CHANGE AGENT TRAINING
Welcome!
We are glad you are here.
Welcome to
Prague!
Welcome to
Change!
OUR GROUP
270
200
Total Change Agents
Change Agents in Prague
33
46
24
63
Africa
52
Latin America
and the Caribbean
16
36
Middle East
Asia and Pacific
Canada
Europe
United States
OUR GOALS: Change Agents will…
1. Become a cohesive and dynamic global team.
2. Enhance individual leadership skills.
3. Gain knowledge of global issues that relate to youth empowerment.
4. Advance ability to implement the YMCA Change Model.
5. Understand role in One Million Voices research
and World Council 2014.
OUR PROGRAM
Monday
Orientation | Youth Empowerment Where You Live
Tuesday
Team Building | Connections
Wednesday
Going Deeper | The Change Agent Role
Thursday
Youth Empowerment in Action | Stories
Friday
One Million Voices Research | World Council 2014
Each day we begin at 9 a.m. and end at 12:15 p.m.
Back at Festival site tomorrow (our tent is just inside gate).
What ONE WORD
best describes your feelings
as we begin this training?
RESOURCE TEAM
BOB CABEZA
YMCA of Greater Long Beach,
California, USA
MATHEUS MEDEIROS
Brazil, World Alliance
of YMCAs/YMCA Brazil
BOB TOBIN
Williams Group, Grand Rapids,
Michigan, USA
ROMULO DANTAS
World Alliance of YMCAs
RODRIGO MERINO
Mexico, YMCA of the USA
GERARD TOSSERAMS
Netherlands, YMCA Europe
SAMUEL DIAZ-FERNANDEZ
LITTAUER
Colombia, World Alliance of YMCAs
ROGER PEIRIS
Sri-Lanka, Asia and Pacific
Alliance of YMCAs
TRANG TRUONG
YMCA of the USA
JOHAN VILHELM ELTVIK
World Alliance of YMCAs
GIL HARPER
South Africa, Africa Alliance of
YMCAs
JEN HUTCHINSON
Canada, YMCAs of
Cambridge & Kitchener-Waterloo
ALVARO RODRIGUEZ
YMCA of Greater Long Beach,
California, USA
IDA THOMAS
Canada, YMCA Canada
JOSE VARGHESE
India, World Alliance of
YMCAs/YMCA India
SELMA ZAIDI
World Alliance of YMCAs
The Big Picture
Johan Vilhelm Eltvik
Secretary General
NEW WAY Strategic Plan 2011-2014
From Hong Kong to Prague
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT
MOVEMENT STRENGTHENING
RESOURCE MOBILISATION
IMAGE AND IMPACT
GOVERNANCE
GLOBAL
CITIZENSHIP
NEW WAY Strategic Plan 2011-2014
From Hong Kong to Prague
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT
Jobs
Health
Civic engagement
Environment
GLOBAL
CITIZENSHIP
Strong
Local YMCAs
X
Sleeping Global
Dimension
A travel through history...
STAKEHOLDERS’ MEETING
31 March – 1 April 2012
NAIROBI STATEMENT
The YMCA wants to achieve its
We therefore must be a
We therefore must attract
We therefore must have
We therefore must demonstrate
We therefore must have a
Relevant to the world
Grounded in our mission
Worthy of our aspiration
Connected to our current work
We therefore choose to collectively stand for
full potential
stronger movement
greater resources
more visibility
greater impact
shared focus
youth empowerment
THE
VISION
THE ROLE OF CHANGE AGENTS
Be the change
Communicate
the vision
Inspire action
Youth
empowerment
where you live
Global realities, YMCA implications
Small groups
Share your name, home, YMCA connection
Appoint a facilitator
Turn off technology
Give everyone space to talk
Listen fully
SHARE AND DISCUSS
What is your personal story of empowerment?
What does youth disempowerment look like in your
country or region? What are its causes?
What is the YMCA response and opportunity?
