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You can view here the key slides from the ebbf 2013 annual general meeting. In the last two slides the suggestions from the consultation with the members present and the members of the new 2014 ebbf …

You can view here the key slides from the ebbf 2013 annual general meeting. In the last two slides the suggestions from the consultation with the members present and the members of the new 2014 ebbf governing board.

A low resolution video of the AGM can be viewed at the following link, starting from minute 2:14
http://twitcam.livestream.com/fh9c8

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  • 1. the 2013 ebbf annual general meeting presented by daniel truran ebbf - director general
  • 2. is a global open learning community accompanying mindful individuals passionate about contributing to a prosperous, sustainable & just civilisation through their daily work www.ebbf.org | why ebbf exists
  • 3. identifying emerging issues and opportunities engage in constructive discourse influence, by transforming thinking and action empowering others to take action ensure continuity and replication applying spiritual principles to all of the above www.ebbf.org | ebbf 3 year vision for the next three years our vision is to specifically:
  • 4. key activities publications 1. two international events 7. research - knowledge centres 8. ebbf publications 4. action labs 2. ebbf meaningful breakfast 6. ebbf at UN Global Compact 3. ebbf meaningful hangouts 5. create your dream enterprise 9. moral leadership and other courses www.ebbf.org | how
  • 5. www.ebbf.org | ebbf meaningful hangouts . what kinds of NEW collaborative enterprises are surfacing? - click here to download transcript . co-working, crowd-sourcing and crowd-funding what can we learn from these new collaborative trends? . how can I scale up, replicate and fund my social enterprise? . how can technology better serve society? . reinventing the enterprise, co-creating prosperity . eliminating extremes of wealth and poverty in a green economy context . what are the first steps in creating my dream enterprise? ( click here to find out more about the ebbf "creating your dream enterprise" project ) . how can we make an impact in the sustainable Path to RIO+20? . what are the 9 most important things to know about how to DO meaningful work? . how can "game theory" help us build learning organizations? . what can the Goldman Sachs case teach us about Moral Leadership? Some of the online events themes we covered:
  • 6. Every Thursday !
  • 7. key activities publications 1. two international events 7. research - knowledge centres 8. ebbf publications 4. action labs 2. ebbf meaningful breakfast 6. ebbf at UN Global Compact 3. ebbf meaningful hangouts 5. create your dream enterprise 9. moral leadership and other courses www.ebbf.org | how
  • 8. http://ebbf.org/mindful-people/publications
  • 9. 1. meaningful conversations 2. around relevant themes 3. following a process 4. involving specific audiences 5. influencing 6. sharing the learning www.ebbf.org | how action labs
  • 10. www.ebbf.org | ebbf action labs
  • 11. Protagonists of ebbf ? www.ebbf.org | key protagonists YOU the members
  • 12. “I then had many meaningful conversations between 2007 and 2009 where the model was refined. Many of them at ebbf conferences, the kind of conversations that I define as life changing. In many of those conversations people would react so very enthusiastically and give great ideas, I specifically remember conversations with Larry Staudt and Graham Boyd whom I had met at past ebbf events.” www.ebbf.org | stories of HOW ebbf accompanies
  • 13. “When attending the last ebbf conference, which are always an unmissable source of inspiration for us, I remember a great conversation I had with ebbf board member Françoise Le Goff and I wrote down in my notebook a little note she mentioned “never sacrifice people for profit as in the future that will be thrown back to you” “ “An ebbf member shared with me an article that about the difference between happiness and meaningfulness (http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/01/ theres-more-to-life-than-being-happy/266805/)” “What really drives me comes from a talk I heard at my first ebbf conference, where World Bank director Augusto Lopez-Claros made a strong statement that aligned me with ebbf and then inspired my vision on the future.” www.ebbf.org | stories of HOW ebbf accompanies “surround yourself with people who are like-minded: I think back at all the people I met at ebbf and who have been supporting us to follow this road”
  • 14. “The cycle of studying, acting and reflection works well in ebbf. Over the years I have learned (and I really started from basics, I knew zero) what is a sustainable way to develop organizations as a grass-root worker, tried it into real life at my own work places, and talked about it to my friends. I have realized that everybody seem to have the same humble posture of learning there. Discussing and sharing ideas only, or “raising awareness”, would not change anything really. We do discuss, even extensively when we meet, but when we get back then it is all about doing.” www.ebbf.org | stories of HOW ebbf accompanies
  • 15. www.ebbf.org | NEW short stories of members NEW
  • 16. FOUR new open positions http://ebbf.org/meaningful-work/ebbf-job-openings
  • 17. key ebbf data www.ebbf.org | key data
  • 18. 18jan2012 15sep2012 4jan2013 20sep2013 2,061 www.ebbf.org | facebook https://www.facebook.com/ebbf.mindfulpeople.meaningfulwork as of 20th September 2013
