Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Leader?

A Leader Is One Who Has The Courage To Step Forward To Do What Is Necessary Regardless Of How Unpopular Or Difficult It May Be.

What sets the best leaders apart is not their intellectual superiority, their charismatic charm or their strategic thinking.

It is their qualities of authenticity, trustworthiness, clarity of purpose, courage and resilience to do that which is essential.

Regardless of age, position or background, everyone can be a catalyst for positive change in the community, workplace, society and beyond.

To all the young people, it’s time you step out and lead with confidence!

At the ‘World’s Top 100 Young Leaders Forum’, you
will be challenged to assume your leadership roles
as well as develop essential

leadership values.

Over three intensive days at the heart of The University of Oxford, the number one leading university in the world1, you will walk in the footsteps of great world leaders, talented men and women who have studied or taught at the University throughout its history.

The University had produced leaders like Indira Gandhi, Benazir Bhutto, Jane Goodall Stephen Hawking, 28 British Prime Ministers, more than 30 international leaders, 55 Nobel Prize winners, and 120 Olympic medal winners the list goes on.

The forum will be an excellent and unique occasion for you to learn, to dialogue and also to network with like-minded leaders from around the world, on the historic grounds of Christchurch Oxford College, Oxford Examination Hall, and Oxford Town Hall.

The World’s Top 100 Young Leaders Forum will also give you the opportunity to discover and develop your leadership qualities and how to expand your influence.

Are you ready to enlarge your vision and to build unshakeable confidence in your ability to make positive changes in the world around you?

We’re here for a reason. I believe a bit of the reason is to throw little torches out to lead people through the dark.

Whoopi Goldberg