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Road to GDSC Greater Noida Institute of Technology
What Road to GDSC is about?
Series of training sessions by
GDSC Leads for you to provide
necessary insights about the
GDSC Lead Application Process.
Opportunity to polish your
skill set and perform better if
you are looking to apply in
2024-25.
What to expect?
3. Networking opportunities
with like minded students
across the country.
1. Four Curated training
sessions starting from
today
2. Opportunities to
get first hand
guidance from the
experts
Session plan
GDSC Program
Overview & how to
submit a quality
application
Leadership (Team &
Event Management)
Technical Skills Interview
Preparation
Today! Today!
25th February at
4:30 PM
25th February at
4:30 PM
What not to expect?
Participation in Road to GDSC Program does not confirm
selection as a GDSC Lead. It’s just an opportunity for you to learn
and present yourself in the interview process.
Any certification for attending the sessions as a part of Road to
GDSC Program.
What we expect from you?
Attend all the training sessions
Submit the feedback form after every training session
Complete the assignment that’ll be given to you after every session
Apply for the position of GDSC Lead as the application window opens
Professional Developers Entrepreneurial Devs
Student Developers
Women Developers
Expert Devs/Influencers
University focussed
India Edu Program
What are
Google Developer Student Clubs?
A university based community groups for students interested
in Google developer technologies.
❏ Knowledge sharing in a peer-to-peer learning
environment
❏ Building solutions to solve local problems
Helping students bridge the gap between theory and practice!
Program Overview
Our
Vision
To Empower and Impact students
grow through technology
Bridging the gap between
theory and practice
Help you become more
Employable
Connect.
Learn.
Grow.
The world is going through transformation :
Positive and Negative
If you have a solution, then this is the chance for you!
Adopt a Problem
Solving Approach
Aspire to become
the Role Model
Strive to bring the
Change
Start your journey to become the
change-makers of tomorrow!
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
● Have a minimum of one year left until graduation
● Enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college or university
● Commit to program for one year
● Passionate about creating impact in community
● Technical understanding of computer programming and/or software engineering
● Have experience with event planning or leading a team
● Have connection to the local developer community
Stages of GDSC Lead application process
Appear for the final
virtual interview
Submit your
application +
YouTube video
Appear for the
Diagnostic Test
Demystifying the
Application
submission!
The application form includes, questions to
Understand your
motivation to
apply
Know more about
your leadership
experiences
Hear more about
your favorite
technology and
experience
working with it
And last a video to
hear from you!
While answering the questions, make sure you
build a narrative to keep the reader engaged:
● Start with your motivation to apply for the position
● Then talk about your past experience (only relevant experience)
● Express your passion for technology and community
● Outline your vision as a Lead
Make sure you don’t overlook these areas:
● Do not leave any field empty
● Recheck before submitting for Grammatical mistakes
● Do not provide vague answers
● Do not ignore the community aspect
● Do not neglect your personal story
Let’s take a look at
a few examples!
Why is it important to submit a good video?
●As a Lead, you will host sessions and connect
with members of your community and it is
important to have good communication skills
●It is the first interaction we have with you -
keep it captivating
●It shows your efforts and passion as
you present
How to correctly record & submit the video?
● Clear your background & record in
landscape
● Make sure there is no background noise
● Look into the camera while you are
speaking
● And lastly, start with a smile!
● Prepare your script
● Keep the content short & crisp
● Revise the script beforehand for
confidence
Set up Requirements Some tips & tricks
The pint-sized moves
that’ll have a macro impact
in your application
evaluation !
● Make sure all the social media links are working
● Double check all the subjective answers for grammatical and
spelling mistakes
● Make sure all the required fields are submitted
● Make sure you have provided the correct chapter name & city
And lastly!
The most
important thing..
Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V?
No
Ctrl+Create
● Your authenticity matters
● You build credibility by presenting your unique
perspectives and insights
● Originality leads to higher engagement levels
Thank you for putting efforts in
applying to the GDSC program in
2023!
Welcome to the second session
Leadership Skills : Team & Event Management
What is leadership
according to you?
As a GDSC Lead,
you’ll play different
roles of a leader.
Form Build Grow
Responsibilities as a GDSC Lead
Get your GDSC chapter registered
at your campus by driving
necessary approvals
Form a core team who can support
in chapter activities
Responsibilities as a Lead
Nominate a Faculty Advisor to
support your events organizing
Create opportunities for students to
upskill themselves by actively
participating in hosted campaigns
Let’s look at
different instances
you’ll experience and
how to approach
them.
You’re trying to get approvals for
your Club and your administration
denies permission for the same.
