الاسم: برنامج القيادة العالمي لعام 2016
المكان: الإمارات، دبي وأبو ظبي
النوع: ممول بالكامل
آخر موعد للتقديم: 19/05/2016
- أن يكون عمر المتقدم ما بين 25-35 في شهر نوفمبر 2016
- أن تكون لديك القدرة في حضور البرنامج لمدة أسبوعين في شهر نوفمبر 2016
- أن تلتزم بإكمال البرنامج الكامل والذي مدته 12 شهراً
- المقدرة على التحدث باللغة الإنجليزية
- أن تكون حاملاْ لجنسية أحدى الدول المذكورة: أفغانستان، الجزائر، أذربيجان, البحرين, بنغلادش, مصر, اندونيسيا, العراق, الأردن, كينيا, الكويت, ماليزيا, المغرب, عمان, باكستان, قطر, السعودية, الصومال (مقيم في كينيا), سوريا (مقيم في مصر, العراق, الأردن, تركيا, لبنان), تركيا, الإمارات, بريطانيا.
يمكنك متابعة القراءة بالأسفل للاطلاع على الفرصة بشكل كامل:
International Leadership Programme 2016
Information for Applicants
Thank you for your interest in the International Leadership Programme 2016! This document
provide you with the information you need for the application process. Please read this carefully
and before you complete your online application.
Mosaic’s International Leadership Programme began in 2009 to help develop leadership skills, highlight global issues and equip young people to become involved in their local community.
80 International participants from 22 different countries are chosen through a rigorous selection process.
Applications are invited from nationals from the following countries: Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia (resident in Kenya), Syria (resident in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon & Turkey),Turkey, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom.
The 12-month programme starts with the International Summit, which brings together 80 international young leaders aged 25-35 to participate in a two-week residential training conference, featuring worldrenowned leadership trainers and speakers. The Summit includes leadership skills workshops, inspirational sessions on global issues such as poverty and sustainability, and visits to projects in the local area which demonstrate leadership in action.
Following the Summit participants return home and are matched with a Mosaic mentor who supports them to write a personal ‘Action Plan’ outlining how they will put their learning into action in their local community Participants report to Mosaic and their mentor on their progress against targets set in their Action Plan for 12 months following the Summit. It’s during this period that the participants’ newly learned skills and leadership abilities are put to use and their community starts to see the benefits.
We are looking for participants who are committed to putting what they learn into practise over the course of the 12 months following the Summit. Our ultimate aim is for participants to use their leadership skills to have a positive impact in their local community. Previous participants’ Action Plans have included projects as wide ranging as running employability skills workshops in Algeria, establishing a mobile library service in rural Indonesia and a women’s financial empowerment project in Iraqi Kurdistan.
What happens at the Summit?
The programme begins by gathering all of the participants together for the Summit, a period of intense residential training, featuring world-renowned speakers, leadership workshops, and project visits which enable participants to observe examples of leadership in action. This will be held in the United Arab Emirates in November 2016 (exact dates will shortly be announced).
The Summit promotes an interactive and modern learning environment. Sessions are led by a variety of contributors including academics, business leaders and representatives of other organisations. There will be a full programme which all participants must participate in; most learning sessions will be scheduled from 9pm – 6pm. There will be social activities arranged during some evenings; these are designed to provide an informal opportunity for networking and cultural exchange and to meet a range of people. There will be also some free time for participants to explore and relax. Apart from the designated free time, participants may not leave the Summit in order to fulfil other commitments such as business or family arrangements.
Some elements of the Summit will involve all participants, whilst some sessions will divide participants into smaller groups. Male and female individuals and those from different countries are expected to mix together and participate actively in debates, presentations and small group tasks. Participants are expected to travel to the Summit unaccompanied; it is not possible for Mosaic to accommodate any family or friends.
Mosaic makes all arrangements for travel, accommodation, and meals, to an adequate but not luxury
standard; a realistic expectation is that of average university provision. Participants will have their own single bedroom.
How will I be supported after the Summit?
Support of participants is focused around a personalised Action Plan and one-to-one mentoring
relationship. The purpose of the Action Plan is to provide a framework for participants to implement their learning following the Summit. At the Summit, there will be sessions dedicated to discussing the best way to write an Action Plan and how to manage ongoing personal development.
