5JCI Malta Conference
Dare to Lead: The Road to Sustainable Leadership
With the theme, Dare to Lead: The Road to Sustainable Leadership, the JCI Malta Convention includes keynote speeches, panel discussions and training sessions by local and international trainers and speakers. This is an opportunity to network, learn, and have fun together!
When: 1st April 2023
Time: 9:00 – 15:30
Where: The Notch (Urban Valley), San Gwann
- Early Bird – SOLD OUT
- Members – € 30
- Non – members – € 35
What can you expect?
Access to keynote speeches, workshops, and panel sessions led by both local and international speakers/trainers.
2 coffee breaks, 1 lunch, and water throughout the day
Get inspired about all things related to inclusivity, mental health, and sustainability.
We can’t wait to see you!
“Dare to Lead: The Road to Sustainable Leadership” will focus on speeches and sessions centred around the topic of leadership, mental health and community impact. The sessions will be led by both local and international trainers/speakers.
Keynotes & Networking
It will host keynote speeches by renowned speakers and there will be opportunities to network during the sessions and breaks.
our conference venue
The Notch conference centre
DARE TO LEAD: The Road to Sustainable Leadership
|9:00 AM||Doors open (coffee)|
|9:10 AM||Opening Speeches|
Keynote: The art of inclusive leadership – Ian Gourley (UP)
|9:45 AM||Training: Leadership for community impact – Annalisa Schembri|
|10:30 AM||Coffee break|
|10:50 AM||Keynote: Leading with clarity: seeing beyond bias – Alexandra Botos|
Training: Going green without going in the red – Roberta Lepre
Workshop: A practical approach to work-life balance – Charlene Camilleri Duca
|Speech by the 2022 public speaking champion – Chloe Cauchi|
|2:20 PM||Training: Neurodiversity in the workplace – Joseph K Muscat
(This training is sponsored by JKM Consulting)
*The programme might be subject to change
our national convention
meet our speakers & trainers
UP Academy Manager
UP Academy Manager, Former President of Greek-Irish Chamber of Commerce, an Academic with a passion for training, Ian has over twenty five years experience in business management, leadership and course development both locally and internationally.
As UP Academy Manager, Ian brings his wealth of experience to a wide and diverse audience. Not afraid to be out of his comfort zone, Ian challenges individuals to attain that best version of themselves.
Joseph K Muscat
Owner of Joseph K Muscat Consulting
Joseph K Muscat brings his personal experience of Neurodiversity to his professional life and to theories and studies conducted on this condition. Mr. Muscat adds a unique personal perspective and storytelling to the area of speciality of Neurodiversity.
Mr. Muscat’s ancestry is from Malta, but he was born in Toronto, Canada, and received his education at York University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts with Honours Degree. In 2014, his family left Canada and moved their life and business to Malta. Currently, together with his wife, Mr. Muscat continues the family’s successful business of professional photography and the commercial industry business along with a Neurodiversity consulting company.
JCI Vice President assigned to Malta
Alexandra joined JCI in 2015, and won ‘Most Outstanding New Member’ after her first year. She became Romania’ youngest JCI senator in 2019 and by the time she became Vice President this year (2023), Alexandra already had many leadership roles in JCI Romania, including National President.
She has extensive experience in project management, team leadership, facilitating workshops, coaching and mentoring and currently works as an EU Career ambassador.
Charlene Camilleri Duca
Clinical Psychologist & Gestalt Psychotherapist
Charlene regularly delivers psycho-educational talks and training seminars on different psycho-educational themes.
Managing Director, WEAVE Consulting
Graduated Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta in 2003, Roberta has acquired substantial experience in the social sector in Malta. At Weave Consulting she focusses on engaging the business community to adopt sustainable practices to have a more positive impact on society and the environment and to contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. She is also a founding member and Project Director of SEAM, member of the board of VSF Malta, and a member of the Advisory Board of the Institute of Directors (Malta), as well as forming part of EcoDA’s Task Force on ESG matters.
Artistic Director at APS Summer Festival
Annalisa Schembri is a freelance professional in the creative, entertainment and education industry, coming from Malta but working across Europe.
Amongst other things, Annalisa is an artistic director for festivals and live, large scale events, a speaker, a soft skills trainer and an enabler for the creation of beautiful things.
As an active citizen, Annalisa has served in leadership positions, developing young people in a number of different local and international Non-Profits.
She is currently serving as International Vice-President assigned to Europe for JCI – Junior Chamber International.