It’s your last week to set up the
Club before you start the next
activity, how will you go about it?
Leadership is the ability
to influence without
being authoritative.
You’re trying to form a core
team for your Club.
One of your close friends
wants to join but there was
another colleague who
showcased more passion
and skill set during the
selection process.
A good leader
Builds Trust
Makes Fair
Decisions
The Club has a core team
and has necessary
approvals to get started.
How would they organise
their first event?
A good leader:
● involves the team right
from the planning stage
● has structure in mind
● has planned for back ups
You have an
extraordinary event
plan. You need
budget to host the
event.
Be curious and innovate.
A good event may not
necessarily need a lot of
budget to spend.
You are hosting in an
hour.
But
The guest speaker is sick
and informs you that they
may not be able to join.
A good leader plans
for backups instead of
panicking about the
situation.
Your core team member
failed to contribute what they
committed for.
Their contributions to the
event was crucial and had
dependencies.
A good leader
plans & empathises
with their team.
You hosted an event
and the event
feedback was not
positive from the
community members.
A good leader:
● accepts failures
● creates a plan to
improve for the
future.
Presenting yourselves
in the interview
process
How would you present
yourself in the application
process, incase you’re given
any scenario/experience
based questions?
Talk about your
experience leading a
team. It could be with
or beyond
communities
Share experiences that
are recent and
relevant.
Add structure to your answers by
adding pointers and chronology
to the sequence of events that
happened.
Here is the Roadmap on
how you will plan your
leadership as a Lead in
Google Cloud Developers
Clubs
https://bit.ly/3S1uXoZ
Instructions for submitting the
assignment -
1. Prepare a copy of Assignment worksheet.
2. Need to submit the response by filling out the
Google form.
3. The deadline to submit the response is 2nd March ,10
PM IST.
By filling up this form
you can submit your
responses.
https://bit.ly/3tm9nln
Shaping the Future Together
Your efforts contribute to the
growth of both individuals and
the community.
Being a GDSC Lead is a
dynamic and rewarding
experience.
What Sets Leaders Apart?
1. Visionary Thinking
2. Strong Communication
3. Empathy and Emotional Intelligence
4. Adaptability
5. Accountability
6. Integrity
What Sets Leaders Apart?
Visionary Thinking
Strong Communication
Empathy and Emotional Intelligence
Adaptability
Accountability
Integrity
Responsibilities as a Lead
Being fair and wise while
allocating tasks
Be accountable for your mistakes
Responsibilities as a Lead
Provide support & recognition to
anyone who supports you -
member, core team members,
Facilitators
Organising offline sessions for
community building & learning
together
Building a Community
1. Set up Open Communication Channels
2. Establish an Inclusive Atmosphere
3. Recognizing and Celebrating
Achievements
4. Regular Feedback and Listening Sessions
Few examples on what
you can do if you are
organising an event and
one of these situations
occur.
What if your speaker cancels at the last minute?
● Take a deep breath and remain calm
● Always have a back up speaker
● Communicate quickly
● Apologise and set expectations that you are working on a solution
● Turn the situation into an opportunity for engagement : ice breaking session, team
building activities, share experiences etc
● Consider leveraging technology for virtual sessions.
● Reschedule and communicate effectively
● Collect the feedback and evaluate the plan
Note : Remember, unexpected challenges are part of event management. By responding promptly,
communicating effectively, and offering alternatives, you can help maintain a positive experience
● Do your research regarding capacity, date & time, logistics
● Look into college schedule for available classrooms, auditoriums, lecture halls, common
areas, or meeting rooms
● Take help of your Faculty Advisor
● Check if there are community centers, local halls, or public spaces in your town or city that
offer collaboration or affordable rates for student events.
● Approach local businesses such as cafes, restaurants, or bookstores that might have space
available for events
● Consider hosting your event in outdoor spaces like parks or recreational areas.
● Collaborate with Other Student Organizations
● Consider Hosting a Virtual Event
What if I am unable to find a venue for my offline event?
● Prioritize Expenses by focussing on the key elements that contribute most to the
event's success.
● Explore Partnerships and Sponsorships by reaching out to local businesses,
community organizations, or potential sponsors
● Seek in-kind contributions or donations instead of monetary support.
● Recruit volunteers who are willing to contribute their time and skills
● Negotiate with vendors and service providers to secure discounts
● Get creative with do-it-yourself (DIY) decorations and materials
● Seek Guidance from Faculty Advisor/previous year Lead
What if I am running out of budget for my event?
