Momentum Leadership Programme is made up of three components.
Interactive sessions given by experienced moderators. The sessions involve experiential learning, lively discussions, short videos, case studies and Q&A focused on specific leadership qualities. Duration: 1 hour once a month.
Social impact empowers each participant to make a positive impact in the community. Each participant can choose which charity she would like to work with. Duration: 1 hour per month.
With the help of a mentor each participant sets personal goals to develop key leadership skills in their own lives. Duration: 20-30 minutes once a month, scheduled according to the availability of both mentor and mentee.
Each person has what it takes to be someone great. Momentum Leadership helps young women to unlock the potential that lies within them. It creates the environment for each participant to discover her capacity and gives her the tools to become her personal best.
We are committed to help young women aspire to have a deep, positive and lasting impact on people, the work place and society; to inspire leaders to work with a spirit of service and integrity.
Our mission is articulated in the programme’s content and carried-out by the young professionals who want to support young women in reaching their potential.
Number of teenagers who participate in the programme during the year.
Number of young professionals who give of their time to mentor or accompany Momentum participants during the programme.
Social Impact Hours
Number of hours given to helping different Charities impact in their community.
Leader Lab Moderators
Experienced professionals who volunteer to share their insights on leadership qualities in the workplace.
MAPPING YOUR WAY
JUST DO IT!
To get good at anything you need to work hard; Effort is good and makes you grow;
REACH OUT TO REACH UP
DON’T SETTLE FOR LESS
STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD
CEASE THE MOMENT
Resources | Highlights | Insights
We were delighted to have Prof Colette Cowan present the final leader lab of the semester at Momentum Leadership. Prof Colette Cowan, CEO of the University of Limerick hospital group, talked to the Momentum girls about Perseverance and Passion. Colette took a slightly different approach than the rest of the speakers we have been lucky[…]
Anne Brady of Anne Brady McQuillans DFK, spoke to us yesterday evening on the topic of “Turning Dreams into A Reality”. Not only did Anne discuss in detail her road to success and how she managed to reach her childhood goals of following in her father’s footsteps and becoming an accountant, she also shared some[…]
Rosanne Longmore, CEO of Coroflo, gave us a brilliant Leader Lab yesterday evening. She talked about “The Power of Attitude” and highlighted key points in improving your attitude to the challenges and difficulties that we face daily. Among a number of tips that were given during her Leader Lab, she focused particular attention on body[…]
We kick-started the first Leader Lab of the year with Clodagh Edwards, CEO of Image Magazine. Held in Facebook Offices (Dublin), Clodagh gave a wonderful insight into our professional experience as CEO giving key ideas to get the most out of your job. She focused on three key ideas: Focus – the importance of focusing[…]
As part of year 1 of the programme, some Momentum participants went to Croatia to carry out a 10 day social project in Majur. The preparation of programme kicked off in April with a work session on what to expect in the project and the reasons why we volunteer. There were two other preparation days[…]
Cal Newport, a guru in time management for students, explains how planning is essential to ensure that you get things done. You need to plan ahead and block you time. He suggested a method called Time Blocking – which means dividing your page of your planner into two columns: on the left column, you dedicate two lines[…]
We finished off this year with our social impact programme with Citywise. It has been an amazing year. Each month the Momentum participants gave an hour of their time to give interactive sessions on Leadership skills. There were two groups benefitting from this: the Junior Fast-track (4th-6th Class) and the Intermediate Fast-track (1st-2nd years).