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Facilitator Training for JWEF 2013

  1. 1. Facilitator Orientation Building Team & Discovering Group Wisdom Presented by : Nivetha Narayanasamy 4 July 2013
  2. 2. Contents 1. What is WEF & JWEF? 2. White Paper 3. JWEF 2013 Program & Speakers 4. Basic Skills of Facilitator 5. Important Things to Remember
  3. 3. World Entrepreneurship Forum The World Entrepreneurship Forum was created in 2008 Founding members: Emlyon Business School (France), KPMG (France), ACE (Singapore), NTU (Singapore) Entrepreneurship is the key to creating wealth and social justice to prepare the world for 2050. A Global community including 5 continents & 250 countries This year WEF is held in Singapore from 31 Oct to 2 Nov is the junior version of WEF focusing on the Youth contribution to Entrepreneurship .
  4. 4. What is JWEF? Junior World Entrepreneurship Forum Aim of JWEF Promote and Accelerate Junior Entrepreneurship globally as a way to create wealth and social justice, to prepare the world of 2050.
  5. 5. WEF & JWEF 13 Forums Worldwide
  6. 6. JWEF- Global
  7. 7. JWEF 2013 This year JWEF Singapore, is held from 6th-7th July. Venue: Warehouse @ *SCAPE Theme
  8. 8. White Paper During the JWEF, youths from all background will meet entrepreneurs, experts and politicians and identify best practices and recommendations to be presented at the World Entrepreneurship Forum. These recommendations will then be collated into a White Paper, which will be available publicly.
  9. 9. White Paper The White Paper is a document that explains the results, conclusions or construction resulting from an organized committee or a research collaboration. In our case, it will collate the innovative ideas and suggestions that are gathered during the discussion period at the Forum. This White Paper will be presented at the World Entrepreneurship Forum
  10. 10. White Paper & You For the White Paper to be effective and insightful, the discussions during JWEF needs to be deep and meaningful It will be your job as a Facilitator to ensure this. During JWEF, after each speaker has spoken, we will discuss the issues covered by the speakers among the Participants. As Facilitators, your role will be to actively lead this group discussion and create content for the White Paper.
  11. 11. Your Role Each of you will have a team of 15 Participants. Later on, you will get the opportunity to learn the skills you will require to become an effective Facilitator from Larry.
  12. 12. JWEF Program TIMING 6th July 7th July 0900 hrs- 0930hrs Registration Registration 0930hrs -1000 hrs Niche’preneur: Keith Ng (Gametize) 1000hrs - 1030hrs Red Carpet Event Niche’preneur: Brendon (Pirate 3D) 1030hrs -1100hrs Opening Gala @ Scape GOH: Teo Ser Luck White Paper Discussion 1100hrs - 1130hrs Dialogue with GOH Teo Ser Luck 1130hrs - 1200hrs Young’preneur: Roy Goh (PUSH Music) Funding & Incubation: Roderick Chia (rodVENTURE) 1200hrs - 1230hrs - Introduction to the White Paper - White Paper Discussion Funding & Incubation: Julian (Red Dot) 1230hrs - 1300hrs White Paper Discussion 1300hrs - 1400hrs Lunch! Lunch! 1400hrs - 1430hrs Makesense Speaker: Larry Tchiou Panel Discussion: The Million Dollar Mark 1130hrs - 1200hrs Roy Goh (PUSH Music) 1200hrs - 1230hrs - Introduction to the White Paper - White Paper Discussion Fun 1230hrs - 1300hrs W 1300hrs - 1400hrs Lunch! 1400hrs - 1430hrs Makesense Speaker: Larry Tchiou Panel D E1430hrs - 1500hrs Panel Discussion: Social Benny Se Teo (18 Chefs) Leona Leong (Aii) Richardo Chua (Adrenalin) 1500hrs - 1530hrs 1530hrs - 1600hrs 1600hrs - 1630hrs White Paper Discussion W 1630hrs - 1700hrs 1700hrs - 1730hrs Roundup 1730hrs – 1800hrs Day Ends
  13. 13. JWEF Program 1130hrs - 1200hrs Roy Goh (PUSH Music) 1200hrs - 1230hrs - Introduction to the White Paper - White Paper Discussion 1230hrs - 1300hrs 1300hrs - 1400hrs Lunch! 1400hrs - 1430hrs Makesense Speaker: Larry Tchiou 1430hrs - 1500hrs Panel Discussion: Social Benny Se Teo (18 Chefs) Leona Leong (Aii) Richardo Chua (Adrenalin) 1500hrs - 1530hrs 1530hrs - 1600hrs 1600hrs - 1630hrs White Paper Discussion 1630hrs - 1700hrs 1700hrs - 1730hrs Roundup 1730hrs – 1800hrs Day Ends 1130hrs - 1200hrs Roy Goh (PUSH Music) (rodVENTURE) 1200hrs - 1230hrs - Introduction to the White Paper - White Paper Discussion Funding & Incubation: Julian (Red Dot) 1230hrs - 1300hrs White Paper Discussion 1300hrs - 1400hrs Lunch! Lunch! 1400hrs - 1430hrs Makesense Speaker: Larry Tchiou Panel Discussion: The Million Dollar Mark Elim Chew (77th Street) Ron Sim (OSIM) Victor Cui (One FC) 1430hrs - 1500hrs Panel Discussion: Social Benny Se Teo (18 Chefs) Leona Leong (Aii) Richardo Chua (Adrenalin) 1500hrs - 1530hrs 1530hrs - 1600hrs 1600hrs - 1630hrs White Paper Discussion White Paper Discussion 1630hrs - 1700hrs 1700hrs - 1730hrs Roundup JWEFinale 1730hrs – 1800hrs Day Ends End of JWEF 2013 TIMING 7th July 0900 hrs- 0930hrs Registration 0930hrs -1000 hrs Niche’preneur: Keith Ng (GameMaki) 1000hrs - 1030hrs Niche’preneur: Brendon (Pirate 3D) 1030hrs -1100hrs White Paper Discussion 1100hrs - 1130hrs 1130hrs - 1200hrs Funding & Incubation: Roderick Chia (Spring/ACE) 1200hrs - 1230hrs Funding & Incubation: Julian (Red Dot) 1230hrs - 1300hrs White Paper Discussion 1300hrs - 1400hrs Lunch!
