Presentation on theme: "Leadership Development in WAGGGS. WAGGGS Leadership Development Programme Facts and Figures 19 February 2012 Participants attending WLDP seminars, including."— Presentation transcript:
WAGGGS Leadership Development Programme Facts and Figures 19 February 2012 Participants attending WLDP seminars, including YWWF 2011 - by region Region No. Partici-pantsNo. countries repr.d Member Organizations in the region % repr. Countries out of total in the region Countries not represented Africa 115293194%Botswana, Cameroun Arab 63121486%Mauretania, Yemen Asia Pacific 89202580%Tonga, Solomon Island, Nepal, Kiribati, Brunei Europe 129313979%Turkey, Spain, San Marino, Poland, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Israel Western Hemisphere 115273675%Aruba, Bahamas, Chile, Grenada, Haiti, Netherland Antilles, Paraguay, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Uruguay Total 51111914582% 26 countries not represented
WLDP Facilitators WLDP Facilitators Training Workshops 82 women from all over the world, including national, regional and WAGGGS World Centres representatives have attended at least one Facilitators Training Workshop in 2008, 2009 or 2010. 27 WLDP facilitators have been appointed till now. The workshop participants/facilitators belong to the following regions (this includes home countries of World Board Members, World Centre representatives, and WAGGGS staff members). RegionAfricaArabAsia P.EuropeW. Hem.Total Appointed WLDP facilitators 42410929
NLDP in Context At the 34 th World Conference a motion was proposed to ensure continuous development of WAGGGS Leadership Development Program (WLDP) by: Exploring opportunities for developing regional/national WLDP elements and to run pilot WLDP-element events. Making the existing WLDP accessible to more of the many qualified girls and young women in WAGGGS around the world Using the valuable experiences (methods, theory and material) gained from WLDP to create tailor-made leader training adapted to the needs of MOs at world, regional and/or national level. Ensuring the existing WLDP is continuously evaluated and developed to reflect new developments on leadership, diversity and gender to secure the relevance and sustainability of the programme.
NLDP Model Training of trainers in the understanding of content and programme delivery to other trainers A leadership development training for leader to strength leadership skills Key elements: WLDP philosophy WLDP approach WLDP resource materials Needs based Coaching or mentoring integrated Implemented at regional and national level Implementation plan at national level Support and follow up Case studies from 2 Africa Region countries
NLDP Launch 5-10 May 2013, Pax Lodge London 27 participants 16 Member Organizations 5 regions represented
NLDP: next steps Developing leaders at national level to deliver quality guiding to girls and young women Rolling out to MOs Tailored support to MOs Building a trainers pool Facilitating regional leadership development Train the trainer workshops 2013 – 2017 On-going development and support of NLDP trainers Pathway from NLDP to WLDP
NLDP: Support and follow-up on-going commitment to cascade elements of the WLDP to Member Organisations –WAGGGS Leadership and Programme Team A Lead Facilitator from the NLDP Planning Team as a point of contact for participants from each region Advice and support in how to implement the NLDP from one of the WLDP facilitators Telephone / Skype support to help with the initial thinking about the planning of training and events Mentoring on site if the Trainer feels they would like one to one support in delivering their initial workshop On-going communication with the Member Organisations and Regional Directors It is expect that the May 2013 participants will deliver NLDP in their MOs within the next 12 months with support of their National Boards. Future Train the Trainer events in 2013 and 2014