Participants will each be matched with a Mosaic mentor following the Summit. Introductions will be
facilitated by Mosaic and guidance will be given to both mentors and participants about how to get the most out of the mentoring relationship. Most of Mosaic’s mentors are based in the UK, so participants should expect to be in touch with their mentor via virtual means (email, Skype or telephone). The role of the mentor is to support the participant in writing an Action Plan that is SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound). Mentors offer support and guidance in achieving the aims that participants set out in their plans over a 12 month period
Action Plans are submitted to Mosaic and feedback is provided. Participants are expected to update
Mosaic by email every three months on the progress made against their plan, with an annual report written at the end of the 12 month period.
Frequently asked questions:
Can I apply if I live in a country which isn’t on the eligible list?
No. We have had to choose a limited number of eligible countries where we have existing networks. We cannot accept applications from individuals in other countries
I have a passport from an eligible country but I don’t live there. Can I apply?
No. We have made it compulsory that applicants must be a national and resident in the same eligible country because we want participants to have a positive impact in these countries. This aim would not be achieved if we accepted participants who are living/working outside of eligible countries
How much will it cost?
Mosaic is a charitable organisation and with the ILP we aim to support those who can most make a positive impact in their local community. There are significant costs associated with the International Leadership Programme, some of which will be the responsibility of Mosaic, such as flights and Summit accommodation, and some of which will be the responsibility of participants– these will be
made clear together with practical arrangements when participants are appointed. At this stage, we do
not require information about your financial situation and Mosaic does not wish to discourage any applicant.
who faces financial difficulty – bursaries will be available to support those who need them.
What makes a successful application?
We have written very clear advice on what we need you to demonstrate in your application, please read the rest of this document. Mosaic is looking to recruit a diverse range of participants; male and female, from a wide range of backgrounds, urban and rural, representing different professions and experiences. We particularly wish to give opportunity to those who have not previously benefited from a masters education, experienced any leadership training or overseas travel
Is this a religious or political Programme?
No. Mosaic has no religious or political affiliations. Mosaic's mission is to create opportunities for young people from all backgrounds. The programme will not include any religious content but there will of course be suitable arrangements made at the Summit, for example halal food will be available, and prayer times will be catered for in the programme as far as possible. If you have any other requirements, please inform us and we will cater for them
How to apply
Please note the eligibility criteria for the programme.
Be a national of the following countries Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia (resident in Kenya), Syria (residing in Lebanon),Turkey, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom.
Please note that ID and proof of address will be asked for during the interview process
Be 25–35 years old in November 2016
Be able to attend the two week Summit in November 2016
Make a commitment to complete the 12 month programme in full
Fluent in English (all elements of the programme will be conducted in English)
You need to answer all questions in the application form – we won’t consider incomplete forms. Please pay careful attention to the word limits; we want your answers to be concise and we will not consider responses which exceed the maximum length.
Firstly, you will be asked for details including your age, nationality, contact details, a short work history and study history, your career aspirations (100 word limit) as well as contact details for 2 referees who we will contact should you be offered a participant place
Secondly, you will be asked some questions to assess what impact the programme could have on you
The questions you will be asked are:
1- Please give an example of a time when you have changed a situation – it could be in your workplace, community or personal life. What skills did you use to bring about change?
(200 word limit)
2- From the list of competencies below, which one do you most want to develop Please describe-
below what benefit it could bring to you and your community. (200 word limit)
a) The drive and initiative to seize new opportunities, and the resilience to continue when difficulties
b) Having a strong and/or growing sense of self-awareness, and the ability to use this awareness to
get the best from ourselves
c) The ability to engage and work with different people from different backgrounds, providing them
with inspiration, a clear vision and strong communication
d) Having a genuine openness to new experience and a readiness to listen to others, in order to
continue to learn throughout career and life
e) Working with humility and integrity, and being highly reliable and trustworthy in all aspects of life
3- Can you give an example of how a global issue is currently affecting your own local community?
(200 word limit)
Can you give an example of where a positive attitude has enabled you to overcome a challenge?
(200 word limit)
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