● Address the Issue Promptly
● Conduct private, one-on-one discussions with each team member involved
● Dig deeper to identify the underlying issues causing the conflict
● Help team members understand each other's viewpoints
● Clearly articulate roles, responsibilities, and expectations for each team
member.
● Realign the team by reminding them of the common goals and objectives they
are working towards
● If the conflict is related to specific processes, be willing to implement changes
● After the initial resolution, follow up with team members
How to resolve conflict between my team members?
Thank You!

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_[Session #1+2] GDSC Program Overview & Effective Writing + Speaking Skills + Leadership .pptx

  • 1. Road to GDSC Greater Noida Institute of Technology
  • 2. What Road to GDSC is about? Series of training sessions by GDSC Leads for you to provide necessary insights about the GDSC Lead Application Process. Opportunity to polish your skill set and perform better if you are looking to apply in 2024-25.
  • 3. What to expect? 3. Networking opportunities with like minded students across the country. 1. Four Curated training sessions starting from today 2. Opportunities to get first hand guidance from the experts
  • 4. Session plan GDSC Program Overview & how to submit a quality application Leadership (Team & Event Management) Technical Skills Interview Preparation Today! Today! 25th February at 4:30 PM 25th February at 4:30 PM
  • 5. What not to expect? Participation in Road to GDSC Program does not confirm selection as a GDSC Lead. It’s just an opportunity for you to learn and present yourself in the interview process. Any certification for attending the sessions as a part of Road to GDSC Program.
  • 6. What we expect from you? Attend all the training sessions Submit the feedback form after every training session Complete the assignment that’ll be given to you after every session Apply for the position of GDSC Lead as the application window opens
  • 7. Professional Developers Entrepreneurial Devs Student Developers Women Developers Expert Devs/Influencers University focussed India Edu Program
  • 8. What are Google Developer Student Clubs?
  • 9. A university based community groups for students interested in Google developer technologies. ❏ Knowledge sharing in a peer-to-peer learning environment ❏ Building solutions to solve local problems Helping students bridge the gap between theory and practice! Program Overview
  • 10. Our Vision To Empower and Impact students grow through technology Bridging the gap between theory and practice Help you become more Employable
  • 12. The world is going through transformation : Positive and Negative If you have a solution, then this is the chance for you!
  • 13. Adopt a Problem Solving Approach Aspire to become the Role Model Strive to bring the Change Start your journey to become the change-makers of tomorrow!
  • 14. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA ● Have a minimum of one year left until graduation ● Enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate program at a college or university ● Commit to program for one year ● Passionate about creating impact in community ● Technical understanding of computer programming and/or software engineering ● Have experience with event planning or leading a team ● Have connection to the local developer community
  • 15. Stages of GDSC Lead application process Appear for the final virtual interview Submit your application + YouTube video Appear for the Diagnostic Test
  • 17. The application form includes, questions to Understand your motivation to apply Know more about your leadership experiences Hear more about your favorite technology and experience working with it And last a video to hear from you!
  • 18. While answering the questions, make sure you build a narrative to keep the reader engaged: ● Start with your motivation to apply for the position ● Then talk about your past experience (only relevant experience) ● Express your passion for technology and community ● Outline your vision as a Lead
  • 19. Make sure you don’t overlook these areas: ● Do not leave any field empty ● Recheck before submitting for Grammatical mistakes ● Do not provide vague answers ● Do not ignore the community aspect ● Do not neglect your personal story
  • 20. Let’s take a look at a few examples!
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  • 24. Why is it important to submit a good video? ●As a Lead, you will host sessions and connect with members of your community and it is important to have good communication skills ●It is the first interaction we have with you - keep it captivating ●It shows your efforts and passion as you present
  • 25. How to correctly record & submit the video? ● Clear your background & record in landscape ● Make sure there is no background noise ● Look into the camera while you are speaking ● And lastly, start with a smile! ● Prepare your script ● Keep the content short & crisp ● Revise the script beforehand for confidence Set up Requirements Some tips & tricks
  • 26. The pint-sized moves that’ll have a macro impact in your application evaluation !
  • 27. ● Make sure all the social media links are working ● Double check all the subjective answers for grammatical and spelling mistakes ● Make sure all the required fields are submitted ● Make sure you have provided the correct chapter name & city
  • 30. ● Your authenticity matters ● You build credibility by presenting your unique perspectives and insights ● Originality leads to higher engagement levels
  • 31. Thank you for putting efforts in applying to the GDSC program in 2023!
