Published on March 10, 2014
This is not an ofﬁcial slide (:
Introduction: Christina Kelman • Joined AIESEC in January 2011 as an Outgoing Exchange member in March 2011. • Vice President of Talent Management, 2012 • Local Committee President of AIESEC UNSW 2013. • Member Committee Vice President of Talent Management, AIESEC Indonesia 13-14 • I have attended 18 national and international conferences, representing myself, my entity and my country. NSW StateCon (Apr 2011), QCON (Jul 2011), NLDC (Singapore, Dec, 2011), NC (Cambodia, Jan 2012), NSW State Con (Apr 2012), NLDS (May 2012), NEWCon (Jul 2012), SPMs (Sep 2012), BeachCON (Nov 2012), NewLTCon (Dec 2012), APLS (Vietnam, Dec 2012), RadCon (Jan 2013), NLDS (May 2013), QCon (July, 2013), Ignite (Vietnam, July 2013), International Congress (Egypt, August 2013), September President’s Meeting (September 2013), National Election Conference (Indonesia, January, 2014)
But these titles are bullshit. ! What matters are the stories behind.
I joined AIESEC as an OGX member in March 2011. • Joined AIESEC not really understanding what it was or what I was doing. • Didn’t understand the concept of responsibility • Placed into a leadership role without warning/training, produced a conference for 200 young people.
I was Vice President of Talent Management in 2012 • Started with a Member Retention rate of 5% • I set up National Good Case Practices and created a standard from Talent Management across the country, moved away from the ‘culture people’. • Increased Leadership Pipelining by 160% and Member Retention by 250% • Lead a team of 8
I was Local Committee President of AIESEC UNSW 2013. • Led a team of 5 extremely capable and high-performing leaders. • Took ownership for 5 people’s development and performance for one year. • Top growth within cluster 1 within AIESEC Australia • Executive Board Retention Rate 40%
I am your Member Committee Vice President in Talent Management of AIESEC Indonesia 2013-2014. • Leading an entity with more than 1,700 people working for it. • Responsible for delivering leadership in 4,000 experiences this year. • Started my role in November, made a lot of mistakes but I’ve been pushing forward ever since.
But these stories are also bullshit. ! What matters is why I did them. What change I want to see in the world. !
So far, this change - I’ve made through this organisation called AIESEC. ! Explore it with me.
Why was AIESEC created?
what do we envision?
what is our impact?
Our international platform ! – ENABLES – ! young people to explore and develop their ! leadership potential ! for them to have! a positive impact on society.
In what way do we make that impact possible?
what are the AIESEC values?
Group Activity You have 5 minutes to discuss, & 2 minutes to present! Each group will be assigned a Different AIESEC value. ! In your group discuss: ! What is the Meaning of this Value? ! What is your interpretation? ! !
is the centre of our organisation. Our Strategy Our Goals Our Activities Wherever we go, the AIESEC Way will remain at our centre. Acting as a compass to shape our decisions http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDJQOJCFPng
Cool, Cool so this is all really REALLY awesome, but… How do we actually go about achieving this? DRUMROLL PLEASE…
Once upon a time… there was a little boy, named Eddie.
Now, Eddie really wanted to make an impact on the world & do something with his life.
But he didn’t know what to do… ☹
Then one day, at UDAYANA he saw a strange sign in the sky… WOW!
He decided to apply! Got selected! And is now part of the UDAYANA Expansions Team!
Now Eddie’s wondering about all the fantastic & exciting opportunities that AIESEC is offering to him, but doesn’t know what to choose!
... So he asked Christina + Yuri ☺
Glad you asked! Here is… The AIESEC Experience
Engagement with AIESEC An opportunity for a young person to be introduced and interact with AIESEC, without having joined or experienced one of AIESEC’s ELD programmes. ! In this phase, you will be introduced to the world of AIESEC and the different programs you can be part off in order to gain an integrated international leadership experience. You will learn about the WHY , HOW and WHAT of AIESEC and it will empower you to pick your path/program to kick start your AIESEC XP.
Engagement with AIESEC In this phase they become aware of and experience the following: ! the WHY, HOW and WHAT of AIESEC ! the value propositions of AIESEC’s value based platform ! interaction with AIESEC around topics of leadership, management and global issues ! AIESEC’s values and brand experience
And then… Phase 2: This happens!
And then we get to…
Experiential Leadership Development
Team Member Programme “It is one of the most crucial ways in which you can start on your path towards leadership development. In this phase you will be introduced to a practical team experience, gain access to a global network and engage in practical hard skills development projects”
Team Member Programme A Team Member Programme (TMP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by living a practical team experience at a local, national, regional or global level. How do we run this programme? We provide a practical learning and development experience to a young person, who takes part in a team and takes responsibilities towards managing AIESEC’s performance and the delivery of its experiences. What can a young person gain through this programme? With this programme, a young person gains access to AIESEC’s value-‐based platform, and he or she experiences: ▪A practical team experience ▪Practical hard and soft skills development ▪Access to a global network ▪An entrepreneurial and responsible attitude towards being a better leader ! TMP participants can have different types of practical team experiences, such being a part of a project team, a functional team, the organising committee of an event, or an executive team of a an entity. Duration of a Team Member experience: 8-‐78 weeks
Team Leader Programme This experience will culminate in your personal and professional development through the concept of team building and management. You get to experience directing other members and guiding them in their work, thus becoming a crucial part of their development.
