Navigating the Chaos - BHAG [NSW STATECON 2014]

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  • 5 mins
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  • Google
  • Disney
  • AIESEC
  • 3mins
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  • The challenge is your to take, there is no set path a treasure map
  • Impossible is nothing, growth mindset! Acknowledge your fears, but overcome them! Destroy them
  • Navigating the Chaos - BHAG [NSW STATECON 2014]

    1. 1. Navigating the Chaos LEAD TMP Part 1
    2. 2. Simulation - Experience Begin with end in mind
    3. 3. Agenda Setting the scene Sharing that matters What is a BHAG Your BHAG
    4. 4. Objectives Delegates understand the concept of a BHAG and why it is relevant to AIESEC and them personally Delegates reflect on the possibility of their own BHAG Delegates connect amongst one another on a deeper level
    5. 5. Flow Setting the scene Sharing that matters What is a BHAG Your BHAG Conclusion and reflection
    6. 6. Go for a walk...
    7. 7. And as quickly as possible...
    8. 8. Get into a group of...
    9. 9. TWO (2)!!
    10. 10. SEVEN (7)!!!!!!!
    11. 11. FIVE (5)!!!!!
    12. 12. TEN (10)!!!!!!!!!!
    13. 13. FOUR (4)!!!!
    14. 14. Congratulations! You are now with the group you will be working in for the next 30-ish minutes
    15. 15. Time to share • Pair up with one other person in your group and find some space
    16. 16. Find out about... Your partner’s favorite place in the world to just be who they are Make sure you ask why
    17. 17. Find out about... Your partner’s favorite thing to do in their free time Make sure you ask why Is there a connection with their favorite place?
    18. 18. Find out about... Your partner’s passion in life - why do they get up in the morning? Make sure you ask why Is there a connection with their favorite place and thing to do?
    19. 19. Take a seat with your new best friend
    20. 20. So what is a BHAG? It is more than another acronym
    21. 21. Organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.
    22. 22. Be the best company in the world for all fields of family entertainment.
    23. 23. Engage and develop every young person in the world.
    24. 24. We want to do the IMPOSSIBLE.
    25. 25. In reality a BHAG has nothing to do with the impossible. It was actually a goal setting method outlined in the book “Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies” by James Collins and Jerry Porras
    26. 26. “A true BHAG is clear and compelling, serves as a unifying focal point of effort and acts as a clear catalyst for team spirit. It has a clear finish line, so the organisation can know when it has achieved the goal; people like to shoot for finish lines.” - Collins and Porras
    27. 27. Back to the notion of impossible
    28. 28. So can YOU have a BHAG?
    29. 29. Grab a paper and pen, time to exert some effort!
    30. 30. In the next 5 minutes come up with a BHAG for the rest of your AIESEC journey.
    31. 31. In the next 5 minutes come up with a personal BHAG.
    32. 32. Get back together with your new best friend
    33. 33. Share your AIESEC BHAG (and your personal BHAG if your feeling particularly brave). As their best friend you should be able to provide feedback and keep them accountable for the BHAG’s success.
    34. 34. Begin with end in mind.
    35. 35. What is your greatest fear?
    36. 36. *POP* THOSE BALLOONS

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