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I designed a model for teaching empathy for high school students. It aims to create young leaders with social impact. The pilot project is on progress :)

I designed a model for teaching empathy for high school students. It aims to create young leaders with social impact. The pilot project is on progress :)

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  • PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impact 6 months period Actors involved: PSF, schools, EXPLORATION Students, relevant partners, resource personAfter the program,students will betargeted to leverage GROW SOCIAL DESIGNtheir impacts as well assupport/ mentor their CHANGEjuniors 6 months period Actors involved: PSF, schools, Students, supporting system, IMPLEMENTATION resource person, targeted partners, media www.imanusman.com
  • PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impactA. EXPLORATION • Learning the power of an individual I Know • Exploring passion and interests • Reflecting past experiences My Self • Sharpening Asset Based Thinking Social • Learning an individual’s position in the middle of social system • Individual’s responsibility toward himself and society Issues • Introduction of Social Issues Exposure • Building empathy by seeing and feeling the surrounding Get • Sharpening the empathy by getting involved in social actions • Learning best practices . Possible method: visit, service, Involved keynotes, or marketplace www.imanusman.com
  • PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impactB. DESIGN • Find issues that you care most about Attract the • Introduction of social ventures • Creative solutions and best practices exposure Wanted • Introducing Social Venture’s Formula: Passion + Skills + Change Issues + Targeted Society = Social Venture • Analyzing possible actions • Selecting possible actions • Visibility analysis  SWOT, resources mapping • Project management and Leadership Planning • Creating plan of action, with tangible targets and timeline • Budgeting  maximizing the available resources • Sharpening the students’ characters www.imanusman.com
  • PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impactC. IMPLEMENTATION Capacity Mentorship Monitoring Development • Creating a support • Improving the quality of • Monitoring and system that involves the students as the evaluation during and schools, PSF, partners leaders by giving after the process • Connecting capacity to the areas • Creating a space for international peer where students are improvement mentors with students lacking www.imanusman.com
  • PATHWAY TO LEADERSHIP Creating young leaders with impactD. GROW LEVERAGING PEER SUPPORT Monitoring THE IMPACT SYSTEM • Providing access to • Students who already • Monitoring and students to expand completed the projects evaluation during and their projects and will be assigned to be after the process impacts by connecting peer mentor to support • Creating a space for students with leaders, their juniors’ projects improvement partners, and media come true • Creating an online and offline sharing platform • Improving the quality of their projects by learning from best practices www.imanusman.com