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Transcript: = Quality Conversations! What needs to happen? Joined up Shared Specific Outcomes Consistent Quality Competition Based on Outputs A Learning Mentality Continuous Improvement Training Agree what good looks like Gather Evidence Develop Learning Organisations; - intrinsic motivation - raised awareness - responsibility SOLUTION Influence NGBs and Partners Agree Outcomes Measure Change One Set of Outcomes Reward Innovation Develop Learning Organisations Assessment Talent Summary text here what we have got v what we want 'QUESTIONING FOR INNOVATION' leadership in sport Succession Delegation Linked to assessment High Performing Teams Fragmented Defensive Vague Variable Competitive We know best 'People who repeat the quotes of others probably won't be inspiring originality.' Steve Woolland Support WHAT WE WANT Joined up Shared Specific Outcomes Consistent Quality Competition Based on Outputs A Learning Mentality Behavioural / Performance Assessment Links to overall NGB performance Employee engagement Joined-up analysis Listen Resolve Conflict Have Difficult Conversations Give Feedback UK CEO Leadership Programme Leadership and Management Programme Other Packages; - bespoke - off-the-shelf Great Leaders NGB Leaders 'Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why.' Bernard Baruch Acountable Focussed Non-technical Think Laterally Rate Attitude Take Measured Risks Impactful Vision and Storytelling 2 Day Networking Sessions One-to-One Coaching Support Peer Support Action Learning Online Modules Adaptable Solutions

Youth Leadership

Transcript: Vision for Youth To empower the next generation to build a safer and more affordable future for New York City. Chapters help fill the large financial gap between what Habitat receives from the government and private donors and being able to complete and fill homes with hardworking families. By building at least once a semester chapters help with critical repairs to both homes and communities. Chapters help educate their school and community about the mission and work of Habitat NYC to help build awareness and understanding on issues facing all residents of our city. Habitat for Humanity New York City transforms lives and our city by building quality homes with families in need and by uniting all New Yorkers around the cause of affordable housing. Chapters inspire action through advocacy by changing perspectives on affecting change by putting their idealism into action. Growing Your Chapter What is a leader? Build every relationship with “CIA” — Communication, Involvement and Appreciation We can only be effective by strengthening existing relationships, and building new ones. Accordingly, we must all become experts building, maintaining and intensifying relationships. There are three critical aspects of relationship building: (1) Communication, (2) Involvement and (3) Appreciation. Communicate constantly — both the positive and challenging information. Involvement is at the very heart of what Habitat is about. If you involve people, they become committed. Finally, appreciate people and institutions: a thank you letter, a phone call, a note from the whole team, a plaque, or a small gift. For every relationship you manage, do a CIA check periodically. Every important task gets a team! If you find yourself (or see another) working on an important organizational task largely alone, putting in extremely long hours, trying to implement a million details and beginning to feel a bit like a martyr, then something isn’t working right and you should speak up! Get a team around that big task! Use the Honda Recipe for excellence. Each year, we are told, Honda Corporation buys one of every car made in the world, rides them, takes them apart, and then designs the best elements of what it learned into its own cars. Use this same technique for building your chapter. Remember that someone may already be working on — or have already solved! — the same problem you are working on. Seek her or him out. Always debrief — look for the “unexpected” success or failure. After every major team task, assemble the team and “debrief” — analyze what went right, what could have been done better, and why. Figure out how we as an organization can learn the lessons your team learned. Then you can put the lessons learned in writing. Organizational expert Peter Drucker points out that we can always learn the most when we get results which differ from what we expected to get. Be especially on the look out — and learn the most from — the “unexpected success” or the “unexpected failure.” How Can I Tell If I Am An Effective Leader? Self Assessment Perception Goal Setting Preparedness Responsiveness Knowledge of Organization Team Building Thank you for coming! Structure Resources Individuals Preparation Not fulfilling Requirements Fundraising 2012-2013 Bike Event $1,000 Guatemala Tithe $300 Partnership Are we holding up our end of the bargain? Growth is inevitable and desirable, but destruction of community character is not. The question is not whether your part of the world is going to change. The question is how.- Edward T. McMahon Strengths Dream board What are your chapter's goals? What are we doing well? Heart Mapping Involvement What is the structure of your chapter? Calender Creativity Chapter Planned events 2013-2013 3 Fundraiser 1 Educational event Inefficient planning Meaningful Engagement Goals 2013-2014 Concert Campus Chapter Leadership How will you measure your success? Are these activities in line with your goals? Are their clearly defined roles and responsibilities? Share back & Discussion Weakness Education 2011-2012 Poverty Assembly Invited Habitat Staff to speak 2012-2013 Weekly Meeting Videos Partnership Communication! What do you care about? Preparation How are you acknowledging successes and failures? Activity One Appreciation Goals Riverdale Country Day Where would you like to see improvement? Chartered in 2011 Are you as inclusive as possible with your chapter members in making decisions? (i.e- committees) Is your service in line with Habitat NYC's goals for the year? Are you offering diverse menu of activities that is inclusive to all? Structure Membership potential What do you want? Super enthusiastic Building 2012-2013 2 BWK Elevator Speech WHO ARE YOU? Leadership Goals Accomplishments Are you fulfilling your four functions? Advocacy 2012-2013 Recruitment Ambitious Meaningful Engagement What kinds of activities would your members find meaningful? Is there a simple means of communication and do you communicate regularly?

