Tag: Leadership

Should we be allowed to choose our own titles?

Captain of Moonshots. Godmother of Wishes. These are just a few people you could be working with in the near future. If you believe rethinking your moniker on the job is pushing creativity to the max, then what do you think about these inventive titles? more

Tags: This Week in Young Leaders, Millennials, Generation Y, Generation X, career, job, title, position, names, Work, Leadership, creativity, social media, blog, the y, YMCA, Community, college, teen, student

Making a Difference in Uruguay Pt. 3: Nate

This is an ongoing series as told by a group of young leaders who visited Uruguay to help make a difference at the Y and surrounding communities. This is Nate's trip. His words. His story. 

This past summer, I was selected, along with ten other teens, to travel to Uruguay as a part of a leadership program with my YMCA camp, Camp Becket-Chimney Corners. more

Tags: This Week in Young Leaders, Uruguay, international, Millennials, Generation Y, Generation X, Leadership, friends, friendship, campers, camp, world service, service learning, the y, YMCA

What Makes a 21st-Century Leader Great?

We're only 14 years in, but let's not let that hold us back from defining what it takes to be a great leader in the 21st Century. Some say you have to be bold, stand and deliver, and bring out the best in everyone. Others make the case that it's being an optimist, fun and jovial to be around, and able to liven up any situation when things are looking down.  more

Tags: This Week in Young Leaders, Leadership, leader, Millennials, Generation Y, Generation X, the y, YMCA, college, teens, students, School, career, vision, inspiration

Making a Difference in Uruguay Pt. 1: Danny

This is an ongoing series as told by a group of young leaders who visited Uruguay to help make a difference at the Y and surrounding communities. This is Danny's trip. His words. His story. 

On one cold August morning, my fellow campers and I woke up and drove from the YMCA in Montevideo, Uruguay to the neighborhood La Cachimba, which is just outside of the city. La Cachimba is one of the neighborhoods of Plan Juntos, a plan to revitalize and build housing in neighborhoods across the country. more

Tags: This Week in Young Leaders, Uruguay, world service, global education, service learning, youth, Leadership, Education, Change, the y, YMCA

Can I Wear White After Labor Day?

Well, yeah, you can. Especially if you're donning all white and doing The Color Run™. But don't forget that you can get in shape for this variegated race by following our other blog, This Week in Runners, to pick up on some tips to cross the finish line with flying colors. more

Tags: This Week in Young Leaders, charity, So Much More, giving, volunteers, races, competition, Runners, young leaders, Leadership, the y, YMCA, Labor Day, holiday

How Much Sleep Do You Need?

You just crammed for an all-nighter before a big test tomorrow. Maybe it's Sunday night, and you're lying in bed wide awake at 3 in the morning when your alarm for work's going to go off at 7. Or perhaps you just stepped off a plane and no matter how you adjusted the head rest or your neck pillow, you still couldn't get more than two hours of shut eye. Just how much sleep do we need to be productive and lead a well-rested life? more

Tags: This Week in Young Leaders, sleep, healthy, rest, Relaxation, Leadership, Millennials, Generation Y, Generation X, the y, YMCA

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