What is the opportunity for you, as a Change Agent, to
help the YMCA improve its response?
Romulo
Dantas
World Alliance of YMCAs
FESTIVAL ORIENTATION
What to expect:
Participants and
program
What to do:
Change Agent role
Selma
Zaidi
World Alliance of YMCAs
One Million Voices
THE YMCA CAN CHANGE LIVES
Change Agents collect youth
empowerment stories at Festival
Focus on stories that illustrate the
YMCA Change Model:
Useful questions:
How did you first come in contact with the YMCA?
How has the YMCA helped you or someone you know?
You already have a powerful, personal story: Yours!
START NOW! BE CREATIVE!
On Thursday, we will share stories with each other.
All week: Post stories of life-changing YMCA experiences
facebook.com/groups/YMCAChangeAgents/
#YMCAchanges
[email protected]
Photos and videos can be uploaded, with permission
of the person/s featured.
NETWORKING
You can be the one who makes everyone else’s
world bigger and better.
Prague is your opportunity to connect with others, and to help
others form new relationships that enrich their lives!
The key to strong networking is to bring value to others.
NETWORKING
MY PERSONAL ASSETS
1.
Sharing your personal assets
2.
1. Write down 3 to 5 things you have to
offer others.
3.
2. Form groups of two. Exchange and
explain lists.
5.
3. Write a message to the person whose
assets you are learning about.
4. Return the sheet to its owner.
4.
Name: __________________
Message: _______________
________________________
________________________
________________________
SHARE WHAT YOU HAVE TO OFFER…
As you collect youth
empowerment stories
at the Festival
Get contact information for any personal story you want to tell.
Have a great
Festival Day!
See you tomorrow.
facebook.com/groups/YMCAChangeAgents/
#YMCAchanges
[email protected]
CHANGE AGENT TRAINING
Tuesday
Welcome!
Please sit with people you do
not know.
Turn to the people on either side.
Introduce yourself, and your home.
Share one sentence about someone
(not a Change Agent) whom you met
at Festival.
CHANGE AGENTS
MISSION:
Change Agents will unite and lead
the YMCA global movement into
the future through a focus on
empowering young people.
TODAY IS ABOUT
Connections | Doing the Work
To form bonds, to address challenges…
LEADER TO LEADER
Ida
Thomas
YMCA CANADA
Team Building
Bob Cabeza
YMCA of Greater Long Beach
Change Agent
Role
BROADENING OUR UNDERSTANDING
Johan Vilhelm Eltvik
Secretary General
THE ROLE OF CHANGE AGENTS
Be the change
Communicate
the vision
Inspire action
Change Agent
Concrete Projects
One Million Voices
World Council
YMCA World Challenge
Resource group on environment
YMCA global digital accelerator
Challenges you are facing
1. Risk that our “youth empowerment”
focus is only internal—only about
youth involvement in the governance
processes of local and national
YMCAs
2. Balancing investment of time and
resources between actions at
local/national/international levels
3. Cooperation with other Change
Agents, especially from outside
your country or area
Have a great
Festival Day!
See you tomorrow.
facebook.com/groups/YMCAChangeAgents/
#YMCAchanges
[email protected]
CHANGE AGENT TRAINING
Wednesday
Welcome!
Please sit with people you do
not know.
Turn to the people next to you.
Introduce yourself.
Share one sentence about your most
amazing moment in Prague so far.
CHANGE AGENTS
MISSION:
Change Agents will unite and lead
the YMCA global movement into
the future through a focus on
empowering young people.
TODAY IS ABOUT
Working on the Work
Describing a concrete, and game-changing, project.
Addressing Change Agent questions and challenges.
LEADER TO LEADER
JOSE
VARGHESE
INDIA AND WORLD
ALLIANCE OF YMCAs
Selma Zaidi
World Alliance of YMCAs
One Million Voices
What it is
Comprehensive research for and with people ages 15 to 24.
Project goal
Bring young peoples’ voice together
(individual and collective opinion).
