Aiesec barbados progress report march 2014

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Aiesec barbados progress report march 2014

  1. 1. AIESEC Barbados Progress Report, March 2014
  2. 2. ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  3. 3. Current structure MCP Adam Foks MC VP OD Veronika Hladikova OGX TML Chloe Walker 4 newies iGCDP CEED Ewa Hercka iGCDP TML Deshon Griffith 3 newies
  4. 4. MC Structre for 14.15 term MCP Adam Foks MC VP OGX/TM Veronika Hladikova MC VP iGIP/BD Lily Kisenga iGCDP CEED potentially
  5. 5. LC structure for 14.15 term LCP VP iGCDP 5 members VP OGX OGX TML 5 members VP TM 1 member VP ER 3 members
  6. 6. Leadership development Newies RCTM • 10 applications • 7 members recruited EB/ LDS Body selection • May/ June • EB Term shall start in September
  7. 7. CEED • Ewa Hercka, LC Poznań, Poland • March 12th – June 5th 2014 • Main responsibility for iGCDP project(s) preparation for summer • Coordination of day-to-day operations on spot
  8. 8. ELD PERFORMANCE
  9. 9. Programme Reality Planned 31.12.2013 30.6.2014 oGCDP RA 3 2 14 MA 0 0 13 RE 0 0 10 iGCDP RA 0 0 7 MA 0 0 7 RE 0 0 6 oGIP RA 2 1 7 MA 0 0 6 RE 0 0 5 iGIP RA 0 0 0 MA 0 0 0 RE 0 0 0 TMP RE 4 5 15 TLP RE 2 2 4
  10. 10. OGX • Successes • November RCTM plan overfulfilled in applications and raises in both programmes • Positive feedback towards this opportunity • Global Citizen, Global Talent brands implemented • First GIP EP match (matching time under 90 days), realization on 15th of March • Main challenges • Conversion from application to raise • Price • Pushing in matching
  11. 11. TMP/TLP • Successes • 2 TMLs selected • 100 % retention rate  • Youth Talent brand implemented • Main challenges • Membership recruitment – people not used to devote that much time to sth • Reliability and committment of the members
  12. 12. iGIP/ BD • Successes • Connections with several organisations established • Welcoming the opportunity of iGIP, but rather sceptical about the realization process due to immigration policy of Barbados • Main challenges • No income, no raises • iGIP realization process will be more difficult than anticipated • More difficult to penetrate the market • Need to cut of all activities in iGIP/BD due to immigration policy
  13. 13. EXTERNAL POSITIONING
  14. 14. External positioning • Successes • Connection with UWI, BCC established • Connection with UNDP, Global Shapers, VCTT, CUSO etc. • More followers on social networks than planned • Media appearances • Website launched • Main challenges • No MoU with UWI yet – no formal support, no office etc. • Support from AI – website, ORS, Opportunities, NPS
  15. 15. LEGALITY
  16. 16. Legality • Successes • AIESEC Barbados legally established • AIESEC Logo trademark – application submitted • Bank account opening in progress • Main challenges • AIESEC word trademark application not submitted • Legal stay in Barbados • Understanding Bajan law correctly and thus making the right decision
  17. 17. NEXT STEPS
  18. 18. Next steps Happening in Barbados • OGX RCTM • CEEDership Management from distance • Work permit • IPM/ Xpro representation • Further cooperation with AIESEC ČR

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