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  • Ce modèle peut être utilisé comme fichier de démarrage pour présenter des supports de formation à un groupe.SectionsCliquez avec le bouton droit sur une diapositive pour ajouter des sections. Les sections permettent d’organiser les diapositives et facilitent la collaboration entre plusieurs auteurs.NotesUtilisez la section Notes pour les notes de présentation ou pour fournir des informations supplémentaires à l’audience. Affichez ces notes en mode Présentation pendant votre présentation. N’oubliez pas de tenir compte de la taille de la police (critère important pour l’accessibilité, la visibilité, l’enregistrement vidéo et la production en ligne)Couleurs coordonnées Faites tout particulièrement attention aux diagrammes, graphiques et zones de texte.Tenez compte du fait que les participants imprimeront la présentation en noir et blanc ou nuances de gris. Effectuez un test d’impression pour vérifier que vos couleurs s’impriment correctement en noir et blanc intégral et nuances de gris.Graphiques, tableaux et diagrammesFaites en sorte que votre présentation soit simple : utilisez des styles et des couleurs identiques qui ne soient pas gênants.Ajoutez une étiquette à tous les graphiques et tableaux.
  • Ce modèle peut être utilisé comme fichier de démarrage pour présenter des supports de formation à un groupe.SectionsCliquez avec le bouton droit sur une diapositive pour ajouter des sections. Les sections permettent d’organiser les diapositives et facilitent la collaboration entre plusieurs auteurs.NotesUtilisez la section Notes pour les notes de présentation ou pour fournir des informations supplémentaires à l’audience. Affichez ces notes en mode Présentation pendant votre présentation. N’oubliez pas de tenir compte de la taille de la police (critère important pour l’accessibilité, la visibilité, l’enregistrement vidéo et la production en ligne)Couleurs coordonnées Faites tout particulièrement attention aux diagrammes, graphiques et zones de texte.Tenez compte du fait que les participants imprimeront la présentation en noir et blanc ou nuances de gris. Effectuez un test d’impression pour vérifier que vos couleurs s’impriment correctement en noir et blanc intégral et nuances de gris.Graphiques, tableaux et diagrammesFaites en sorte que votre présentation soit simple : utilisez des styles et des couleurs identiques qui ne soient pas gênants.Ajoutez une étiquette à tous les graphiques et tableaux.
  • Fournissez une brève vue d’ensemble de la présentation. Décrivez l’objectif principal de la présentation et expliquez son importance.Présentez chaque sujet principal.Pour fournir une feuille de route à votre audience, vous pouvez répéter cette diapositive de vue d’ensemble tout au long de la présentation afin de mettre en évidence le sujet suivant.
  • Voici un autre exemple de diapositives de vue d’ensemble utilisant des transitions.

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  • 1.  After practicing the Roll Call in the train station…we finally get in!
  • 2.  We We We We  …and we arrived to Marrakech to SPEND A GREAT    start to know each other better practiced the Roll Call sooo many times sang, we sang…with our beloved guitarists practiced the Shout of our LC ANFA OFF! KICK
  • 3.   First contact with Vlady, President of Czech Republic AIESEC, and Chair of the Kick Off 2013. He spent 226 days abroad in Conferences around the Globe First contact with some of the OC Team: Hamza Merzguioui, Kenza, Safaa…as well as the Fun Team.  SESSION: CLARITY OF THE WHY
  • 4. Our Vision Alice: What Road do I take? Cat: Well, where are you going? Alice: I do not know. Cat: Then it does not matter, if you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there.     
  • 5.   It’s sharing time…with our great VPTM Hamza Beno, Noureddine, Saad, Amrou… Then…Tomorrowland Party!
  • 6.  First we all were in the Conferencee Room, we learned more about AIESEC Culture, we did the Success Story session and then Vlady talked about his experience in AIESEC as well as he explained to us the 4 CIRCLES THEORY
  • 7. What am I GOOD at? What does the WORLD NEED? What is IMPORTA NT to ME? What do I LIKE?
  • 8. VISION VOCATION PURPOSE
  • 9.  Newbies learned that the most important skills of a leader are: Proactivity Openess Goal Orientation
  • 10.  Newbies have been separated into groups: A, B, C, D, E… We had to choose a leader and start doing challenges during all the weekend (find a hat, make a video, swim…)
  • 11.  Profile of a change maker Culturally Sensitive Entrepreneurial sense Active Learner Socially responsible
  • 12.  We learned about: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ How to use the AIESEC platform to find programs How the matching process works How to improve all the process How to attract students to do exchanges How to sell AIESEC products The ways of communication How to give the best experience both to the EP and to the company/NGO ◦ Then…LC Time and…CLASSY BLACK PARTY!
