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JCI IN BELGIUM Vision 2025
WHY DO WE NEED A VISION
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WHY DO WE NEED A VISION
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Membership drops year after year: less than 1000 members left!
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WHY DO WE NEED A VISION
2025?
 Competition of other organizations and activities is growing
 Free time of people is gett...
WHY DO WE NEED A VISION
2025?
JCI exists for 70 years in Belgium. Decisions taken in the past were good,
seen from the con...
VISION 2025
GOAL: “To be the leading organization of young leaders (to be)”
 Attractive to young leaders (to be): exclusi...
1. TO BE THE LEADING
ORGANIZATION OF YOUNG
LEADERS (TO BE)
Top of mind organization for young people who want to develop t...
2. EXCLUSIVE MEMBERSHIP
Members = ambitious young people who (want to) take the lead in
their sector of society and to cre...
3. ONE CLEAR OFFERING:
DEVELOPMENT TRACKS FOR
(FUTURE) LEADERS
Leadership Skills Training
 Open trainings for a broad aud...
4. STRONG CHAPTERS
EVERYWHERE
50 Chapters of at least 25 members, preferably 50 members
- 50 Chapters = Less chapters but ...
5. ONE STRONG CENTRAL
ORGANIZATION
To Support
 Logistics: materials, merchandising, partnerships, human resources,…
 Com...
5. ONE STRONG CENTRAL
ORGANIZATION
One = More efficiency:
- One decisive organisation
- Less double roles of volunteers
- ...
ACTION PLAN - TIMELINE
Sept 22nd
Initial
presentation at
General Assembly
Dec 9th
Open Forum at
Active Citizen
Day
Jan
Pre...
THANK YOU FOR
CONSIDERING THIS!
STATEN GENERAAL – ETATS GENERAUX JCI IN BELGIUM:
• For JCI Belgium-Wallonie-Bruxelles: Nad...
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Jci in Belgium vision 2025

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A vision of JCI Belgium in 2025 as presented during the GA of JCI Belgium on 23 and 24 September 2017

