Leigh is originally from the United Kingdom but has spent the vast majority of his adult life living and working abroad. After completing his education, he left his home country for Greece, and later moved to Prague, Czech Republic where he gained employment with Mckinsey & Company. In 2013, Leigh turned his attention to working with non-profits whilst also gaining qualifications in environmental conservation in South Africa. He later went on to lead the communications and development of a humanitarian organisation based in rural Rwanda, and served as a guardian and mentor to at-risk teenagers during the few years he spent there. Leigh is also a fully certified field guide and has led numerous safaris across southern and eastern Africa. His passions include wildlife conservation, youth development, and photography. You can visit his website for more information and interesting stories.
Can you imagine how your life might be without your best friend? Who would listen to all of your terrible jokes or have your back any time you got into trouble? As humans, we rely heavily on friends for support, companionship and even when we want to kick back and have some fun. In fact, whether in social or professional spheres, it is generally accepted that forming strong bonds and partnerships with one another can often bring about positive results. But did you know that throughout the animal kingdom such partnerships are also formed, and not just within a single species?
The Youth International Summer School in Shanghai is just a few weeks away and we are excited to publish the latest article interviewing one of our workshop trainers, Ms. Caroline Wabara. An expert in marketing, Ms. Wabara will be travelling all the way from Nigeria to share her knowledge and experience with participants at the event.
With the Youth International Summer School in Shanghai drawing closer, Youth Time International Movement are excited to invite experts and participants from all over the globe to share their knowledge, ideas, and experiences. One of these experts is an entrepreneur, coach, and speaker for more than ten years Mr. Sven Anger. His first encounter with performance and the human ecology was at the Olympic Training Center for Judo in Leipzig, Germany. Afterwards Sven worked in finance and in management for a global logistics company. Along the way he dove into the arts attending the renowned Strasberg Theater & Film Institute in New York to study drama and find a second home on stage in London and Berlin. He founded ANGER COACHING in 2007 and has conducted hundreds of seminars and coaching sessions to help people make most of their potential. Sven focuses on working with entrepreneurs and leaders from all over the globe. Mr. Anger will be delivering his workshop on the topic, “The Ecology of Leadership”. This interview aims to provide Youth International Summer School participants with added insight and understanding as to what they can expect from Sven’s workshop, in addition to learning how to best prepare for the event.
Earlier in the Fantastic Beasts series, we introduced you to some the big cats of this world and provided advice on where to best see them in the wild. This week, we take a closer look at the largest canids that roam the mountains, forests and valleys across the globe.
In the past few weeks, wildlife enthusiast Leigh Woods has introduced you to some of the planet’s most weird and wonderful creatures and provided tips on where to spot them in their natural habitat.
Following on from his previous articles in this series, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time and David Attenborough wannabe provides information on another set of fantastic beasts and where to find them.
As the Youth International Summer School in Shanghai is now less than two months away, Youth Time International Movement are gearing up to welcome the experts and participants that will be travelling from all over the globe to share their knowledge, ideas, and experiences with one another. To get participants in the mood for the event we begin to interview the speakers and trainers who will pass on their expertise and advice to participants at the event. One of these experts is Dr. Oualid Ali.
In last week’s article in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them series, we stepped away from the dry lands of our planet and plunged into the rivers, seas and oceans that cover over 70% of the Earth’s surface.
In the past few weeks, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time has introduced you to some of the most iconic species of mammals that walk the planet. So far, we’ve already taken a closer look at the bears, big cats, and great apes of this world, but now we step away from the dry lands comprising 30% of the Earth's surface and take a plunge into the deep blue.
Following on from the first two articles of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them where we took a closer look at the bears and big cats of our world, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time and wildlife boffin introduces us to our closest living relatives – the great apes!