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Bonner Congress 2012 Big Idea Sessions


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This is for the 2012 Bonner Congress at Waynesburg University. Students will meet in clusters to share and refine their big ideas, leaving with action plans. Bonner Advisory Board Members and Network Student Leaders/Staff will be using this.

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Bonner Congress 2012 Big Idea Sessions

  1. 1. Bonner Congress Big Idea Session One Saturday, October 20, 2012
  3. 3. Congress Big Idea...• The “Big Idea” proposal process prompts student representatives to come to the meeting with a range of ideas for improving and enhancing the Bonner Program and service more broadly in their campus communities. Participants engaged in project planning inspired by lessonslearned from visionaries, student movements and socialentrepreneurs past and present. Last year Reps were charged todevelop ideas around the following four categories;‣ Student Development & Leadership‣ Community Partnerships and Impact‣ Campus Culture and Coordination‣ Policy & Elections
  5. 5. BHAGs Are...• Action-oriented Clear (who, what, where, by when)• Compelling and gripping ~ people “get it” right away• Bold; bordering on arrogant or unattainable, but at the same time inspiring
  6. 6. Types of BHAGs• Target BHAG• Common Foe BHAG• Role-Model BHAG• Internal Transformation BHAG
  8. 8. What/Who is a stakeholder?• a person or group that has an investment, share, or interest in something, as a business or industry.
  9. 9. IdentifyStakeholders
  10. 10. Determining Personal Stakeholders
  11. 11. LET’S MOBILIZE
  12. 12. Lessons Learned Tips from student movements past and present• Organize | intentional conversations, relationships, partnerships• Strategize | targeted campaigning, power mapping, logic charts, and other tools• Promote | social media, branding• Execute | peak resources, inputs, outputs, progressive calls to action
  13. 13. Learn Your Audience• Develop a strategy to mobilize the masses, even across different types of audiences• Brainstorm the right approaches for each audience, including these and others!