What is Excel? The term Excel is derived from X+L meaning Exchange + Leadership. The aim of the program is to give leadership experiences to EPs while exchange. Only AIESEC Members can apply for the Excel Program. Excel programme is run by oGCDP of AIESEC India in collaboration with iGCDP of partner countries. This aims at enabling AIESEC India members to create a greater impact with the host entity during their exchange experience.
Objectives Developing Responsible and Entrepreneurial Leadership by creating positive Impact
Enabling AIESEC India members to develop a Global Mind-set
Strengthening Cooperation & Collaboration between India and the Host entity
Supporting the host entity in Organisational Development & Programme Delivery
Value Proposition For Exchange Participant
For Hosting Entities
EP with a TMP/TLP experience
Enhanced Job Role to develop entrepreneurial and leaderships skills
Support in managing & delivering iGCDP
Organisational Learning and Development in a Global Environment
Support in organisational & exchange development
Strengthening International Relations for home entity
Strengthening International Relations for host entity
Excel Program Structure Registration by Hosting Entity
Finalization of Excel Job Role and Objectives
Selection of Exchange Participants
Preparation & Training
Realization & Excel Initiation
Job Role Cultural Envoy for Exchange Development
EP Guardianship to support others EPs during exchange
Support in iGCDP Project Delivery
Supporting host entity for running operations in programmes and functions.
Facilitating activities leading to learning and development of exchange participants & members.
Supporting the host entity take collaborative initiatives with AIESEC India and improve co-delivery.
Supporting the host entity strengthen its international relations
Conducting Research on internal & external to provide input for organisation growth and development
Supporting the host entity record and showcase its impact
I decided to take up the Excel program in Sri Lanka. I was working with a media house: not only did the work align with my imminent career goals; it was also a great erudition experience with a diverse set of young individuals. Whilst working on an online magazine, I had a lot of creative liberty to inculcate concepts like video interviews, amateur shoots, showcasing existing trends, etc. I networked and worked closely with some of the most prominent people in the country. As CEEDer in AIESEC Colombo Central, I was operating on areas of Exchange Development & Business Development. This experience refined my learning from the entire term, wherein I was taking sessions with the EB for CEM, Product development, University Relations; doing Business Development appointments, training Exchange Participants and what not. I cannot think of a more apt way of experiencing first hand leadership, than to travel and work with people from all across the globe. The possibilities of Excel are boundless; itâ€™s an all-inclusive intense AIESEC
Shubhi Betala Alumnus, AIESEC Pune
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Hosting Entities can register at https://podio.com/webforms/7041038/541337
Members can register at http://podio.com/webforms/6268266/488356
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