Outcomes we expect
Contribute youth perspective on social justice issues, barriers
and opportunities relating to employment, health, civic
engagement, and environment.
Participants
Young people 15 to 24 years from diverse backgrounds in
at least 60 countries.
Meaning for youth issues
Bring youth voice and perspective on policies and practices
of youth-serving agencies everywhere.
Impact and action
Inspire new programmes, funders and advocates for
empowering youth.
Why the YMCA?
Our unique position and advantage
Globally: 119 national offices
(average: 30% of national office board members are youth).
Locally: 11,200 locations, reaching 58 million people
(28 million between ages 11 and 30).
Worldwide reach: 7 regions - area offices in Africa, Asia and
Pacific, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe,
Middle East and USA.
Change Agent Role
YMCA OMV team
NGS in each country
OMV National Coordinators
Change Agents
Communication
Promote and share information about OMV
Data Collection
Be familiar with and understand questionnaire
Data collection – events/activities
Data collection - interviews
Training with and for enumerators
Guidelines for data collection
Data Entry
Coordination with your YMCA OMV team
De-centralised locations for data entry
Standards and processes for consistency
Timeline
Pilot Testing Launch
Pilot Testing with at least 60 countries
Collating and Analysis of Pilot Phase
Training/Preparation of Interviewers
Final Survey Design
Logistics and Coordination with YMCAs
August 2013
September 2013
October 2013
October to December 2013
November 2013
September to December 2013
Launch OMV Survey Implementation
January 2014
Data Collection – 200,000 voices
January to August 2014
Data Entry
January to September 2014
Data Processing and Analysis
September 2014 to May 2015
Dissemination of Results
June 2015
Scaling OMV Learning to One Million
July to December 2015
One Million Voices
Implement
Pilot Phase
Learn and become familiar with
the questionnaire.
Translate the questionnaire to
languages.
August – September 2013
Implement
Pilot Phase
20 individual pilots:
5 x Males: 15-18
5 x Males: 19-24
5 x Females: 15-18
5 x Females 19-24
Sample by ages: 15 to 18 and
19 to 24 and Male/Female to
determine relevance and
accuracy in design of tool.
August – October 2013
Set Targets for
Data Collection
Establish targets for country
data collection based on:
1)YMCA data on members
and participants and
2)youth demographic in
country
August – September, 2013
Methodology for
Self-Completion
Plan with National Coordinators for
self-completion at YMCA locations
Identify data collection events and
activities with young people aged 15 to 24
November 2013
Methodology for
Interview- Administered
Questionnaires
Plan with National Coordinators for outreach
Provide training for enumerators to
administer questionnaires
Administer interviews with questionnaires
December 2013 – January 2014
Plan for
Implementation
Analyse pilot results and finalise
the questionnaire
October 2013
Prepare online version of questionnaire
November 2013
Plan implementation with National Coordinators
November 2103
Hardcopy and online-version available for implementation
January 2014
One Million Voices
Reflect…
What is most exciting about
this research?
How can it advance youth
empowerment globally?
All generations
working together
Have a great
Festival Day!
See you tomorrow.
facebook.com/groups/YMCAChangeAgents/
#YMCAchanges
[email protected]
CHANGE AGENT TRAINING
Thursday
Welcome!
Please sit with people you
do not know.
Turn to the people next to you.
Share one sentence about the most
remarkable person you have added to
your network this week.
CHANGE AGENTS
MISSION:
Change Agents will unite and lead
the YMCA global movement into
the future through a focus on
empowering young people.
TODAY IS ABOUT
Youth empowerment in action
Sharing stories of impact.
Making the work concrete.
THE YMCA CAN CHANGE LIVES
Youth
empowerment
stories
STORIES OF EMPOWERMENT AND IMPACT
Groups of two.
Each person shares a story of
youth empowerment learned in
Prague.
Story themes?
youth
empowerment
Why stories?
youth
empowerment
The YMCA changes lives.
