Global Learning

Environment
Why is it important?
How Can You Implement?
GLE – Its Importance
q It helps create specific environments required for
effective learning depending on the situation &...
How and Where do we use
the Global Learning Environment??
Discovery comes from the verb ‘Discover’,
which means to find(something or someone)
unexpectedly or in the course of a sea...
Example for Individual Discovery &
Reflection
Individual Discovery & Reflection of a LCVP term –
Through a LEAD Session:

...
Example LEAD- Individual Discovery & Reflection

Let’s revisit the starting line
WHAT REAL REASONS BROUGHT ME TO THE EB?
W...
Example LEAD- Individual Discovery & Reflection

Let’s revisit Q1
WHAT FEARS DID I HAVE?
HOW DID I OVERCOME THEM?
WHAT CHA...
Example LEAD- Individual Discovery & Reflection

Let’s revisit Q2
FEARS WAS I STILL CARRYING?
WHAT NEW FEARS AROSE?
HOW DI...
Mentoring refers to ‘advise or train,
especially a younger colleague.’
Mentoring is a process of one to one
tutorials/guid...
Example for Mentoring
Middle Level Management(MLM)-General Body
Mentorship Module:

MLM

Mentorship

General Body

The Obj...
Week 1
Initial Mentoring with
the Operational
Induction Package

Taking the Mentees
for a “Live”
Appointment/IS/Goal
Setti...
Week 2
Help the Mentees
through the
AIESEC Journey
Assessment & in
its progress

Hold a meeting with
the Mentees
individua...
Week 3
Performance
Review of the
Mentees

In case of poor/not
satisfactory
performance,
create a 2 week
POA of simple
acti...
Week 4
Conclude your formal
mentorship
experience. Review the
4 weeks. Take them
through key learnings.

