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The National Young Leaders Day is an annual event created in 1997 by the Halogen Foundation to develop strong leadership values amongst young Australians.
“This is an excellent opportunity for you to meet with other aspiring leaders and to learn from the wisdom and experience of today's presenters. As young leaders of today, you have the exciting challenge of shaping our future. "
“For 17 years, the Halogen Foundation has gathered together prominent leaders from all walks of life to share their experience and wisdom. "
“The National Young Leaders Day gives you the chance to learn from some of the best. It is a unique opportunity to work on the skills you need to lead others and be inspired by people who understand what it takes to make a difference. "
“The National Young Leaders Day is an excellent platform for young leaders to meet, share ideas, learn from each other and begin that life-long journey."
“More than ever, our countries, our states, our communities and our schools need leaders who will foster a strong spirit of community and cooperation."
“"The National Young Leaders Day ignited a flame of action inside me which ultimately lead me on a path of life changing experiences in which the ripple effects are still being felt...""
“This conference will develop some of the skills that will help you to assist others, including your capacity to set goals, work in teams, speak in public, and solve problems. Please, seize the opportunity that this conference presents and learn from it"
“National Young Leaders Days are an inspiring opportunity for those who have already demonstrated their capacity in the schools or communities to continue their own development. "