The YTL Leaders Lounge is the webinar series for alumni, members of current cohorts, and other interested young professionals hosted by the Young Transatlantic Leadership Initiative. The webinars give the opportunity to connect with interesting people and to learn about leadership skills, personal development, and transatlantic relations. Our speakers share their experience and discuss current topics, leadership skills and what the next generation of leaders need to know. Each webinar is open to the general audience. The link to the next webinars can be found below, on our social media accounts, or in our monthly newsletter. The series was started in May 2020 with a conversation between Yasir Naqvi, CEO of the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, and the YTL19 and YTL20 classes hosted by Robin Arens. All public webinars are recorded and will be accessible after the date.

Next webinar

We will continue our public Leaders Lounge webinar on 30th of July 2020 at 6.30 pm (CEST) / 12.30 pm (EDT) / 9.30 am (PDT) with an inspiring young German leader. Florian Kling was elected as mayor of the city Calw, located in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, in October 2019 at the age of 32. He is a member of the German party SPD. Prior to this, he served the German army for 12 years and worked as an IT consultant for a large Canadian consultancy.
We look forward to discussing his lessons learned about leadership during his time as a soldier, consultant, and now mayor. We will discuss what it means to be a mayor at such a young age and which experiences from the army can be used in a civilian career as well.

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