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  • 1. AIESEC RELEVANCE
  • 2. 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)
  • 3. What we envision in AIESEC: Peace & Fulfilment of Humankind’s potential.
  • 4. Did it occur to you: “It’s been 64 years, is this still relevant?”
  • 5. Q1: What challenges does Indonesia/Your City face right now?
  • 6. Q1: What challenges does Indonesia/Your City face right now? povertyunemployment corruption economic inequality
  • 7. Q2: What do young people in Indonesia/your City need?
  • 8. Q2: What do young people in Indonesia/your City need? fair treatment/ no discrimination access to education confidence to do what they want to do money
  • 9. Q3: How does AIESEC address those needs here in Indonesia/Your City?
  • 10. Q3: How does AIESEC address those needs here in Indonesia/Your City? teach our members about cultural awareness? yes, but is AIESEC a school? NO. projects/iGCDP? are we going to solve all these issues through projects? NO. use our global voice to send emails to government to stop corruption? is that the purpose of our organisation? NO. then I don’t know…
  • 11. The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. Attended by President of AIESEC International
  • 12. “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 The World needs New Models of Leadership. The World needs New Models of Leadership.
  • 13. “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 multi- stakeholder 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 ! ! ! ! Business Frameworks Conceptual Skills Human Skills leadershiptheworldneeds
  • 14. “There are always different challenges and the world always needs different things.”
  • 15. We believe the solution can be constant and fundamental.
  • 16. The world needs Leadership.
  • 17. What’s the key relevance of AIESEC?
  • 18. We develop LEADERSHIP for a positive impact on society for peace and fulfilment of human kind’s potential
  • 19. How does AIESEC do that?
  • 20. Developing these frontier competencies would require an inner and outer journey. Outer- journey Inner- journey Business Frameworks Conceptual Skills Human Skills
  • 21. Outer- journey Inner- journey The World Economic Forum established that developing the leadership the world needs, individuals needs to be placed in a challenging environment ‘out of your comfort zone’ (Outer journey) but also go through an intense inner journey, a learning-from -doing experience with reflection and value generation.
  • 22. which just so happens to be what we do in AIESEC!!
  • 23. Outer- journey Inner- journey We do GCDP/GIP because living powerful exchange experiences develops Strong Leadership
  • 24. We do TMP/TLP because creating powerful team experiences for others develops Strong Leadership.
  • 25. We enable and develop strong leadership through our Experiential Leadership Development Program
  • 26. AIESEC is not an exchange organisation, we develop the kind of needed leadership through our exchange experience
  • 27. Our Impact Model Develop Leadership by providing Experiential Leadership Development Opportunities for Young People What We Envision: Peace & Fulfilment of Human Kind’s Potential
  • 28. AIESEC’s volunteering model allows us to develop the kind of needed leadership through creating experiences for others
  • 29. AIESEC is not fast food. We are not about superficial, fun holiday experiences.
  • 30. We build to last. • Our Vision is Peace and Fulfilment of Humankind’s potential. • We believe in developing young leaders who can make the world a better place. • Which is why we work so hard to ensure each and every ELD Experience (Experiential Leadership Development) is of high quality and developing the leadership the world needs.
  • 31. 1. The world we envision 2. The world it is now 3. What can be our contribution? 4. Our fundamental contribution is to develop leadership 5. What kind of leadership is needed now? 6. Is our model developing this kind of leadership? Yes/No? The world we envision Yes/No? Step 7? QUICK RECAP
  • 32. You are the impact. 7. You
  • 33. What is your promise to be the best you can be to achieve Peace and Fulfilment of Humankind’s potential.