  • 32. Welcome to the second session Leadership Skills : Team & Event Management
  • 34. As a GDSC Lead, you’ll play different roles of a leader. Form Build Grow
  • 35. Responsibilities as a GDSC Lead Get your GDSC chapter registered at your campus by driving necessary approvals Form a core team who can support in chapter activities
  • 36. Responsibilities as a Lead Nominate a Faculty Advisor to support your events organizing Create opportunities for students to upskill themselves by actively participating in hosted campaigns
  • 37. Let’s look at different instances you’ll experience and how to approach them.
  • 38. You’re trying to get approvals for your Club and your administration denies permission for the same. It’s your last week to set up the Club before you start the next activity, how will you go about it?
  • 39. Leadership is the ability to influence without being authoritative.
  • 40. You’re trying to form a core team for your Club. One of your close friends wants to join but there was another colleague who showcased more passion and skill set during the selection process.
  • 41. A good leader Builds Trust Makes Fair Decisions
  • 42. The Club has a core team and has necessary approvals to get started. How would they organise their first event?
  • 43. A good leader: ● involves the team right from the planning stage ● has structure in mind ● has planned for back ups
  • 44. You have an extraordinary event plan. You need budget to host the event.
  • 45. Be curious and innovate. A good event may not necessarily need a lot of budget to spend.
  • 46. You are hosting in an hour. But The guest speaker is sick and informs you that they may not be able to join.
  • 47. A good leader plans for backups instead of panicking about the situation.
  • 48. Your core team member failed to contribute what they committed for. Their contributions to the event was crucial and had dependencies.
  • 49. A good leader plans & empathises with their team.
  • 50. You hosted an event and the event feedback was not positive from the community members.
  • 51. A good leader: ● accepts failures ● creates a plan to improve for the future.
  • 52. Presenting yourselves in the interview process
  • 53. How would you present yourself in the application process, incase you’re given any scenario/experience based questions?
  • 54. Talk about your experience leading a team. It could be with or beyond communities Share experiences that are recent and relevant. Add structure to your answers by adding pointers and chronology to the sequence of events that happened.
  • 55. Here is the Roadmap on how you will plan your leadership as a Lead in Google Cloud Developers Clubs https://bit.ly/3S1uXoZ
  • 56. Instructions for submitting the assignment - 1. Prepare a copy of Assignment worksheet. 2. Need to submit the response by filling out the Google form. 3. The deadline to submit the response is 2nd March ,10 PM IST.
  • 57. By filling up this form you can submit your responses. https://bit.ly/3tm9nln
  • 58. Shaping the Future Together Your efforts contribute to the growth of both individuals and the community. Being a GDSC Lead is a dynamic and rewarding experience.
  • 59. What Sets Leaders Apart? 1. Visionary Thinking 2. Strong Communication 3. Empathy and Emotional Intelligence 4. Adaptability 5. Accountability 6. Integrity
  • 60. What Sets Leaders Apart? Visionary Thinking Strong Communication Empathy and Emotional Intelligence Adaptability Accountability Integrity
  • 61. Responsibilities as a Lead Being fair and wise while allocating tasks Be accountable for your mistakes
  • 62. Responsibilities as a Lead Provide support & recognition to anyone who supports you - member, core team members, Facilitators Organising offline sessions for community building & learning together
  • 63. Building a Community 1. Set up Open Communication Channels 2. Establish an Inclusive Atmosphere 3. Recognizing and Celebrating Achievements 4. Regular Feedback and Listening Sessions
  • 64. Few examples on what you can do if you are organising an event and one of these situations occur.
  • 65. What if your speaker cancels at the last minute? ● Take a deep breath and remain calm ● Always have a back up speaker ● Communicate quickly ● Apologise and set expectations that you are working on a solution ● Turn the situation into an opportunity for engagement : ice breaking session, team building activities, share experiences etc ● Consider leveraging technology for virtual sessions. ● Reschedule and communicate effectively ● Collect the feedback and evaluate the plan Note : Remember, unexpected challenges are part of event management. By responding promptly, communicating effectively, and offering alternatives, you can help maintain a positive experience
  • 66. ● Do your research regarding capacity, date & time, logistics ● Look into college schedule for available classrooms, auditoriums, lecture halls, common areas, or meeting rooms ● Take help of your Faculty Advisor ● Check if there are community centers, local halls, or public spaces in your town or city that offer collaboration or affordable rates for student events. ● Approach local businesses such as cafes, restaurants, or bookstores that might have space available for events ● Consider hosting your event in outdoor spaces like parks or recreational areas. ● Collaborate with Other Student Organizations ● Consider Hosting a Virtual Event What if I am unable to find a venue for my offline event?