  14. 14. Speakers Social Panel Benny Se Teo (18 Chefs) Leona Leong (Aii) Richardo Chua (Adrenaline) Million Dollar Panel Elim Chew (77th Street) Ron Sim (OSIM) Victor Cui (One FC) Young’preneurs Roy Goh (PUSH Music) Niche’preneurs Keith Ng (GameMaki) Brendon Goh (Pirate 3D) Funding & Incubation SPRING Singapore (TBC) Julian Low (Red Dot Ventures) MakeSense Larry Tchiou
  15. 15. What does it mean ? All Entrepreneurs have the objective of sustainable growth. Startup stage, scale up stage, maturity and possible decline... The objective remains : sustainable growth. Sustainability means 1. wealth / financial sustainability (profit, market share, financial security) 2. social justice / social sustainability (create jobs, social justice, societal impact, environmental impact) The only constant is change. Business environment is changing continuously. New macroeconomic and microeconomic trends are emerging all the time (population growth, ageing, global warming, emergence of a middle class, financial crash, regulatory change - PESTEL framework). Changes are not positive or negative per se, but they force us to adapt, to "navigate change”. Change can be perceived as a threat or as an opportunity. The entrepreneur is and must be a navigator. The entrepreneur can be compared to a navigator that directs, pilots in a strategic way his/her venture. The navigator has a goal, a direction to follow, needs to react to change quickly and effectively to keep the boat afloat Being a better navigator means having more experience, knowledge, skills, social capital etc.
  16. 16. What kind of talks can you hold ? 1. STORIES OF CHANGE. 1. What are the biggest changes in your country and environment entrepreneurs are faced with ? 2. What new needs will have to be adressed ? 3. What new circumstances pose a threat or an opportunity ? 4. How can the entrepreneur be/create the change ? 2. STORIES OF NAVIGATION. 1. How to better manage your venture against emerging challenges ? 2. How to make the most of new opportunities, turning change into chance ? Stories of innovating entrepreneurs who use trends to 3. How to grow from one stage to another (startup, scale up, maturity) ?
  17. 17. Discussion Points How to adapt to (bad) change ? How to seize (good) change ? How to create change ? Different kinds of workshops Workshops with entrepreneurs Venture case : what changes are coming, what can they do ? Venture case : change came, how did they react ? Venture case : how did they create change ? Workshops with simulations You are the CEO, [change] happens, how would you react ? Workshops to discuss on morning talks
  18. 18. Seating PlanSeating(Plan(for(JWEF( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( Sponsors(Table( Wall Mic 1 Wall Mic 2 Wall Mic 3Wall Mic 4 Mic 11 - 15 Mic 6 - 10 Mic 1-5 Mic 16 - 19 Mic 20 - 23 Intercom 1 Intercom 2 Computer Right Computer Centre Computer Left CLIENT STATUS PROJECT CONTRACT TITLE ND Intercom Panel x2 63 amp 3 phase & x1 100 amp 3 - AVL wallbox patch point 2 Orcha 16( 28( 26( 7( 27( ( 11( 30( 15( 10( 29( 9( 1( 3( 2( 5( 4( 6( 17( 13( 12( 19( 18( 20( 21( 23( 22( 24( Media( 14( 25( 8( ( VIP( ( Catering( Camera(Platform( GOH( Moderate(
  19. 19. FACILITATOR SKILLS Know the basic
  20. 20. Definition What is facilitation? Facilitation is the process where a facilitator guide the group members in meeting to share ideas, opinions, experiences, and expertise in order to achieve a common goal and agreeable action plan.
  21. 21. Why is it important? Higher level of thinking and planning Discover the wisdom of your team Ideas, experience, advise Discuss issues in depth Encourage People
  22. 22. Facilitation Dimensions
  23. 23. Basic Skills Making everyone feel comfortable and valued Encouraging participation Preventing and managing conflict Listening and observing Guiding the group Ensuring quality decisions Ensuring outcome-based meetings
  24. 24. Listen and Observe Listen actively. Do not make assumptions Check for understanding Rephrase their responses Summary Reap Write it down
  25. 25. Facilitating Opening 2 1 5 4 3 Keep up the enthusiasm of Your team Identify & Explore meaningful issues Welcome participants Set the tone and pace Introduce participants and yourself
  26. 26. Important Things to Take Note Report to Elaine Chow (hp: 9712 5918) on 6th July, 8.30am Attire: Jeans, JWEF T-shirt, covered shoes T-shirt: Receiving on 6th July. MUST wear for both days (6th & 7th July)
  27. 27. Thank You!

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