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Partnership proposal 10/11


Summary 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Value of the partnership – why Colliers and AIESEC? Partnership structure AIESEC and Colliers – Leadership school I AIESEC University & Leadership School II Bucharest Planning Meeting – Developing Leaders Training Partner of AIESEC for 10/11

Annex A – Partnership timeline Annex B – Specific benefits

3 – Value of the partnership 4 – Partnership structure

5 – Leadership school I 6 – Leadership school II 7 – Bucharest planning conf. 8 – General benefits


AIESEC

Colliers

AIESEC is the world’s largest student-run organization. Active in over 1700 universities across more than 110 countries and territories, our international platform enables young people to explore and develop their leadership potential for them to have a positive impact in society. In partnership with business and higher education, AIESEC has over 60 years of experience in developing highpotential students into globally minded responsible leaders.

At Colliers International, our mission is to provide our clients with the best possible real estate solutions. As a global affiliation of independently-owned real estate services firms with 12,700 employees in 294 offices in 61 countries, we are able to provide expert local real estate advice wherever our clients need us.

AIESEC' s innovative development process consists of unmatched leadership experiences, international opportunities and a global learning environment. AIESEC uses an innovative approach to engaging and developing today’s youth. By offering opportunities to build extensive international personal networks and explore leadership opportunities, we provide a platform for young people to discover direction and ambition for their futures.

110 Countries

44.104 Members

1715 universities

3 – Value of the partnership

1.089.046 alumni

Colliers was among the first commercial real estate organizations to recognize the importance of local knowledge on a global scale. As early as 1986, we joined together commercial firms in Asia, Canada, the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Africa to provide consistent, superior service in multiple locations. This pioneering tradition of global breadth and local depth continues today and sums up Colliers’ unique approach to the business of commercial real estate. By having the best firms around the world gathered under the umbrella of a single affiliation, we are able to provide clients with superior service through our local depth of knowledge and expertise.

294 offices worldwide

61 countries on 6 continents

12,700 people


Sustaining young leaders education! The partnership between Colliers and AIESEC consist of: 

Leadership school I - The first leadership school organized by AIESEC and a corporate partner;

Leadership school II – As part of our main educational event, AIESEC University, we will organize the second leadership school of the year;

Bucharest planning meeting – Colliers will be the only company that will sustain leaders education during our local planning conference;

4 – Partnership structure


Leadership school I Proposed period: 25-30 April 2010 (3 to 4 days in this period) Number of participants: 20-25 students Participants structure: 15 AIESEC members ( AIESEC Bucharest Executive Board, Project Coordinators and Team Leaders) + 5-10 selected students or recent graduates ; Student selection process description: • 1’st step – Defining a common profile for the students accepted to join Leadership school I and selection method. • 2’nd step – Promotion and application period – we will promote Leadership school I through direct promotion based on the defined profile (invitation or direct mail in which we invite people to apply) in order to assure at least 50 applicants. • 3’rd step – Selection – based on the commonly approved selection method (eg. Selection based on form and letter of intent ->Interview -> Final decision) • 4’th step – Announcement of selected participants (10-15 accepted and 5 on the waiting list) Location and logistics: if preferred AIESEC could provide access to one meeting room equipped with projector, flipchart and sound system. Others: 1 person responsible for organizing the event; Knowledge platform – virtual space for materials, references, articles;

3 days

20 participants

5 – Leadership school I

Customized selection process

50 applicants

Profile based selection


Leadership school II Proposed period: 2’nd part of September – 1’st part of October 2010 (3 to 4 days in this period) Number of participants: 20-25 students Participants structure: 10 AIESEC members ( as reward for team members that were best performers during the year and newly elected leadership body) + 10-15 selected students or recent graduates, participants in AIESEC University (5 tracks; 70 participants/track) ; Student selection process description: • 1’st step – Defining a common profile for the students accepted to join Leadership school II and selection method. • 2’nd step – Promotion period – we will promote Leadership school II as an exclusive event dedicated only to the most proactive participants of AIESEC University. • 3’rd step – Selection – based on the commonly approved selection method (eg. Selection based on observations made during AIESEC University activity and application forms) • 4’th step – Announcement of selected participants (10-15 accepted and 5 on the waiting list) Location and logistics: if preferred AIESEC could provide access to one meeting room equipped with projector, flipchart and sound system. Others: 1 person responsible for organizing the event; Knowledge platform – virtual space for materials, references, articles;

3 days

20 participants

6 – Leadership school II

Customized selection process

350 people selection pool

Activity based selection


Developing leaders training Proposed period: 2’nd part of July Number of participants: 50-60 participants Participants structure: 50-60 AIESEC members

Training flow and objectives: Customized training objectives in concordance with company preferences, agenda flow and general conference objectives. Proposed training issues: • • • •

Engaging leadership in your team Personal leadership Sustaining performance and learning activities The value of constant education

Location and logistics: AIESEC will provide access to one meeting room equipped with projector, flipchart and sound system and accommodation for trainers at conference venue. If needed, AIESEC could also provide facilitators for the trainings. Others: 1 person responsible for organizing the training; Knowledge platform – virtual space for materials, references, articles;

2 hours

50 participants

7 – Bucharest planning conf.

Fully agenda integration of training

Training follow-up and feedback


The partnership between AIESEC and Colliers represents our first corporate partnership that sustains leadership development and education. During the year Colliers and AIESEC will work together in developing a Leaders education program based on organizational needs, innovation and valuable knowledge.

Employer branding and positioning

Position as main investor in employee education

Company positioning as supporter of youth initiative and education Create a talent pipeline

8 – General benefits


Annex A – Partnership timeline

Leadership school I

Training objectives and flow

Partnership launch

25-30

18-30

Profile and selection process creation

April

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18-30

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Leadership school II

Developing Leaders Training

May

June

July

AIESEC University

August

September

October


Annex B – Specific benefits Educational Partner A) Company’s involvement  Leadership School I and II  Bucharest planning conference – Leadership Training B) Prints and printed materials  Possibility of having logo and name on all event banners and press folders.  Logo in all our selling and presentation materials that reach top companies in Bucharest;  Logo in the Annual Report of AIESEC Bucharest;  Logo on all the physical promotion of the events and recruitments of AIESEC Bucharest; C) On-line advertising  Logo on the official AIESEC Bucharest website, with direct link to the website of the company;  Logo on the recruitment website;  Logo on all AIESEC Bucharest's internal and external events websites;  Logo on the official wiki of AIESEC Bucharest and of the External Relations department on the internal AIESEC platform (myaiesec.net).  Company name in all AIESEC Bucharest's members' email signature.  Logo in the monthly newsletter of AIESEC Bucharest; D) On National. Central Media  Text about the company and our partnership in the annual report of AIESEC Bucharest.  Text about the company and the partnership in one monthly newsletter of AIESEC Bucharest. E) Direct marketing  Partnership launch organized in front of AIESEC Bucharest's members.  Promotional materials and/or products of the company can be distributed in welcome packages/as prizes for the delegates of internal conferences.

Financial involvement: Leadership school I 500 Euro

Leadership school II 500 Euro

Developing leaders training 500 Euro


Colliers - Final proposal  

Educational partner proposal