Leap Into Leadership

Those who lead can change the world. Those who can’t, follow.


This is true both in the adult world and in our teenagers’ worlds. Teens who can lead often gain great opportunities that give them a boost into their adult lives and set them down the path to success. If your teenager isn’t equipped to lead, they may follow the crowds, and this may not go the way that we expect for them.

Role models and experiences shape the person that your teenager is becoming. They are developing their individuality by modeling habits and behaviors of those that they desire to become. Without proper leadership, either around or within them, they may turn to less desirable role models who have a negative influence on their judgment and development.


This 8-week program shows your teen how to stand up for their moral/ethical rights and beliefs, and how to blaze their own pathway in life, guided by their dreams and ambitions and skills necessary to succeed. You will see your teenager gain confidence and surety in themselves and their own capabilities as their inner leader flourishes!

Leap Into Leadership features two combined programs:

In Front of the Herd
Developed by EAL Canada, this program allows the equine herd to demonstrate and prove the strength and importance of leadership skills and societal cooperation! Experiencing hands-on time with the horses in constructive exercises, your teen will learn how to develop a partnership with an incredibly majestic animal as well as learn their role within a herd and how their leadership helps the herd thrive. Lessons taught from this program easily translate to relationships with their friends, family and every person they encounter.

Edge Series
Developed by global leaders who struck success at a young age, this program of books and audiotapes, from Life Leadership, surround your teenager with inspiration and


Upcoming program dates:

Ages 10-15
Putnam, ON
(Starts May 9)
Register here


Early bird special
Sign 15 days before the start of the program for $420+hst