Youth Leadership

Transcript: Communication/ Active Listening Problem- Solving Teamwork Decision Making Planning Motivation Conflict Resolution Diversity 12-14 years old First level of the program Teaching Caring Presenting to Others Managing Behavior/Group Engagement CIT - Intentional - Engaging - Opportunities to learn & practice leadership skills - Bridge the skill between the leadership skill and life applications - Positive Reinforcement to encourage growth 16-18 years old *meets the kids where they are *supports them in their individual needs on the path to success and achievement * Teens plan and host various community events * Camp Improvement Projects * Connecting and serving with community organizations Leadership Skills Service Learning - Spend 5 weeks at camp, 4 weeks they spend working along side of the counselors - Engaged in more community service outside of camp - Plan and lead our JC Juniors session of camp, under the guidance and mentorship of their staff ACE 2 - Consistent - Centered around the teens - Year Round - Gaining Investment - Connected to our mission - Allows for fun/social activities @ Jameson Camp Community &Culture - Ownership - Responsibility - Variety - Opportunities for feedback - Opportunities for input in organizational goals - Intentional relationships with the entire family - Parents, families, and community partners included - Taking on more leadership within YL - Leading activities with camper groups - Continuing to build upon teamwork skills, but also doing some self exploration - Higher level outdoor living skills - Beginning to learn and understand what leadership is and means - Understanding and displaying YL norms and standards -Learning basic team building/teamwork skills -Learning Outdoor Living Skills Youth Worker Skills/Knowledge Third Level in the Program Engagement - Comfortable, Positive, Inclusive - Understanding - Teen Centered - Consistent - Year Round - Adaptable - College Visits * Open to all program participants * Different Colleges each year - Spring Break Trip * Service trip to Foley, Alabama * Only 8 spots available * Application Process to be eligible 14-16 years old Leadership Learning - MAJOR component to the program - Ingrained in our culture and community - Built in to each aspect of the program - How do we do it? Second level in the program Outdoor Living Skills Youth Leadership Fire Building & Fire Safety Outdoor Cooking Tent Setup & Care Knot Tying Orienteering Campsite Maintenance Other Opportunities ACE I Community

Youth Leadership

Transcript: Although we hoped it to be promising, the Facebook collaboration was a frustrating, stagnant process leaving us with little to work with Canadian Funding of 'Sport for Development' programs - The UK is a lot more developed in terms of S4D implementation. Examples include: - Sport For Development can be taken as an Undergraduate degree at many Universities across the UK. - Sports Leaders UK qualifications are available for students in the majority of secondary schools. - The majority of city councils employ a full time Sports Development officer. - The concept of S4D has been around for a lot longer and as a result is more institutionalized. - There is more funding and easier access to S4D programs. Sports leadership played a big role in my life from the ages of 14-18. I was incredibly lucky, I went to a secondary school that placed very high importance in the role of physical education and youth leadership as part of a well rounded curriculum. A 6 week sports leadership course in PE time was a mandatory part of the curriculum. We even had a link school as part of the British Council's Dreams and Teams program and I was part of a group to go over to SA and teach our sports Leadership program to their pupils. - There are various theories regarding the appropriate ways in which to facilitate effective leadership skills within young people - There is very little literature specifically on youth leadership and the benefits. - There is a lack of concrete evidence as to whether youth leadership facilitates Positive Youth Development. - A common theme amongst Youth Leadership programs is the lack of long term and unbiased evaluations and monitoring processes. - If programs are not thoroughly evaluated, the process of exclusion can be easily overlooked (social class, race, gender, disability etc). Personal experiences Similarities Canadian sport program funding Youth Leadership has an unclear relationship with regards to the MDG's. Possible connections could be tied to: - Reducing child mortality by increasing physical activity through sport programs. - Promoting gender equality and empowering women through female leadership However, addressing these issues seems to be a reach due the fact the MDG's are not being directly addressed. The Government of Canada is the single largest investor in Canada’s amateur sport system, providing funding through Sport Canada programs including the Hosting Program, the Sport Support Program (SSP) and the Athlete Assistance Program (AAP). - Sport Canada works with many partners, including provincial and territorial governments, Multisport Service Organizations(MSOs), National Sport Organizations (NSOs), Canadian Sport Centres (CSCs) and other organizations. - The Sport Funding and Accountability Framework (SFAF) is the tool used by Canadian Heritage to identify which services and organizations are eligible to receive Sport Canada contributions under the Sport Support Program - in what areas, at what level and under what conditions. Youth Leadership Differences "A national, youth-driven program that facilitates youth engagement and leadership through the development and delivery of sports and active recreational programs in communities across Canada" 50 youths from ages16-22 are chosen to attend an annual 5 day leadership summit. Conference costs $500 to attend. They learn how to become a leader and how to run their own ACTIVATE project in their community to promote sports participation The delegates go back to their community and run an ACTIVATE program. The youth help run/organize the next annual conference. Our recommendations Robyn- UK Sport England is the main funder of grassroots sport in the UK. Every year they distribute nearly $1,800,000 of government and lottery money. They oversee the National Governing bodies (NGB's), the County Sports Partnerships (CSP's) and run various S4D programs across the country. CSP's allow for national S4D initiatives to trickle down to the grassroots level. It is easy to apply for funding from Sport England at club level. - This process allowed us to gain a real understanding into the barriers associated with cross-cultural collaboration. - Learning to be aggressive and persistent was a lesson learned too late and in doing so was not effective. - We learnt a lot from each other (Kellie and Robyn) about the differences in the ways in which our countries run S4D programs, the opportunities available and the progress that has been attained - We also learned from other students in the class about about the difficulties in critiquing S4D organizations. This was mostly due to the lack of assess regarding monitoring and evaluation The Canadian-UK experience What did we learn about youth leadership? Although Sport Canada appears to have provided funding for Motivate Canada (governing body of 'ActivateinAction', Motivate must also distribute these funds between 4 programs. Program costs include facilities, equipment, and other expenses that drain this

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