BBLT 27 & 29 companion course

BBLT 27 & 29 companion course

About BBLT companion course
BBLT (Building Bridges through Leadership Training) is BYLC’s 8-week long signature leadership training program. designed for HSC/Alim/A Levels and first and second year university students. The BBLT program uses a competitive selection process to enroll students from three different educational tracks, namely English medium, Bengali medium, and Madrassa. The curriculum for the program draws heavily from leadership courses taught at Harvard University. The intensive training program, coupled with an experiential learning model, challenges students to critically think about leadership and apply their skills to effectuate positive change in society. In the first phase of the program, students conduct experiments, take risks, and question deeply held assumptions in the classroom. In the second phase, students have the opportunity to translate their learning into action by implementing online projects for different communities.

BBLT companion course is an aid for this BBLT program. If you are a current participant of BBLT then this companion course is here to give you a better learning experience.

What you will learn:
1. About the outer and inner journey of leadership
2. How to use failure as a learning tool
2. How to write a leadership failure case and diagnose it
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Private Course


Last Update 08/12/2020
Completion Time 4 hours 19 minutes
Members 141
  • Week 1: Outer journey of leadership
    • Authority vs leadership
    • Technical vs adaptive challenges
    • Diagnose the problem
    • Mobilize the system
    • Learning from failure
    • Process of diagnosing a leadership failure case
    • Quiz- Outer journey of leadership
  • Week 2: Inner journey of leadership
    • Inner journey of leadership
    • Quiz- Inner journey of leadership
  • Week 3: Public speaking
    • Impromptu Public Speaking- Introduction
    • Types of Public Speaking
    • Why Impromptu Speaking Is Important
    • When Impromptu Speaking Is Needed
    • Preparing for the Impromptu Speech
    • What to Do If You Have No Preparation Time
    • Tips to Make Impromptu Speaking Better
    • Special Circumstances
    • Impromptu Public Speaking- Conclusion
    • Quiz - Impromptu Public Speaking
    • Introduction to Writing a Powerful Speech
    • Picking the perfect topic
    • How and Where to Gather the Key Arguments for Your Speech
    • How to Organize the Arguments of Your Speech
    • What are Supporting Materials and How to Organize Them
    • Keeping Your Audience Engaged by Using Signposts
    • Capture Attention with a Strong Introduction
    • Make a Lasting Impression with a Strong Conclusion
    • How Do I Write an Outline of My Speech?
    • Quiz - How to write a powerful speech
    • The Art of Public Speaking - Course Overview
    • How Loud Should You Speak?
    • Say It Once, Say It Right
    • Keep Your Audience Engaged by Varying Your Volume and Pace
    • Communicate Your Emotion through Facial Expression
    • How to Make Eye Contact
    • How to Use Your Hand Gesture
    • Do Not Forget to Stand Straight
    • Grabbing the Audience's Attention
    • Quiz - The Art of Public Speaking
    • Effective Body Language Course Overview
    • Is Body Language Your Superpower?
    • Gestures You Use All the Time but You Shouldn't
    • How to Deliver Your Message More Effectively
    • How Can The Use Of Body Language Help You With Better First Impressions
    • How to Properly Shake Hands For Best First Impressions
    • How Your Voice Could Play A Better Role On Creating A First Impression
    • How to Establish a Leadership Presence
    • How to Be More Confident
    • Importance of Warmth and Empathy in Leadership
    • How to Make Better Use of Gestures
    • How to Communicate with Your Feet
    • Types of Gap and How to Use Them in Conversations
    • What You Learned So Far
    • Quiz - Effective Body Language for Leadership
  • Week 4: Leadership in action (LIA)
    • Theory of change (TOC)
    • Survey Design
    • Fundraising
    • Data Analysis
    • Quiz - Leadership in Action (LIA)