AIESEC UNSW National Awards 2010 Wiki - Talent Performance Award

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  • AIESEC UNSW National Awards 2010 Wiki - Talent Performance Award

    1. 1. AIESEC UNSW Talent Performance Award 2010, July National Awards
    2. 2. Forward The TM team of AIESEC UNSW’s goal is to not only ensure our talent supports the achievement of our Measures of Success, but our role is also to facilitate a more integrative AIESEC experience of all LC members. We believe we can achieve this through a strong recruitment and developing insights of our members needs, roles and aspirations regarding AIESEC.
    3. 3. Recruitment Achievements We recognise the need for a strong Key Achievements talent base to ensure high LC performance. A strong recruitment 500+ Expressions of Interests for us meant good start to the 2010 year. 120+ Students Attending 3 Info Sessions In orientation week 2010, AIESEC 65% growth in # of Applicants UNSW filled all roles in the LC with strong growth in # of applicants for positions with the LC 80 Interviews for 25 positions
    4. 4. Measures of Success 09/10 08/09 Growth Members 70 Exchanges 26 7 371% 53 Leadership 9 7 129% 35 Exchange + 2 2 0% Leadership 18 Members 39 60 -65% Exchange 0 1.5 8.6 573% 07/08 08/09 09/10 Efficiency
    5. 5. Retention Rate of Members 2009 Q2 2009 Q3 2010 Q1 2010 Q2 09/10 Avg % 70% 73% 55% 96% 73.5% In 2010, we recruited through the use of Role Descriptions to avoid role ambiguity. We have only seen 2 members leave the LC in the last quarter due to family commitments and military service. Members of the 2010 Executive Board, have been AIESEC members for an average of 20 months before stepping up into their roles. Hence we see the importance of retention in developing a high preforming EB team.
    6. 6. Percentage of Leaders Applying for Exchange • In 2009/2010, two AIESECers in UNSW 2009/2010 experienced leadership and exchange! Leaders 9 1. Tony Ho, RTF leader 2009, X+L 2 exchange to China % 22% 2. Katie Zhang, VP Marketing & Communications, exchange to China
    7. 7. Percentage of Members Applying for Leadership 2009 Q2 2009 Q3 2010 Q1 2010 Q2 Total Leadership Positions 1 7 1 1 10 Offered Applicants 2 13 1 1 16 % from Member 5% 30% 2.5% 2.5% 40% base In 2009, 2 members applied for the position of LCP. 11 members applied for 6 EB positions. 2 Applied for RTF in Quarter 2 While an RTF leader was recruited from the LC at the start of 2010, and 1 Events OCP position recruited.
    8. 8. Percentage of Members Applying for Exchange 2009 Q2 2009 Q3 2010 Q1 2010 Q2 Total Member Exchange 2 5 1 0 8 Applicants % from 5% 12.5% 2.5% 0% 20% Member base
    9. 9. Percentage of Members who have created or reviewed their Personal Learning Plans Created Reviewed 2009/2010 2010 Members Members 31 31 Created Review % 87% % 78% With the creation of the new PLP in 2010, we have been able to create new and/or review our PLPs with 31 new members this year.
    10. 10. Percentage of Members with clear Job Descriptions for all Leadership Positions and Taking Responsibility Roles 2009 Q2 2009 Q3 2010 Q1 2010 Q2 % 53% 55% 100% 100% In 2010, 100% of all LR positions in the LC (9 LR Positions) have role descriptions. This includes LCP, VPs, RTF Leader and Events OCP. In 2010, 100% of all TR positions in the LC (30 TR) have role descriptions. Recruitment was based on role descriptions and all members have specific

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