Co-create a 4 wee...
Learning Circles is the process of learning
through the mix-match of the thoughts &
ideas many minds, working in tandem
to...
Example of a Learning Circle
Online Learning Circles:
Online Learning Circles are
teams of distance learners
who use techn...
Conferences and Seminars are a means
to create mass learning in a short span
of time.
These include the delivery of
knowle...
A Team refers to a group of people with
different skills & different tasks, who work
together on a common project, service...
*As covered in Virtual Learning
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  1. 1. Global Learning Environment Why is it important? How Can You Implement?
  2. 2. GLE – Its Importance q It helps create specific environments required for effective learning depending on the situation & profile of learners. q It gives a trainer/leader well defined implementation channels to make an effective delivery. q It keeps in mind the global perspective and is not restricted to a particular race/origin. I can be used for learners from different backgrounds.
  3. 3. How and Where do we use the Global Learning Environment??
  4. 4. Discovery comes from the verb ‘Discover’, which means to find(something or someone) unexpectedly or in the course of a search. Reflection refers to serious thought or consideration. This Global Learning Environment is self created & driven. It includes learning from day to day experiences. It also includes concentrated effort made by the individual towards creating such an environment for him/herself. Creation of an experience report at the end of a program/experience in AIESEC. This will make sure the person analyzes his/herself & learns through individual discovery & reflection.
  5. 5. Example for Individual Discovery & Reflection Individual Discovery & Reflection of a LCVP term – Through a LEAD Session: LCVP Half Way through term The Objectives for Reflection is as follows : q  To create avenues of identifying failures. q  Creating Learning avenues from those failures. q  Increase in personal competence. q  Increase in efficiency post individual discovery & reflection. Individual Discovery & Reflection
  6. 6. Example LEAD- Individual Discovery & Reflection Let’s revisit the starting line WHAT REAL REASONS BROUGHT ME TO THE EB? WHAT WERE MY DREAMS? WHAT CHANGE DID I WANT TO FOSTER? WHAT WERE MY HOPES FOR MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE? WHAT WAS MY LEVEL OF ENERGY? HOW PASSIONATE WAS I ABOUT THE JOURNEY THAT WAS STARTING? HOW WOULD I DESCRIBE THE PERSON I WAS WHEN I STARTED MY TERM?
  7. 7. Example LEAD- Individual Discovery & Reflection Let’s revisit Q1 WHAT FEARS DID I HAVE? HOW DID I OVERCOME THEM? WHAT CHALLENGES STOOD IN MY WAY? HOW DID I FACE THOSE CHALLENGES? WHAT GOALS/TASKS SEEMED IMPOSSIBLE TO ACHIEVE? HOW MANY OF THESE GOALS/TASKS DID YOU MANAGE TO ACHIEVE? WHAT MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR ME ACHIEVE THE SAME? WHAT WAS NEW IN ME AT THE END OF Q1?
  8. 8. Example LEAD- Individual Discovery & Reflection Let’s revisit Q2 FEARS WAS I STILL CARRYING? WHAT NEW FEARS AROSE? HOW DID I OVERCOME THEM? WHAT CHALLENGES STOOD IN MY WAY? HOW DID I FACE THOSE CHALLENGES? HOW HAD MY PERCEPTION OF IMPOSSIBLE CHANGED BY THEN? HOW COULD IDEFINE MY NEW LEVEL OF SEEING SITUATIONS AS? WHO HAVE I BECOME BY THE END OF Q2?
  9. 9. Mentoring refers to ‘advise or train, especially a younger colleague.’ Mentoring is a process of one to one tutorials/guidance being given to someone who is inexperienced in a particular field or organization. It is a common practice in many large organizations as part of their transition programs and new projects. The outgoing VP most probably becomes a mentor for the incoming VP in a Local Committee Executive Board. It helps the incoming person to make more informed & mature decisions without repeating the mistakes made before, giving him/her a learning right at the start of their experiences.
  10. 10. Example for Mentoring Middle Level Management(MLM)-General Body Mentorship Module: MLM Mentorship General Body The Objectives of Mentor is as follows : q  To help induct a new recruit into the organization culture. q  To be the initial critic in the member’s AIESEC career to help mould his/her path. q  To guide the member through his/her initial struggle/success in the organization.
  11. 11. Week 1 Initial Mentoring with the Operational Induction Package Taking the Mentees for a “Live” Appointment/IS/Goal Setting Helping the Mentees through the live simulation of a matching mania/ matching day
  12. 12. Week 2 Help the Mentees through the AIESEC Journey Assessment & in its progress Hold a meeting with the Mentees individually to gauge their experience in the 1st 10 days Make a report on the progress of your mentees & submit it to the VP TM
  13. 13. Week 3 Performance Review of the Mentees In case of poor/not satisfactory performance, create a 2 week POA of simple action steps In case of satisfactory/ good performance, create a growth path for the mentee for the next 2 months
  14. 14. Week 4 Conclude your formal mentorship experience. Review the 4 weeks. Take them through key learnings. Co-create a 4 week report for each Mentee in terms of their growth curve Create a communication channel with all your mentees to maintain constant guidance throughout their AIESEC XP
  15. 15. Learning Circles is the process of learning through the mix-match of the thoughts & ideas many minds, working in tandem towards a common goal. It helps with innovation & assurance around the core idea, as more minds are involved in the process. It is where most of the creativity happens in most companies. It is also the cause of most breakthroughs in the modern era. A Local Committee, a conference delegation etc in AIESEC are pure examples of natural learning circles. However, learning circles can also be formed for the purpose of learning a particular skill or topic.
  16. 16. Example of a Learning Circle Online Learning Circles: Online Learning Circles are teams of distance learners who use technology to gain a deeper understanding of areas of shared interest. The structure balances individual with collective responsibility to provide a setting which allows everyone to achieve their learning objectives.
  17. 17. Conferences and Seminars are a means to create mass learning in a short span of time. These include the delivery of knowledge/strategy that is applicable to a large group of people striving to achieve a similar goal/vision. Conferences are a powerful tool used by all major companies to help drive collaborative learning & optimized performance. A prominent external example would be a Model United Nations. It is a space for mass learning & discussion. Internally in AIESEC, conferences are probably the best used element of the GLE and is utilized at all levels of hierarchy.
  18. 18. A Team refers to a group of people with different skills & different tasks, who work together on a common project, service or goal with the meshing of functions and mutual support. Team experiences form the core learning experience of most organizations in the world today. Being able to be part of a team & working together is an important skill to posses. Making sure the selection of the team is done carefully to ensure everyone has a fruitful experience is of utmost importance. AIESEC has numerous examples of Team Experiences viz an EB, MC or Organizing Committee Experience. Setting team principles & goals are very important and is what constructs the experience of the team at the end.
  19. 19. *As covered in Virtual Learning
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