  • 19. 2,000 ! individuals passionate about contributing to a prosperous, just and sustainable civilization through their daily work We have reached over 2,000 LIKEs on ebbf’s Facebook, who are they?
  • 20. Every day a new post on social media related to the conference, for example quotes such as this
  • 21. people USED the online materials for example to update their cover photo
  • 22. www.ebbf.org | activities of members connected to pre-event campaign materials
  • 23. www.ebbf.org | facebook - demographics as of 20th September 2013
  • 24. 23sep2011 15sep2012 18jan2012 4jan2013 20sep2013 as of 20th September 2013 www.ebbf.org | twitter https://www.twitter.com/ebbf @ebbf
  • 25. ebbf financials www.ebbf.org | financials
  • 26. INCOMING RESOURCES 1st January to 31 August 20131st January to 31 August 20131st January to 31 August 2013 1st January to 31 August 20121st January to 31 August 20121st January to 31 August 2012 Euro Euro Euro Euro Euro Euro MEMBERSHIP DUES Annual Membership 8,216.61 8,474.00 Five Years Membership 3,525.00 2,500.00 Lifetime Membership 2,000.00 4,015.00 SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS Individual Contributions 3,121.70 12,371.02 Corporate Contributions 1,500.00 1,238.00 CONFERENCES May Conference London ( Income) 9,958.50 21,363.67 May Conference London ( Expenditure) (5,522.79) 4,435.71 (19,277.51) 2,086.16 October conference Barcelona (Income) 11,969.45 7,230.00 October conference ( Expenditure) (2,664.00) 9,305.45 - 7,230.00 Rome Conference SALE OF BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS French Bookstore 371.65 Direct selling at events 476.80 138.00 OTHER INCOME Bank Interest 138.67 Total INCOMING RESOURCES 32,581.27 38,562.50 www.ebbf.org | financials - income
  • 27. RESOURCES EXPENDED 1st January to 31 August 20131st January to 31 August 20131st January to 31 August 2013 1st January to 31 August 20121st January to 31 August 20121st January to 31 August 2012 Euro Euro Euro Euro Euro Euro Director General 32,000.00 32,000.00 Secretariat 2,400.00 2,100.00 Gov. Board - Travel 1,827.95 1,811.34 Gov. Board - Catering 250.00 317.80 Capacity Building Team 114.00 410.89 Event Team 885.49 87.37 Corporate Service Team External relations Publications Trust and Trustworthiness 561.78 Other Publications 244.06 152.00 Communications Designer 3,000.00 Internet, Tel, Postage, Stationeries Internet / Communications 187.41 346.74 Postage and Carriage 88.82 18.26 Stationery, Supplies and Photocopy Subscriptions Subscriptions 605.00 605.00 Bank and PayPal Charges Bank Charges 243.33 72.83 Exchange gains/loss (320.00) PayPal Charges 188.68 561.98 Total RESOURCES EXPENDED 39,034.74 41,725.99 www.ebbf.org | financials - expenses
  • 28. 1st January to 31 August 2013 1st January to 31 August 2012 Total INCOMING RESOURCES 32,581.27 38,562.50 Total RESOURCES EXPENDED 39,034.74 41,725.99 Operating Deficit (6,452.47) (3,163.49) www.ebbf.org | financials - summary
  • 29. key indicators of ebbf membership www.ebbf.org | membership
  • 30. Country 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 (*) United States 35 35 30 43 48 59 44 51 55 United Kingdom 27 38 38 40 42 49 47 52 55 Netherlands 23 31 38 42 42 46 37 37 34 Switzerland 12 10 13 22 29 38 33 35 33 Italy 21 20 15 17 24 34 31 27 26 Germany 17 21 21 29 25 29 26 25 24 France 27 20 22 25 27 31 26 22 20 Belgium 12 15 15 15 18 16 13 14 12 China 4 4 4 6 8 7 8 10 10 Austria 14 14 14 10 Canada 6 10 15 15 14 17 11 10 8 Luxembourg 8 6 7 Spain 3 3 4 11 11 12 7 6 6 Portugal 5 Finland 3 4 7 12 9 12 8 5 4 Total members in other nations 64 97 143 109 111 100 69 67 72 Total eligible members 251 305 356 386 408 464 382 383 381 Total Countries where present 42 39 55 61 61 60 51 53 51 (*) as of 20th september 2013 www.ebbf.org | membership by country
  • 31. 12% 13% 58% 15% 3% < 1 yr 1 to 2 yrs 3 to 5 yrs 6 to 10 yrs > 10 yrs www.ebbf.org | seniority of ebbf membership
  • 32. is a global open learning community accompanying mindful individuals passionate about contributing to a prosperous, sustainable & just civilisation through their daily work www.ebbf.org | why ebbf exists How can we better accompany you? How can we become a better learning organization?
  • 33. www.ebbf.org | suggestions from the consultation - engage with members about the location and pricing of the next two international conferences, catering for different financial possibilities. - more connections with AIESEC, Jade, JCIs as they have very like-minded members eager for and used to meaningful action - for example inviting their leadership to ebbf events. - we should better capture at what stage of their evolution, our members currently are. This will allow us to both better map how members are increasing their influence through ebbf’s accompaniment and help us design ebbf accompaniment services that better fit their current and desired stage of evolution. - ebbf’s online presence should allow members to post an idea for a business and test it with the trusted ebbf community / receive input on how to evolve it - we should continuously improve our positionining and unique value proposition as a Baha’i- inspired organization - we suggest ebbf partner with more like-minded organizations such as TBLI and other impact investment entities. - considering our weak financial position, we should actively look for new revenue streams such as government grants
  • 34. www.ebbf.org | the 2014 elected ebbf governing board and director general Paul HughesMika Korhonen Arthur DahlStephanie Akkaoui Hughes Françoise Le Goff Mahmud Samandari Wendi Momen Daniel Truran http://ebbf.org/ebbf/about-us/the-board