In order to create holistic solutions and policies, Young Leaders must develop their ability to grasp complex problem, critical thinking skills, and implementing innovative solutions through technology and collaboration to solve them. These skills are best developed through real-world understanding of challenges being faced globally, and contextualised through the same challenges faced by their local communities. Through our young leadership programme, we bring together fresh graduate and communities, in a curated manner, allowing them to create long term sustainable solutions that they can implement.
-Introduction to NGO Partners and the communities they serve.
-Site visit to communities affected by these NGO’s work.
-Prototyping the idea
-Testing the Idea
-Pitching the idea back to the NGO’s.
-Introduction to the Design thinking process
-Defining the problem
-Introduction to technological innovations
-Ecosystem mapping for developing collaborative approaches
-Ideate how to solve the issue
-Acquire perspective in making policies that are outcome driven.
-Understand global and regional trends affecting local communities
-Create cross cultural and societal communication with members of affected communities.
-Fosters a culture of radical collaboration and performance driven teamwork.
-Realise the importance of empathy in leadership through engaging with the lesser communities.
-Social Business Canvas
Laptops. Case studies. Stationaries, etc.