability, social responsibility, and happiness for the students of various private and public schools from November 27 to December 30, 2019, with seasoned international speakers coming from as far as Italy and Bhutan.
The event is entitled “Next Generation Leaders Forum” and will be held at the Las Piñas East National High School, Asia Pacific College, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Repubic Central Colleges, and De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde. Its chief aim is to provide the students with an opportunity to learn from experts, brainstorm their ideas, and voice their opinions through healthy discourse.
Over the course of the forum, international youth leaders from the Philippines, Italy, and Bhutan will impart to the students their knowledge and experiences in their respective fields through presentations and panel discussions.
The first speaker, Italian businessman Giuseppe Ferrara, will talk about how to measure success in economy and tourism. He will also tackle business sustainability, innovations, leadership styles, and management of an organization.
The second speaker, Filipino social entrepreneur Aries Balanay, is known for his participation in several socially-inclined Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) including the Rotary Club of Intramuros and Junior Chamber Makati. He will be tackling the importance of social responsibility, social policies, among others.
Lastly, Bhutanese international motivational speaker Rigzin Regal will discuss the importance of happiness among the youth, the methods of achieving it, as well as the underlying causes of unhappiness.
The event is supported by WhenInManila.com, Young Entrepreneurs Association (PYEA), Truth Advocates Youth Organization (TAYO), Zonta Club of Las Piñas, International Academy for Continuous Education (IACE), Rotary Club of Intramuros, Folium Multimedia Productions, Lido Sabbia D’Oro beach club, and Metro Manila Jaycee Senate Inc.
The Next Generation Leaders is a nonprofit organization composed of young leaders ages 18 to 40 who are engaged in creating sustainable programs that create positive impact on local and overseas communities. Its mission is to hone leaders of the next generation and stimulate their commitment to making the world better.