(i)Cleveland
Business & Alumni
Testimonials
INTRODUCTION
PROJECT




DATE                      CLIENT
          JUNE 3RD 2010            CLEVELAND BRIDGE BUILDERS
PURPOSE & ENGAGEMENT
What is (i)Cleveland

An internship program

A learning experience

An opportunity

A network
Purpose of (i)Cleveland
Retain, Recruit & Attract

Connect & Network

Have FUN!

Career Fairs, Social
Events

Learn… about...
We are all faced with
choices…
CLEVELAND

   -OR-
  CHICAGO
 NEW YORK
LOS ANGELES
CIVIC REALM
Our Economic Vitality
Community of
(i)Cleveland
Students

Education

For-profit

Not-for-profit

Government

Foundations
Diverse Collection of
Colleges and Universities
Ashland University    Hiram College

Baldwin-Wallace       John Carroll
Co...
Alignment of Higher Education
with Public and Private Agencies
Entrepreneurship

Green Technologies

Advanced Manufacturin...
Driver of Economic
Growth/Skilled Workforce
Identify skills and interests.

Explore career opportunities.

Learn about emp...
FOCUS & OUTCOMES
LAP Focus


Sustainable Revenue Model

Key Insight

Research & Discovery
Lap Outcomes

Determined a true need for (i)Cleveland

The organization needed more than a financial
model

Students/intern...
Recommendations


Mentorship Component

Program Director

Program Evolution
VIEW THE (I)CLEVELAND VIDEO AT:
  HTTP://BLIP.TV/FILE/3763040
TEAM PROCESS
How we worked
together
Coordinated effort

Discussion of priorities,
desired outcomes

Even delegation of work

Limited co...
Was it really always
Kumbaya?
Limited personality
conflicts

Lack of specific direction
due to different opinions
from diffe...
HERDING CATS
HERDING CATS
INDIVIDUAL & GROUP LEARNINGS
INDIVIDUAL TETRA MAP IDENTITIES
IF OUR GROUP WAS A TETRA MAP ELEMENT…
LOOKING FOR AN HONEST MAN…
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The Cleveland Bridge Builders Class of 2010 had several Leadership Action Projects. This project was based on a sibling program of the Cleveland Leadership Center called (i)Cleveland. This program helps Northeast Ohio Interns to develop leadership skills, become civically engaged and learn about the greater Cleveland region and network business leaders and fellow young professionals.

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  • Project defined: Develop a sustainable revenue-producing model
    Realized research and understanding was imperative to develop such a model
    Gathered information/data from current and former employees, students, and businesses

  • Mentor program
    CLC executive whose primary job responsibility is (i)Cleveland and to define the organization’s purpose
    Model can then be developed










  • Transcript of "(i)Cleveland LAP Presentation"

    1. 1. (i)Cleveland Business & Alumni Testimonials
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION PROJECT DATE CLIENT JUNE 3RD 2010 CLEVELAND BRIDGE BUILDERS
    3. 3. PURPOSE & ENGAGEMENT
    4. 4. What is (i)Cleveland An internship program A learning experience An opportunity A network
    5. 5. Purpose of (i)Cleveland Retain, Recruit & Attract Connect & Network Have FUN! Career Fairs, Social Events Learn… about Cleveland Talent Pipeline
    6. 6. We are all faced with choices… CLEVELAND -OR- CHICAGO NEW YORK LOS ANGELES
    7. 7. CIVIC REALM
    8. 8. Our Economic Vitality
    9. 9. Community of (i)Cleveland Students Education For-profit Not-for-profit Government Foundations
    10. 10. Diverse Collection of Colleges and Universities Ashland University Hiram College Baldwin-Wallace John Carroll College University Case Western Kent State Reserve University Cleveland Institute Lake Erie College of Art Oberlin College Cleveland Institute of Music University of Akron Cleveland State Ursuline College University Youngstown State College of Wooster University
    11. 11. Alignment of Higher Education with Public and Private Agencies Entrepreneurship Green Technologies Advanced Manufacturing Information & Communication Technologies Bioscience & Healthcare Energy, Power, and Propulsion Polymers/Advanced Materials
    12. 12. Driver of Economic Growth/Skilled Workforce Identify skills and interests. Explore career opportunities. Learn about employers and community. Encourage students to participate in internship programs. Communicate benefits of internships.
    13. 13. FOCUS & OUTCOMES
    14. 14. LAP Focus Sustainable Revenue Model Key Insight Research & Discovery
    15. 15. Lap Outcomes Determined a true need for (i)Cleveland The organization needed more than a financial model Students/interns, companies, universities, and the region benefit
    16. 16. Recommendations Mentorship Component Program Director Program Evolution
    17. 17. VIEW THE (I)CLEVELAND VIDEO AT: HTTP://BLIP.TV/FILE/3763040
    18. 18. TEAM PROCESS
    19. 19. How we worked together Coordinated effort Discussion of priorities, desired outcomes Even delegation of work Limited conflict/ disagreement Specific team “leader” emerged over time
    20. 20. Was it really always Kumbaya? Limited personality conflicts Lack of specific direction due to different opinions from different stakeholders Biggest issues: Scheduling Different personal priorities
    21. 21. HERDING CATS
    22. 22. HERDING CATS
    23. 23. INDIVIDUAL & GROUP LEARNINGS
    24. 24. INDIVIDUAL TETRA MAP IDENTITIES
    25. 25. IF OUR GROUP WAS A TETRA MAP ELEMENT…
    26. 26. LOOKING FOR AN HONEST MAN…

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