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  • 1. MCP 2009-2010 Application- 2nd Round AIESEC IN UGANDA Are you waiting for things to happen or making things happen? Applications are open and uploaded to myaiesec.net on Saturday, 07th March 2009. MCP applications will be due on Monday, 23rd March 2009 at 2300Hrs (East African time). MCP’s review board will be held at the MC office on Saturday, 04th April 2009 Elections and announcement of the MCP will be help on Saturday, 11th April 2009. For any questions on this application or the election process please contact Ram Abubakar Muhammad. For any questions about the role of MCP, please contact Ram @: uganda@aiesec.net @: ram.hadji@gmail.com Tel: +256 714791499 Please also visit the AIESEC in Uganda elections wiki for more information and message from current MCP AIESEC in Uganda | MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | www.aiesec.org/uganda
  • 2. Section 1: Personal Details Name Fredrick Kariuki Date and place of birth Nairobi, 16th August 1984 Mobile 0702215877 email kisfred@gmail.com Skype and Msn address fkaris@hotmail.com Section 2: Experience List all AIESEC and relevant positions you’ve held, year and key achievements. Dates Position Key Achievements From: June 2006 LVCP – X Successful project implementation To: June 2008 AIESEC MUBS Successful exchange team creation Regional exchange partnership From: March 2006 Team leader Project promotions to companies and students (African Yes Project) To: June 2006 Successful project implementation with 6 companies and 40 students From: October 2005 Team member Successful recruitment of 60 members To: March 2006 ( Recruitment team ) Successful recruitment induction List the International Experiences you’ve taken-up in AIESEC (conferences, CEEDs, exchange etc). Responsibilities (if applicable) and Date Role (Delegate, CEED etc) Country Score Facilitator Using myaiesec.net March 2009 Score 2008 Facilitator Theme nights February 2009 Achieve Facilitator Exchange and TN takers February 2008 National Conference Delegate AIESEC Kenya voting procedures January 2008 AIESEC in Uganda | MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | www.aiesec.org/uganda
  • 3. Pioneers conference Delegate Regional East Africa integration ( Kenya ) November 2007 Information Seminar Delegate Integrating members into AIESEC ( Botswana ) July 2007 National Planning Facilitator Exchange CSF criteria. Seminar June 2007 African Yes Project Project facilitator Entrepreneurial training on business plans creation ( Botswana ) June – August 2007 Ignition Project facilitator How insight works in AIESEC October 2007 LEADS Delegate AIESEC Uganda voting procedures March 2006 NIS Delegate AIESEC Induction October 2005 Discuss the 3 main areas in AIESEC where you have had the most experience. Area Describe briefly your experience How would this benefit the MC? Exchange Managing the exchange system in Increase exchange numbers and quality Management AIESEC MUBS Talent Managing member profiles as well as Managing LC development and growth Management interns in the country External relations Marketing AIESEC opportunities to Create an AIESEC brand which stands out and is students and companies known in the country. AIESEC in Uganda | MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | www.aiesec.org/uganda
  • 4. Complete a self-assessment against the competency model (you may add a brief description for each). Experience Competency No Low Some Regular Strong Effective Communication Yes Developing Others yes Stakeholder Focus Yes Flexible Thinking Yes Innovation Yes Commitment to results Yes Self-Awareness Yes Personal Effectiveness Yes Resilience Yes Awareness of others Yes Inclusiveness Yes AIESEC in Uganda | MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | www.aiesec.org/uganda
  • 5. Section 3: General questions What is your motivation in applying for MCP? How does this experience align with your future plans? To build AIESEC Uganda and its members What personal and professional characteristics do you display that would make you suitable as MCP of AIESEC Uganda? Personal I am steadfast and even paced. I believe in taking an active role in my development and the development of others. Professional I am results oriented I believe in achieving results as a contribution to success Describe an experience when you made a wrong decision. What did you learn from the experience? I created a team and then failed to motivate them. The lesson learnt is that motivation is an important tool in achieving success. Defining roles to members as well as encouraging them is important. What has been your contribution to the current state of your LC/MC? I have been giving support in exchange and talent management in the different LCs, helping out in other areas of LC development as well. What is the relevance of an AIESEC Experience in Uganda? To build AIESEC Uganda and to build myself as an individual AIESEC in Uganda | MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | www.aiesec.org/uganda
