First Entries would like to thank all our partners and families for supporting the team throughout the year. Starting a business has not been easy, but the experiences we created for the children are memorable and we wish to continue offering our knowledge on sport and leadership to the London community.
In September, we began offering our very first diving and leadership program. From that day, we visited Windsor for a fun day then attended our very first local diving competition.
In March, our first group of leaders raised over $300 for equipment and a charity of their choice. We are very...
Youth leadership development is a concept tackled by various organizations to help individuals build a base of leadership skills, prepare for jobs, and gain work experience.
One of the challenges Bo noticed in working environments is the difficulty for individuals to transition from a follower to leader mindset. Youth often look to their teammates for guidance although they are trained in the same environment. They lack confidence in the abilities they learn which can become a risk when they are instructing.
First Entries finds this barrier as an opportunity to...
First Entries teaches leadership in order to enhance the sport experience of children and youth. Developing relationships is a skill Bo would like youth to learn before working in the sport industry. Relationship-building can be learned at any age whether it is developed with peers, coaches, parents, or business partners. Our team prepares children with skills to communicate when they are unfamiliar in a new environment or a problem they cannot solve on their own.
At First Entries, children learn to build relationships in three ways:
1. developing trust by...
"I've always wanted to build something on my own. I had a lot of ideas; at first, I wanted to establishing a restaurant, later on I thought about opening a gym, but I finally decided to start a business to teach sport leadership."