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Leaders Influential In Achievement Of Common Goals: Seleima Lesi

Leaders Influential In Achievement Of Common Goals: Seleima Lesi
Crime Stoppers national coordinator Inspector Sainimili Turaga (right-sitting) with the Naleba College Scholastic Crime Stoppers Committee, board members and school management during the launching in Labasa on September 11. Photo:SHRATIKA SINGH
September 12
10:35 2017

Leadership is defined as a process whereby individuals influence a group to achieve common goals, says Ministry of Education, Northern Division roving principal Seleima Lesi.

During the junior prefect induction at Naleba College in Labasa yesterday, Mrs Lesi said she felt that the progression towards the achievement of common goals is the most significant role of any leader.

“Over the next ten weeks, you as the prefect body will be given the opportunity to work alongside teachers to achieve common goals that have been assigned to you by the school administrators that are both positive and beneficial for the school community,” Mrs Lesi told 16 newly inducted prefects from Year 9 and 11.

“This term, we intend to encourage you prefects to be instrumental to Year 10, 12, 13 students to surpass previous rates for the external exams and by doing so to light the way for the future direction of this esteemed high school.”

“You are chosen as school prefects, and with this role comes great responsibility and the badge that you are going to wear today will make you different from your colleagues,” she said.

 

Junior Head Boy/Girl

Newly inducted junior head boy, Josese Vosi said he was surprised to be chosen as the head boy.

“It is an honour and a privilege to hold this position and I hope this leadership role will prepare me to become what I aspire to become and that is to be an army officer.”

Meanwhile, the newly inducted headgirl, Joselyn Mani said she was also surprised to be given this position.

“I consider this opportunity as a blessing and will work my best to lift the name of the school.”

The school has a roll of 277 students and 30 teachers.

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