  • 6. The primary role of an MCP is to lead and manage a high performing team. What is your leadership style? What do you believe will be the strengths and potential pitfalls of applying this style to your MC team? My leadership style is taking a contributive approach The strengths of applying this approach is the shared energy and synergy within the team. Strengthening the strengths as well as managing the weaknesses The pitfalls of this approach is that decision making is slowed down as everyone’s contribution has to be considered Identify three key trends that are affecting Uganda and explain how those trends are influencing AIESEC in Uganda’s contribution, structures and processes? The Global financial crisis: This has led to the restructuring and resizing of companies hence led to the reduction of exchange numbers. AIESEC brand identity: AIESEC in Uganda is not known, it’s not clear. It is not known as exchange based. Members have little information about exchange and its related opportunities. Alumni engagement There are few activities which engage the alumni and the organization, improving this relationship is important for the organizational growth, as they will be encouraged to support it. What do you see as AIESEC Uganda’s critical area(s) of success in the coming 2 years? AIESEC expansion in more LC’s. This has been important as more manpower will be injected into the organization hence more member development. Strong University support and presence We get a lot of support in the universities as we are well known and respected by the universities. AIESEC in Uganda | MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | www.aiesec.org/uganda
  • 7. What role should AIESEC Uganda play in the International Network and the African GN by the end of 2010? What should we do to get to that point? More contribution in Issue Based projects Brand AIESEC Uganda as an important internship experience destination Section 4: MCP specific questions Analyse the current performance of AIESEC in Uganda and then list the strengths and weaknesses? Strengths Strong university presence and support More members who are knowledgeable about AIESEC Weaknesses Unmotivated members. Weak and poor brand What are the 3 key strategies you would like to continue/implement in your year? LC development As LCs develop, the members develop as well Brand alignment When we are clear about who we are and what we do, we encourage more external engagement Exchange development This will encourage more exchange opportunities, I will endeavor to create an independent and self sustaining exchange team, that its work is solemnly exchange What is your understanding on AIESEC Uganda’s financial management and what strategies would you use to improve it? AIESEC financial management is poor. What do you want to accomplish during your term? Strategies: What I would do is to MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | AIESEC in Uganda | create more revenue generating activities. www.aiesec.org/uganda Be strict on member subscription Create more external engagement events that generate revenue
  • 8. What is the key cultural or values shift you would like to see in AIESEC Uganda in 09-10, what strategy would you employ to make it happen? Excellent cultural and values which represent the organization. Clear organizational policies regarding member development and code of conduct in meetings and AIESEC external engagements. A strong communication system, that ensures that members are aware of the different opportunities that they can take up in AIESEC Stress on AIESEC values, living them and practicing them in AIESEC engagements and in their personal lives. What do you see as the ideal structure for the MC team in 09-10 as being? Member committee president MCVP – Talent management and LC Development MCVP – Information Management MCVP – Exchange MCVP- Alumni coordinator MCVP – External relations AIESEC in Uganda | MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | www.aiesec.org/uganda
  • 9. Please write a summary of the most important points of your application (limitation to half a page) The most important points of my application are: My Strategies: LC development As LCs develop, the members develop as well Brand alignment Goodluck   When we are clear about who we are and what we do, we encourage more external engagement Exchange development This will encourage more exchange opportunities, I will endeavor to create an independent and self sustaining exchange team, that its work is solemnly exchange Strengths Strong university presence and support More members who are knowledgeable about AIESEC Weaknesses Unmotivated members. Weak and poor brand AIESEC in Uganda | MC 2009-2010 Applications| P.O.BOX 1337, Kampala, Uganda | www.aiesec.org/uganda

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