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  1. 1. we invest in IMPACT we invest in our FUTURE LEADERS
  2. 2. We can’t address EVERY COMPLEX issue facing our nations and WORLD… but we can develop LEADERS with a holistic perspective to TACKLE those problems.
  3. 3. We believe in CULTIVATING young leaders who act CONSCIOUSLY& intentionally to create SUSTAINABLE IMPACT Why We Exist
  4. 4. Leadership matters, beyond just an organization. The quality of our leaders affects the quality of our lives. Without conscious leadership, little else matters. John Mackey, CEO, Whole Foods There are good leaders and bad leaders. We invest in remarkable leaders. Remarkable leaders are conscious leaders.
  5. 5. GOOD leaders create 3x more economic value than poor leaders, and EXTRAORDINARY leaders create significantly more economic value than all the rest. Zenger & Folkman
  6. 6. In an increasingly globalized world, we need leaders who are globally minded. 76% believe their organizations need to develop global-leadership capabilities, but only 7% think they are currently doing so very effectively. McKinsey & Company
  7. 7. We believe in SHIFTING the paradigm to a mindset of CONSCIOUS leadership where COMMUNITY relationships are DEVELOPED prior to creating holistic SOLUTIONS
  8. 8. our vision: a world of conscious leaders
  9. 9. what is conscious leadership?
  10. 10. FoundationforGlobalScholarsdefinesconscious leadersasauthentic,purpose-driventeamplayers committedtoincreasingtheirself-awareness.Theytake fullresponsibilityfortheirimpactandresultsinthe contextofthewholecommunity.
  11. 11. conscious leaders unconscious leaders committed to learning curious open closed defensive committed to being right
  12. 12. our mission: to inspire and equip young adults to tackle global challenges with international experience, leadership skills and cultural competence.
  13. 13. globally remarkable intentional talent how we achieve our mission:
  14. 14. DEFINITION: GRIT indomitable spirit; passion and perseverance for long-term goals
  15. 15. All have GRITto tackle GLOBAL CHALLENGES GRIT Scholars
  16. 16. Four components of the GRIT Program Summit Component 1 International Experience Component 2 Project Component 3 Conscious global leaders equipped with skills to tackle global challenges Ongoing Mentorship Component 4
  17. 17. GRIT Summit Gathering, inspiring and equipping our GRIT Scholars
  18. 18. 4 days in Denver, Colorado summitcomponents: Conscious LEADERSHIP DESIGN thinking The relationship between GOOD INTENTIONS & unintended CONSEQUENCES Working with PEOPLE of DIFFERENT backgrounds
  19. 19. GRIT International Experience Providing scholarships for international experiences
  20. 20. An accredited university program or a vetted partner program Studying, researching, teaching, volunteering, interning abroad Immersed in the culture-building relationships with community members, learning from locals and practicing cultural competence
  21. 21. GRIT Project Conducting projects that address global challenges
  22. 22. GRIT Scholars conduct projects that address a local or global challenge in 1 of 3 ways: community organizing Event or education program in collaboration with a local initiative conducting research Publish or present findings of research project concept designing Design a framework for an enterprise or a program to create sustainable change
  23. 23. GRIT Mentors Helping our GRIT Scholars evolve into globally remarkable leaders
  24. 24. GRIT mentors are: Trained in Conscious Leadership Globally experienced professionals Matched with a GRIT Scholar at the Summit Meeting monthly with their scholars
  25. 25. Cultural competence pre- and post-assessment Conscious leadership pre- and post-assessment Unique project impact We Measure Impact
  26. 26. Our Impact
  27. 27. Our other programs that support our mission 6 hour online course to amplify international experience Event showcasing individuals’ journeys to becoming global changemakers International student coaching and support services
  28. 28. GUIDING PRINCIPLES LEARN from every EXPERIENCE WONDER & Think BIG CREATE abundant SOLUTIONS FEEL all your FEELINGS Take RADICAL responsibility Generate APPRECIATION
  29. 29. join us.
  30. 30. fgscholars.org
  31. 31. Footnotes 1. How Extraordinary Leaders Double Profits // Zenger & Folkman http://zengerfolkman.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Double-Profits.pdf 2. Developing Global Leaders // McKinsley & Company www.mckinsey.com/insights/leading_in_the_21st_century/developing_global_leaders 3. 15 Economic Facts about Millenneals // Whitehouse.gov www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/docs/millennials_report.pdf

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