  • 13.  Newbies  My LC, my Future Juniors and Seniors My Influence, my Contribution  In My ANFA, my Future :  ◦ how to keep going doing great things once back home with our LC. ◦ how to make progress in our history within our LC as well as some seniors shared stories about how to decide to apply for available positions and not be shy or scared.
  • 14.   Vlady and the Fun Team showed us some great videos of AIESEC culture, as well as read some smashes, some “tbarguigat” and invited people choosed to DARE! …We packed and we went back home to make THIS WORLD A BETTER ONE!
  • 15.      Learned more about big AIESEC project, AIESEC vision, and AIESEC values Knew more about AIESEC strategies and goals Learned about what does AIESEC gives me and how it changes me: a stronger, braver and Doer person Met so many new persons, AIESECers of course! Went back home with so much more ENERGY
  • 16. End of KickOff
  • 17. Mehdi Hammadi
  • 18. Incomes & Expenses by Department  Current Situation  What’s Next! 
  • 19. OGX : 22500 / 0  IGIP : 26100 / 32470  IGCDP : 2400/0  TM : 18300/3670  ER : 25000/ 1100  IM : 0/650 
  • 20.  Quarter 2 & Quarter 3 : 10480  MC’s Refund: 4430 (Income)
  • 21. Investment : 28440 (Tshits, Polos, Talky walkie...)  Refunds : 3800 
  • 22. Incomes : 173,000  Expenses :  Sangho Club Hotel : 192,000  OC/FACI/Marketing tool : 21500  Avance Sangho : 15000  Diverse : 4500 
  • 23. Lunching new products  Online sales  Promotion for OGX Winter Peak Campaign  End of Finance
  • 24. Q3+Q4
  • 25.   Q3: 21 RA ( -54% growth ) 13 MA ( -62% growth ) 26 RE (-24% growth ) Q4: 16 RA ( -78% growth ) 06 MA ( 0% growth ) 01 RE ( -75% growth ) Matching Rate: [12-13: 44%][13-14: 54%]
  • 26. Q3: - Rock and Camp: 14 realization - Youth Leadership Camp: 8 realization - Simple raising with CARE: 4 realization Q4: - BETCOOP: 6 RA, 2 MA, RE starting 15 December - BRAIN ON FIRE: 10 RA, 3 MA RE starting 13 January - YSE: 6 TNs on the raising process, RE starting the 1st January - CARE: 1 MA, 1 RE
  • 27.     5 Team Leaders 5 OCPs 42 members 8 EW@
  • 28.   - Before the 25 December: Raise 6 new TNs for YSE Match 22 TNs Realization of BETCOOP Launch OC application for ASOG ( for the whole LC ) For Q1: Realization of BOF and YSE ( 26 RE expected ) 7 new TLPs opportunity Launch the summer peak Preparation OC I amE, and Young Makers
  • 29.    + 0,25% Growth in RA + 200% MA + 400% RE
  • 30.  1st iGCDP Project in SETTAT
  • 31. Updates
  • 32. School and companies contact :     ESG: Partnership signed, with an amount of 25000 dh. UIC: Partnership on going Mundiapolis, Sherbrooke, ESCA, ESITH: Meeting done, follow up on going. Partnerships signed with Ain Ifrane, Gosia and the prospection is still on going.
  • 33. First event   : Conference : Moroccan Paths all over the world OCP : Walid Assou OC members : Soraya,Sihame Nebbate,Fatima Zahra Bouirig,Salim Sabil,Naoufal Benmoussa,Nacer Dably,Soufiane Jamali,Abdelmouiz Raissi. Attendance : 116 Speakers : Mourad Alaabouch, Riad Essbai,Meriem Borja CHAIR: Hamza Benatmane Partners: ESG,Gossia,ESG,H24.
  • 34.  Gathering alumni generations. End of ER
  • 35. Updates
  • 36. Updates
  • 37. New AIESEC ANFA Logo. Official Brand Wiki: MA | ANFA 1314| Visual Brand Guidelines
  • 38. New AIESEC ANFA Logo. Official Brand Wiki: MA | ANFA 1314| Visual Brand Guidelines >EwA Campaign: 73 EwA applicants for 24 spots, 2 application rounds, EwA Induction Day hold.