Team Leader Programme A Team Leader Programme (TLP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership through leading and guiding others in their work and experience at a local, national, regional or global level. How do we run this programme? We provide practical learning and development to a young person through the experience of managing a team. Team Leader Programme participants contribute to the development of others while ensuring AIESEC’s performance and the delivery of its experiences. What can a young person gain through this programme? With this programme, a young person gains access to AIESEC’s value-‐based platform, and he or she experiences: ▪A practical team leader or executive leadership body experience ▪Personal and professional development ▪Practical hard and soft skills development ▪Activities which develop an entrepreneurial and responsible attitude towards being a better leader ! TLP participants can have different types of team-‐based leadership experiences such as leading a team or acting as a part of the executive leadership body of an entity. Duration of a Team Leader experience: 8-‐78 weeks
Global Internship Programme This programme offers internships that contribute to the professional development of a member and assist them to specialize in a certain field of work. They are normally long term in nature and involve working on diverse business projects and organizations.
Global Community Development Programme A Global Community Development Programme (GCDP) experience is an opportunity for young people to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by creating direct positive impact through an international volunteer experience. How do we run this programme? We provide international volunteer experiences through which young people develop themselves while empowering individuals, communities or organisations. We focus on areas and issues with the need for direct social impact and sustainable solutions. What can a young person gain through this programme? With this programme, a young person gains access to AIESEC’s value-‐based platform, and he or she experiences: ▪A cross-‐cultural living and working experience ▪The opportunity to create positive societal impact ▪Personal development ! GCDP participants can have different types of volunteer experiences. They may work with organisations or in projects which focus on community development, as long as their experience contributes to their personal development and positive impact on society. Duration of a GCDP experience: 6-‐78 weeks
Global Community Development Programme International internships are the most intense learning experience we offer and links together our global network. This programme encompasses cross-cultural positive impact through working abroad for social and community development projects that lead to self development and skill enhancement for the member undertaking the programme.
Global Internship Programme A Global Internship Programme (GIP) experience is an opportunity for a young person to develop entrepreneurial and responsible leadership by living a cross-‐cultural professional development experience. How do we run this programme? We provide an internship in a host organisation, through which a young person contributes to the goals of the organisation, completes a job description requiring special expertise or skills, and receives supervision and evaluation on his or her professional development. ! What can a young person gain through this programme? With this programme, a young person gains access to AIESEC’s value-‐based platform, and he or she experiences: ▪A professional development experience ▪A cross-‐cultural living and working experience ! GIP participants can have different types of internship experiences as long as their role and supervision clearly contribute to their professional development. Duration of a GIP experience: 6-‐78 weeks
A life long connection will ensure the essence of positive change throughout an AIESEC members life. In this way, AIESEC presents each of its alumni a platform for continuous growth thus enabling them to make a constant positive impact on society.
Let’s explore the organisation that we are leading. ! 2 Key Questions - What is the key relevance of AIESEC? (why) - How do we do it? (how) - What is AIESEC?
What we envision in AIESEC: Peace & Fulﬁllment of Humankind’s potential.
Did it occur to you: “It’s been 64 years, is this still relevant?”
Q1: What challenges does Indonesia/Bali/ UDAYANA face right now?
Q2: What do young people in Indonesia/Bali/ UDAYANA need?
Q3: How does AIESEC address those needs here in Indonesia/Bali?
The World needs New Models of Leadership. “Significant demographic and societal changes, fundamental technological advances and continuous globalization, as well as complex multi-stakeholder issues and resource scarcity define this emerging context. These changing parameters require new type of leadership” - At Davos 2013
“Three essentials for leaders in the new context of the world: business frameworks, conceptual skills and human skills. ! Business frameworks are the knowledge to understand complex management through viewpoints such as strategy, marketing and operations. ! Conceptual skills are the ability to analyze the multistakeholder situation and decide what needs to be done. ! Human skills are the ability to be who you are to get people involved and lead them. ! But most importantly in the center of those 3 essentials, a personal resolve - Kokorizashi - a mission of your life.” ! - Yoshito Hori Chairman of Globis University !
“There are always different challenges and the world always needs different things.”
We believe the solution can be constant and fundamental.
The world needs Leadership.
What’s the key relevance of AIESEC?
We develop LEADERSHIP for a positive impact on society for peace and fulﬁlment of human kind’s potential
How does AIESEC do that?
Outerjourney Innerjourney We do GCDP/GIP because living powerful exchange experiences develops Strong Leadership
We do TMP/TLP because creating powerful team experiences for others develops Strong Leadership.
We enable and develop strong leadership through our Experiential Leadership Development Program
Developing these frontier competencies would require an inner and outer journey.
AIESEC is not an exchange organisation, we develop the kind of needed leadership through our exchange experience
What We Envision: Peace & Fulﬁlment of Human Kind’s Potential Our Impact Model Develop Leadership by providing Experiential Leadership Development Opportunities for Young People
AIESEC’s volunteering model allows us to develop the kind of needed leadership through creating experiences for others
AIESEC is not fast food.
We build to last.
1. The world we envision 4. Our fundamental contribution is to develop leadership 6. Is our model developing this kind of leadership? 2. The world it is now Yes/No? 5. What kind of leadership is needed now? 3. What can be our contribution? Yes/No? Step 7? The world we envision
7. You You are the impact.
What is your promise to be the best you can be.
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