Share your stories
(with permission).
facebook.com/groups/YMCAChangeAgents/
#YMCAchanges
[email protected]
Let’s talk about…
Change Agent
work
CHANGE AGENTS
MISSION:
Change Agents will unite and lead
the YMCA global movement into
the future through a focus on
empowering young people.
CHANGE AGENT
WHEEL OF YOUTH EMPOWERMENT
Based on the reality of my YMCA, what
concrete work can I do as a Change
Agent? Specifically…
What are the natural connections?
What are the relevant new possibilities?
How can my connections and coordination
with Change Agents help?
Change Agents
What are our assets?
facebook.com/groups/YMCAChangeAgents/
#YMCAchanges
[email protected]
FRIDAY
World Council
Planning: Preparing for home
Evaluation
What would you like to do?
LEADER TO LEADER
KEN
COLLOTON
World Alliance of YMCAs
Have a great
Festival Day!
See you tomorrow.
facebook.com/groups/YMCAChangeAgents/
#YMCAchanges
[email protected]
CHANGE AGENT TRAINING
Friday
Welcome!
Please sit with people you do
not know.
LEADER TO LEADER
KERRY
RILEY
SCOTLAND YMCA
CHANGE AGENTS
MISSION:
Change Agents will unite and lead
the YMCA global movement into
the future through a focus on
empowering young people.
TODAY IS ABOUT
World Council preparations
Leaving Prague and moving forward:
Getting clearer
We want to prepare for next steps!
DEEPENING OUR UNDERSTANDING
Change Agent work.
PUTTING THE WHEEL TO WORK
1. PRESENT THE WHOLE
It is a connected strategy!
2. ENGAGE IN DIALOGUE
What fits your YMCA’s reality?
3. PARTICIPATE IN DECISIONS
What will we do? Who will do it?
4. SUPPORT ACTION
This may involve many players.
PUTTING THE WHEEL TO WORK
1. PRESENT THE WHOLE
Don’t begin with pieces
It is a connected strategy!
2. ENGAGE IN DIALOGUE
Don’t pre-decide on your own
What fits your YMCA’s reality?
3. PARTICIPATE IN DECISIONS Don’t feel like you need to
What will we do? Who will do it?
4. SUPPORT ACTION
This may involve many players.
have the answers
Don’t assume you are the
implementer of new action!
Selma Zaidi
World Alliance of YMCAs
WORLD COUNCIL
Change Agents Role
Leadership
Trust-building
Communication
Facilitation
Conveners
WORLD COUNCIL
Collective Engagement
Diversity of Participants
Distributed Leadership – Shared
Knowledge Building Dialogue – Learning Together
Focused on Collective Project – Global Impact
Final Shared Product of the Performance
WORLD COUNCIL
Group Process
Trust
Respect
Create open and flexible atmosphere
Give participants individual responsibility
Group grows together
WORLD COUNCIL
Group Work
Storytelling and Learning
Focused on our Global Collective
Change Agent Facilitation Role
Reflection – Telling My Story
Learning – Building Our Story
Planning – Envisioning Our Future Together
WORLD COUNCIL
Group Work
Preparing for the Performance
Performers and Change Agents facilitate
together
Action - Communicating Our Story
‘Our Journey’
WORLD COUNCIL
Group Process and Performance
1. Opening the Story
2. Defining the Set of Messages
3. Working on Expression of the Message
4. Sharing the Outcomes
5. Closing - Bring the Story, Messages,
and Outcomes Together
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN I GET HOME?
Group discussion (A).
What is the most important
thing I will do?
How can we sustain the energy
and connection we feel as
Change Agents?
EVALUATION
Online to come, for now…
What would have made this
training better for you?
What was good for you?
Write any comments if you want!
Johan Vilhelm
Eltvik
Reflection
Team Building
Bob Cabeza
Romulo
Dantas
Reflection
Thank you!
CHANGE AGENT PLATFORMS
E-LEARNING
BLOG
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