DELEGATE MAILER ISSUE #1
Step up, be great.
CHAIRPERSON NGWATSHI ENYATSENG Ngwatshi Enyatseng is a self driven world networker that has a strong work ethic and a solid professional track record acquired from a diverse work experiences such as working for Junior Chamber International (JCI) Botswana as the Executive Director, sitting in the BOCCIM Youth sector, being a Board of trustee for the Botswana Insurance Holding Limited trust . She is also an avid trainer on leadership and business development who has trained entrepreneurs and aspiring, government officials and corporates. She has presented about Botswana in over 7 counties from Africa and Asia. She has an aptitude in coordinating and implementing communication strategies for organizations programs and activities, she furthermore has expertise in selling an organizationâ€™s brand and its products to a range of stakeholders/clients. She is also an AIESEC Alumni, who worked in the Finance team for a year and later moved to Exchange and Exchange services in for two years, under her term she brought in 8 exchange students and managed their accounts whilst in Botswana.
STEP UP, BE GREAT.
Hey AIESEC!! My name is Obotseng a.k.a Froggy, the NLDS’14 OCP or OC’Pimp as referred to by my exciting and ever so hardworking team of lovely ladies. My experience as the OCP so far has been very interesting, I can now say without a doubt that behind every successful man is a great woman, or in my case, 3. Because of our hard work, I personally believe that this is going to be the best NLDS by far. National Leadership Development seminar is a platform to learn how to make more leaders who will positively impact the world in both personal and professional aspects, because the main role of a leader is to develop more leaders. I urge you as an AIESECers to attend this seminar, I promise it will be a great experience. “You never know when a moment and a few sincere words can impact a life forever,” Zig Zaglar. Happy 21st birthday AIESEC In Botswana. Step up, be great.
OBOTSENG FROGGY RANTSEBELE ORGANISING COMMITTEE PRESIDENT
VUYISWA MNQGIBISA ORGANISING COMMITTEE VICE PRESIDENT FINANCE
BAKANG WAME MOTSUMI ORGANISING COMMITTEE VICE PRESIDENT MARKETING AND ADVERTISING
GONTLE KHUPE ORGANISING COMMITTEE VICE PRESIDENT LOGISTICS
ABOUT NLDS THE s NATIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR IS ONE OF THE GREATEST CONFERENCES THAT AIESEC OFFERS. THIS 3 DAY EVENT GIVES DELEGATES, BOTH NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL THE CHANCE TO EXPERIENCE HIGH QUALITY WORKSHOPS THAT WILL GIVE THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO FURTHER DEVELOP THEIR LEADERSHIP SKILLS.
BROADEN YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF LEADERSHIP, YOUR ROLES AS A LEADER AND THE NEED FOR LEADERS IN SOCIETY. DEVELOP A SENSE OF SELF LEADERSHIP IN TERMS OF STRENGHT, PASSION, VALUES AND MOTIVATON. KNOW HOW TO REALISE YOUR LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL AND USE IT BY CREATING A POSITIVE IMPACT ON SOCIETY. DEVELOP A SUPPORT NETWORK NOT JUST OF LEADERS BUT OF FRIENDS.
CONFERENCE DATES 18TH APRIL – 21ST APRIL 2014
DELEGATE FEE P500.00 inclusive of accommodation and food. Deadline for payment:
BANK: FIRST NATIONAL BANK ACCOUNT NAME: AIESEC BOTSWANA ACCOUNT NUMBER: 57110063767 ACCOUNT TYPE: CURRENT BRANCH NUMBER:281467
REGISTER AT : http://bit.ly/NLDSRegForm14
BOTSWANA The shining light of Africa Botswana is a beautiful country located in the middle of the Kalahari desert. It has a fast growing economy with a population of only 2.1 million people. Botswana is home to the Okavango which is globally renowned as a natural wonder. Other than this great site, it has the makgadikgadi pans, and the tsodilo hills. It is also home to the big5 therefore provides for some of the worldâ€™s greatest safaris. Not only is it famous for itâ€™s tourism, Botswana is also home to the most valuable diamond mine in the world. Our diamonds have been worn by kings and queens of the world.
PEOPLE: Batswana are a loving close knit society made up of different tribes of Southern-Africa. They pride themselves in the social value of botho, which means humility. It is this value that makes Botswana one the most peaceful nation in the world.
HOW TO GET TO BOTSWANA
FLYING INTO BOTSWANA You have to depart from O.R. Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg, South Africa) in order to get to Botswana. There are two flights going to and fro from Johannesburg to Gaborone: AirBotswana (https://www.airbotswana.co.bw/ ) and South African Express (http://www.flysaa.com/hu/en/home!loadHome.actio n?request_locale=en&splashLocale=EN&splashCntry= HU&isCookieEnabled=true ) TAKING A BUS IS CHEAPER There are various buses that transport people from Gaborone to Johannesburg: Flight Connect (Picks you directly from the airport in Johannesburg) AT&T Monnakgotla- 3pm (metro bus station) Intercape – 12pm(park station) Mahube express
Contact: Vuyiswa Mngqibisa at: +26771298710 Vuyiswa.firstname.lastname@example.org
Competition IT WON’T BE AN AIESEC SEMINAR WITHOUT THEMED PARTY NIGHTS……. And this time the decision is yours, what party theme will make NLDS’14 memorable for you? Get thinking, be creative, and don’t hold back. .. . . . what’s your theme? Email your ideas to : email@example.com
Published on Mar 13, 2014