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THE RECIPE FOR SUCCESS Partnership between the Organization and the Family Association for relocation success ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
Share Your Experience Share 3 things about your organization’s recognition of mobile families Share 3 things about your volunteer organization What do you hope to take away from today ? ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
HOME AWAY FROM HOME The WBFN Experience ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
The WBFN Experience A Welcoming Community An Informational Hub A Caring Advocate ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
A Welcoming Community Multi-step “Welcoming” process Inclusion into the community through activities and events E-community Outreach programs ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
An Informational and Educational Hub Knowledge of WBG and its benefits Particularities of the new environment Specificities of expatriation Learning opportunities for our members ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
A Caring Advocate Caring community for members to share concerns, worries and hopes Helping individuals to find solutions to their challenges Advocating on behalf of members when systemic trend is noticed ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
How do you make it happen ? ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
INGREDIENTS FOR A SUCCESSFUL PARTNERSHIP The World Bank Group and The World Bank Family Network ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
The World Bank Group Recognition by the President and Senior Management of Human Resources of the importance of family support for assignment success Commitment by the Organization in terms of financial and staffing support Partnerships with the relevant units – Orientation and Global Mobility ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
The Framework for Partnership: WBFN and Global Mobility Common goal – the integration of World Bank families in their new environment Common conceptual framework Clear definition of roles ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
Our Conceptual Framework: Components for Successful Adaptation Language and cultural skills A new home base Establishing a new support system Navigating the new environment Meaningful and enjoyable activities ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
GLOBAL MOBILITY HRSGM ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
Personalized Relocation Support Our role as advisors, facilitators and solution finders ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
Spousal Support Building job skills, identifying education and volunteer opportunities ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
Informational Events and Workshops Employer information session, resume and interviewing skills workshop, networking Summer Camp and College Fair ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
Where Global Mobility collaborates with WBFN Working with WBFN to provide support to families in the field offices – Members Abroad Surviving Culture Shock workshops Spouse Orientation and Welcoming Coffee Supporting each other in our advocacy role Refer our clients to WBFN ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
Keys to a Win-Win Solution Clear definition of roles Knowledge of each other’s products and services Using feedback to improve programs and services Constant interaction of the two units WBFN coordinator is part of both teams Mosaic DC Spouse Net ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
WBFN Main Conceptual Framework A Supportive Community One on one interactions Relationship based on trust/credibility/accessibility/confidentiality Targeted information and education sessions and workshops Support network ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
How Does WBFN Operate? WBFN volunteers, including leadership, themselves are stakeholders Strong structure; professional organization; institutional memory Regular meetings with World Bank Group Senior Management ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
Self-motivated Volunteers: a Powerful Team Recruitment and retention Constructive interactions among volunteers Members and agents of World Bank Group Community ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
My Next Move What kind of family network would you like to see in your organization? What is the next step? Who can help? What is my deadline? ©WBG & WBFN, March 2010, FIGT
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