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Jci in Belgium vision 2025

  1. 1. JCI IN BELGIUM Vision 2025
  2. 2. WHY DO WE NEED A VISION 2025? 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Evolution membership in JCI Belgium & Regions Total JCI Vlaanderen Total JCI BWB Total JCI Belgium
  3. 3. WHY DO WE NEED A VISION 2025? 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Number of LOMs Number of LOMs
  4. 4. WHY DO WE NEED A VISION 2025? 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 at least 50 members 25 - 39 members 10 - 24 members less than 10 members
  5. 5. WHY DO WE NEED A VISION 2025? Membership drops year after year: less than 1000 members left! Amount of local chapters drops year after year: only 54 LOMs left! Average size of LOMs is dropped to 21 in Vlaanderen, 14 in BWB, 18 in Belgium Median size of LOMs is dropped to 19 in Vlaanderen, 14 in BWB, 16 in Belgium Only 2 chapter have more than 50 members 12 Chapters have less than 10 members 26 Chapters have less than 25 members (but more than 10) In Vlaanderen 14/34 LOMs above 25 members, in BWB 2/20 LOMs above 25 members
  6. 6. WHY DO WE NEED A VISION 2025?  Competition of other organizations and activities is growing  Free time of people is getting more and more professionalised  Oversupply of information makes only strong messages stand out  Young people are very committed, but want to spread their attention and focus  Young people need to see a clear added value to commit themselves
  7. 7. WHY DO WE NEED A VISION 2025? JCI exists for 70 years in Belgium. Decisions taken in the past were good, seen from the context those decisions were taken in. Times are changing, so we should also ask ourselves if we need to change as well, looking for the solutions we need for the future, not for the past. There are no such things as “holy houses”. Everything should be able to be changed when necessary to build a strong organization towards the future. A modern organization should be purpose driven, customer centric and agile and authentic. These elements should be strengthened in our vision towards the future.
  8. 8. VISION 2025 GOAL: “To be the leading organization of young leaders (to be)”  Attractive to young leaders (to be): exclusive membership  Attractive to young leaders (to be): exclusive program in clear offering  To offer exclusive membership, exclusive program: strong local chapters needed  To create and support strong local chapters: strong central organization needed
  9. 9. 1. TO BE THE LEADING ORGANIZATION OF YOUNG LEADERS (TO BE) Top of mind organization for young people who want to develop their leadership skills (cfr Vlerick Business School for Business Skills)  25% of people between 18 and 40 has to know about JCI Being recognized by media and other opinion makers as the leading organization on leadership development and training  Media coverage online & offline Have an alumni network of people taking leading roles in all sectors of society  1000 leaders of organizations in Belgium with JCI background
  10. 10. 2. EXCLUSIVE MEMBERSHIP Members = ambitious young people who (want to) take the lead in their sector of society and to create positive change  Exclusive in ambtion and leadership potential  Not exclusive on background or current position Top Screening of Members, both to become and to stay a member  Yearly screening of members and decision if yes/no they can become/stay a member Membership is a Commitment, participation in activities is open to everyone  Measure activity of members (gamification?)
  11. 11. 3. ONE CLEAR OFFERING: DEVELOPMENT TRACKS FOR (FUTURE) LEADERS Leadership Skills Training  Open trainings for a broad audience – opportunities for members to showcase their knowledge and experience  Exclusive top trainings only for members  Train-the-trainer: only open for members Leadership Experience  Setting up small or bigger Community Change Projects  Opportunity to take up various roles in project teams  Opportunity to take up various roles in organizational structure Leadership International Network  Building an international network of leaders  Get inspired by rolemodels and visionary leaders from all over the world  Developing a broad an open minded vision of the world’s needs and opportunities
  12. 12. 4. STRONG CHAPTERS EVERYWHERE 50 Chapters of at least 25 members, preferably 50 members - 50 Chapters = Less chapters but stronger chapters, well spread over the whole country - 25 Members = Less impact of some individuals and less vulnerable to leaving members  In line with international rules and guidelines  Every chapter at least net break even in memberships every year - 50 Members = More impact in local community, more opportunities to grow in leadership  Aim: at least 5 commissions per chapter
  13. 13. 5. ONE STRONG CENTRAL ORGANIZATION To Support  Logistics: materials, merchandising, partnerships, human resources,…  Communication & Branding  Financial  Exchange & Inspire To Represent  to National and International organisations  to Partners, content partners, logistical partners, financial partners To Monitor and Guide  yearly audit of activities of local chapters by National Organization  One Vision, One Mission, One set of Objectives, One Strategy, One Target Group
  14. 14. 5. ONE STRONG CENTRAL ORGANIZATION One = More efficiency: - One decisive organisation - Less double roles of volunteers - Less meetings and obligations for LOMs - Clear organizational structure Central, but link with LOMs through (limited amount of) districts / regional VPs: - Support and exchange in districts - Actively founding new LOMs in districts or supporting voluntary mergers of LOMs
  15. 15. ACTION PLAN - TIMELINE Sept 22nd Initial presentation at General Assembly Dec 9th Open Forum at Active Citizen Day Jan Present results at General Assembly Feb/March Visiting LOMs … Implementati on committee(s) April Vote on vision at General Assembly
  16. 16. THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING THIS! STATEN GENERAAL – ETATS GENERAUX JCI IN BELGIUM: • For JCI Belgium-Wallonie-Bruxelles: Nadja Maraite – Henry Arnal • For JCI Vlaanderen: Ine Lepage – Olivier Brackx • For JCI Belgium: Sofie Goderis - Hans Everaert – Wouter Danckaert • For JCI Senate Belgium: Caroline Thoonen – Koen Vandenbunder – Tom De Coninck • For JCI SenSe Vlaanderen: Vincent Laroy – Dirk Glas • For JCI Belgium Foundation: Reginald Schaumans – Pascal Vallette • For JCI Staines Foundation: Sarah Lammers

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