  • 67. ● Prioritize Expenses by focussing on the key elements that contribute most to the event's success. ● Explore Partnerships and Sponsorships by reaching out to local businesses, community organizations, or potential sponsors ● Seek in-kind contributions or donations instead of monetary support. ● Recruit volunteers who are willing to contribute their time and skills ● Negotiate with vendors and service providers to secure discounts ● Get creative with do-it-yourself (DIY) decorations and materials ● Seek Guidance from Faculty Advisor/previous year Lead What if I am running out of budget for my event?
  • 68. ● Address the Issue Promptly ● Conduct private, one-on-one discussions with each team member involved ● Dig deeper to identify the underlying issues causing the conflict ● Help team members understand each other's viewpoints ● Clearly articulate roles, responsibilities, and expectations for each team member. ● Realign the team by reminding them of the common goals and objectives they are working towards ● If the conflict is related to specific processes, be willing to implement changes ● After the initial resolution, follow up with team members How to resolve conflict between my team members?

Editor's Notes

  1. Ask the audience to share their perspective about leadership
  2. As a Google Developer Student Clubs lead, the selected leader will form, build and grow a community of student developers from your campus interested in learning and growing as professionals. From getting the right approvals to set the Club in their institution, to promoting the club on the campus to drive memberships to helping the community grow, the GDSC Lead wears different hats through their journey as a GDSC Lead. And while they do this, the journey will be a roller coaster ride, full of learnings.
  3. Let’s look at instances you might face as a GDSC Lead and how one can approach them. Remember, that sometimes the answer may not feel clear so let’s consider what is important in deciding your approach. Spend 2 minutes per the next slides.
  4. A good leader is able to communicate clearly, timely, and effectively. In this case, the lead can explain what GDSCs are to the college administration, highlight some program impacts and its benefits to students developers, in case it gets launched in the campus.
  5. Discuss with the participants how would they would showcase fairness in the selection process and at the same time provide opportunities for interested individuals to contribute to the Club. Also discuss scenarios where an individual was not potential through the selection process, how would they decline the opportunity to the individual to become a core team member.
  6. Share some steps to host first event, which includes - creating a plan involving ideas of core team members, sharing it with Faculty Advisor for approvals. Assigning clear cut roles and responsibilities, planning for back ups at each stage is important. A good leader often adds structure to the overall planning process, to ensure there are no overlaps or gaps in the entire process of execution. From finding a venue for the event, to finalise speakers, creating awareness about the event and ensuring the venue has enough capacity and facilities to host the event are some of the steps to plan the event.
  7. Innovation happens in adverse circumstances and only when you think beyond constraints. A good event has positive sentiment by the team members and the participants. Creating an actual impact that helps the team and participants grow is an important part of all the activities you drive as a GDSC Lead. In case your event needs budget, jot down the areas you need budget for. Identify sponsors who are working on similar initiatives, technologies who might be interested in sponsoring the event. And just in case you’re unable to identify sponsors, you can create a plan B. Against each line item add the alternatives you can provide instead. For example if you need to provide swags to motivate the participants - give them a shout out on social media instead. If you think participants needs to be provided with food during the event, arrange for potlucks that may even bring the community together. Charging the participants for the events may not be a good idea as not all students can afford to pay.
  8. Always have a back up speaker who can fill the gap. It could be either yourself or someone from the core team who has understanding about the topic In case nobody is able to fill up, apologise to the community and communicate about the rescheduling plan.
  9. The program is set up for members to contribute voluntarily. Although it’s good to set the right expectations at the beginning, one might fail to complete due to unforeseen circumstances. Try connecting with them to understand reasons for failures. Have enough time in hand, in case one is not able to contribute. Try to fill in for the gap by giving more time to the team member in case they’re willing to contribute after your discussion or try to fill in for them. Showing empathy builds faith in the leadership you drive.
  10. Apologize : If there were serious mistakes made, offer a sincere apology to the community. Be transparent about challenges: If there are limitations or constraints that prevented you from addressing certain issues, explain them to the community. Seek external help if needed: If you're struggling to address the feedback on your own, don't hesitate to seek help from experienced event organizers or community leaders. Learn from your mistakes: Use this experience to improve future events and build a stronger relationship with your community. By actively listening to feedback, taking responsibility for mistakes, and implementing a plan of action, you can turn a negative experience into an opportunity for growth and improvement. Remember, building a strong and thriving community takes time, effort, and continuous learning.
  11. By demonstrating qualities of good leadership, you can effectively address the negative feedback from your community members and turn this situation into an opportunity for positive change. Remember, good leaders are not afraid to make mistakes, but they learn from them and strive to do better the next time.