Youth Leadership Training | Teen Breakthrough One | Rapport
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Teen Leadership Breakthrough is a two and a half-day interactive class that will empower youth to advance their leadership ability and allow them to create positive change in their lives. This course is designed for teenagers, 15-18-years old, who are currently in high school. What is it exactly?
This course is about you taking a hands-on role and being a leader!  In your Teen Leadership Breakthrough Course, you will interact with other high school teens, 15 to 18 years old, to learn what all of this “leadership stuff” really is.  In only two and half days, you will discover what it means to live with enthusiasm and realize your power to create a positive change in your world.   Are you ready to take the next step forward in school, sports, and extracurricular activities?   This is the perfect time to find out who you are and push yourself to your next level.  It is your life, after all, and if you are not leading it, then who is?  Bottom line, it is your time! Here are some perceptions you will gain from class:
  • Focus:  There many distractions you face every day; it is no wonder you are challenged by staying focused.  Learn to prioritize, keep focused on your effort, and you will surprise yourself at what you will be able to conquer.
  • Communication:  Learn not only how to work as a team, and learn how to build trusting relationships with those you encounter every day.  Learn when it is important to listen, when and how to ask questions, and how to speak your ideas powerfully.
  • Self-Confidence:  Unleash your personal power by facing your fears and moving forward, learning what you are capable of when you are willing to take action.
  • Character:  Discover what it is that makes you who you are!  What are your values? What do you believe? Understand the characteristics of a successful leader and determine who it is that you want to be.  After all, you must know what you want to be before you can become it!
  • Teamwork:                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Learn the value of having fun with your teammates while concentrating your effort on a common goal. Discover how to add to a group’s success and learn how to foster the best in others.  Commit to yourself and realize the benefit of holding others accountable.
Prerequisite: 15-18 years old and in high school or the summer following high school graduation Course length: Two-and-a-half days Note: At least one parent/guardian is required to be at graduation What to expect … Teen Leadership Breakthrough is a challenging course. It is a challenging course because when we move outside their comfort zones, the greatest amount of learning takes place. Students who attend our training complete several processes throughout the training that challenge them on a range of skills like team work, focus, communication, and self awareness. When students return to their personal lives, they are more engaged in their own success, more enthusiastic about the world around them, and more empowered to lead.
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What you’ll achieve

Course Results
  • Increased strengths to reach your goals
  • Focus that sharpens the ability to shut off distractions
  • Passion and enthusiasm to live your mission and vision
  • Free flowing communication and accountability

Why Our Training Works

The impact of Rapport’s Training

Creating individual behavioral change, especially sustainable change, is the most difficult ambition of nearly all training programs. Rapport Leadership International has created a series of training and development courses that implement proven practices for creating true performance change. The processes and delivery are the catalysts for changing behavior. The following practices are the reason Rapport’s training has an immediate and ongoing impact on behavior, productivity, and performance.


Learning begins when individuals become aware of their self-limiting behaviors, their strengths, and the many opportunities they have for personal growth. Rapport provides the opportunity for participants to “look in the mirror” and assess their performance. During the class, there is time for exercise debriefing, journaling, and quiet reflection. Ongoing processes ask the participant what the learning entails and how to apply it in their lives. Bottom-line, people must have self-awareness in order to make meaningful and lasting changes.

"As a result of the training from Rapport, not only does the culture continue to be powerful here; the leaders gain skills on how to develop rapport with their team members. Turnover is almost nonexistent here."



In sports, athletes practice skills and techniques in order to improve performance. Through practice and experience, performance is enhanced and it continues to improve. In the same manner, everything Rapport teaches about leadership is through an experiential process that correlates directly to a leadership attribute and behavior. Rather than just discussing or lecturing on a variety of leadership traits, all participants of Rapport training experience and practice leadership behaviors such as accountability, communication, enthusiasm, focus, passion, taking action, teamwork and trust. It is through these experiences that improved performance results.

"Specific things I’ve learned or that I’ve gained from the Leadership breakthrough one was the understanding the blocks that was keeping me from progressing in life that I really wanted to be."



Additionally in sports, providing coaching and feedback to an individual offers insight into one’s behavior. Rapport’s classes are dedicated to giving individual attention and coaching to every participant. For this reason, class sizes remain small. At Rapport, our trainers are coaches. In every course, they offer coaching and feedback that is honest, direct, instant, and one-on-one. This feedback is designed to empower the participant and move each forward to his/her own next level of performance. Great coaches have the power to unleash the potential of individuals by seeing qualities that they may not see for themselves.

"Rapport has affected my business because of the outstanding things I’ve learned in the training institute."



The key to motivation is not simply to motivate the participant; rather, it is to allow a student to discover, uncover, and tap into his or her own internal motivators. At Rapport, our processes allow students to identify what is important to them. Graduates walk away inspired, focused, and internally driven.

"Rapport has a no nonsense, common sense, logical approach to training and coaching and it works."



Anchors are words, phrases, or movements used as a prompt to recall behaviors, emotions, or experiences. At Rapport, anchors are used so after the training, participants have quick, easy ways to recall and apply specific leadership competencies. For example, when a student completes a training process that anchors-in taking action, this anchor is readily accessible for application in any decision-making process.

"My relationship with my family is better than ever and I couldn’t be happier about that! Since I came back, my whole attitude has change as well as my goals and ambitions in life."



The purpose of all training is to help change behavior. The challenge is overcoming years of habit. In Rapport classes, students experience a range of emotions. Quite simply, the emotions verify that our exercises are connecting on a deep level to something that is meaningful to participants. From this connection comes the recognition of what was and of what can be in the future by changing behavior.

"I never would have taken this step without the training I received at Rapport. Thank you, and thank you for always checking in."


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