Chelsea Hendra (OSIS member):
When I first was offered of joining the leadership training, I didn’t really think much of it. I didn’t think that it would impact me i an way or affect me as a person. But in those 2 days, I felt that I grew so much as a person. I learned so much more about what it means to lead. I learned that to lead or influence others, we must first know ourselves and how to control ourselves. Yet, most importantly, I learned that leading doesn’t mean putting yourself first because of the position you’re in, but it was about putting the needs of others and placing yourself in their shoes first to further understand them. These lessons, I will surely implement and take with me in my life. I’m extremely privileged to be able to join this training and let it help me grow further as a person.
Sancta Abidin (CCA President):
From these two days, I have learned lots of things about leadership. Where it is just not about leading but also the character and skills we have. Also, one point that stood out the most was about how we should first lead ourselves, instead of leading others first. To be the change when we want to change instead of relying on others to change for us.