  • 39. New AIESEC ANFA Logo. Official Brand Wiki: MA | ANFA 1314| Visual Brand Guidelines >EwA Campaign: 73 EwA applicants for 24 spots, 2 application rounds, EwA Induction Day hold. >CEEDership Campaign: Application package wiki, 8 applications, 1 realized. >ANFA Processes Manual: 5 meetings with EBs done. >Internal Communication Policies: MA | ANFA 1314| Communication Revolution
  • 40. New AIESEC ANFA Logo. Official Brand Wiki: MA | ANFA 1314| Visual Brand Guidelines >EwA Campaign: 73 EwA applicants for 24 spots, 2 application rounds, EwA Induction Day hold. >CEEDership Campaign: Application package wiki, 8 applications, 1 realized. >ANFA Processes Manual: 5 meetings with EBs done. >Internal Communication Policies: MA | ANFA 1314| Communication Revolution >ANFA Contact Book updated: www.lcanfa.byethost24.com
  • 41. New AIESEC ANFA Logo. Official Brand Wiki: MA | ANFA 1314| Visual Brand Guidelines >EwA Campaign: 73 EwA applicants for 24 spots, 2 application rounds, EwA Induction Day hold. >CEEDership Campaign: Application package wiki, 8 applications, 1 realized. >ANFA Processes Manual: 5 meetings with EBs done. >Internal Communication Policies: MA | ANFA 1314| Communication Revolution >ANFA Contact Book updated: www.lcanfa.byethost24.com Alongside campaigns: WeTeach (30 CVs), Career Ahead (150 CVs), The Journey (300+ applicants).
  • 42. MARKETING Marketing strategic meetings for OGX and iGCDP. All design needs replied. Youtube external and internal channel. Flickr Account. RESEARCH Schools database. Exchange groups database. OGXers around the world. LEARNING IM PRO day, a coaching day with the MCVPOD. Archives structure set. SYNERGY Collaboration with ER for the « Moroccan Paths All Over The World ».
  • 43. >IM&M strong presence in front of the national plenary during KickOff 2013. >Best delegation award given to a newbie IMer. Yet, the BEST is to come… Shhhh..It’s a secret!!
  • 44. Updates
  • 45.       Raised 19 Matched 16 Realized 48 Elected GCDP director amine lahyani Designed new structure and process Winter peak project preparation
  • 46.      Raised 15 Matched 9 Realized 8 Elected GIP director meryem chakiri Career ahead project more then 150 applicant
  • 47.       Raised 6 Matched 5 Realized 10 Recruited 12 new members Elected three team leader Started the winter peak project
  • 48.       Raised 5 Matched 4 Realized 4 Recruited 8 new members Elected two team leaders Preparation of business man in you project End of OGX
  • 49. *drumroll*
  • 50. Goes to….
  • 51. Goes to….
  • 52. Arrojou3 ila l’El Sii
  • 53. The how?
  • 54. End of B2LC
  • 55. Groups
  • 56. AIESEC ANFA 13/14
  • 57. Oldies  Communication Problems ?
  • 58. Each member needs to have an AIESEC account with his personal information and picture over www.myaiesec.net Each member needs to check his AIESEC account at least once a month
  • 59.   Whenever you acquire a knowledge, share it on a wiki in order to reach 2 advantages: AIESEC ANFA expertise archiving AIESEC ANFA showcase to the global network. Weekly updates of every department should be shared EVERY MONDAY, with concise and clear points. All files need to be brand aligned .
  • 60. AIESEC Logos Bar Short Logo: Long Logo: .
  • 61. Reply to one/allis responsible of regularly checking Every member policy: when well receiving your emails, use the “reply to one” his/her aiesec.net email. While answering your emails, follow the priorities Cc policy: policy: titled [urgent] email prioritize, While communicating within then normal ones. [important] emails and the department: Cc the VP and the respective Team Leaders. Whenever you receive an email, send back a “well  received” one. While communicating to another department: Cc the respective VPs, Team Leaders and the VPTM.
  • 62. UNIFIED SIGNATURE
  • 63. All Facebook internal groups need to be “secret”. LC ANFA group posts needs to be related to AIESEC world ( Posts about studies and Spams will be deleted immediately). Any other groups created as an AIESEC work space needs to have the concerned VP presence (the VPTM in case of synergy).
  • 64. Every department need to have a Facebook group Department groups are to be administrated by the respectif VP . The LCP and VPTM need to be present in all official department groups but has no right in interacting with the team (post/like/comment). Every Team Leader needs to create his team’s group and make as admin his/her respective VP. VPs can create a Middle Management group for their team leaders.
  • 65. aiesec.anfa@aiesec.net For TM: talent.management@aiesec.net For IM²: im2.aiesecanfa@gmail.com For Finance: General Budget Manager: mehdi.qandili@aiesec.net All design requests need to be sent to: design.aiesecanfa@gmail.com Only Team Leaders have access to those mails !!
  • 66. CHECK: www.aiesec-anfa.wix.com/internalcommpolicy
  • 67. Aww