Challenge: Allies on board

Thank you for being an expert for PLACE, it’s fantastic to have you with us to promote migrant-led innovation.

🚀 Challenge 🚀

Allies on board

Thank you for being an expert for PLACE, it’s fantastic to have you with us to promote migrant-led innovation.

Catalysts are very eager to get your evaluation! 
What’s the context of the evaluation?

The Catalysts went through a “Challenge” with PLACE: a 2-hour interactive learning experience online.

As a roleplay, they were invited to the WORLDZ Summit in Los Angeles.

This yearly global summit and community, consisting of more than 2,500 members, is regularly listed by Forbes as a highlight leadership event. Within this crowd, you can make valuable connections but more deeply, alliances.

Catalysts came to this event to find a board member who would support them in carrying out a new stage of development of their organization. 

Among 3 suitable profiles met at the event, they picked one, and set up a meeting before the end of the summit to convince them to become a board member on their project. You are helping them rehearse this meeting by giving them feedback on a 2-minute proposal they prepared to lay the foundation of the alliance.

This is the brief that the Catalysts received for the challenge

Board members Profiles
– Inês Santos Silva –

Board members Profiles
– Helene Wolf –

Guidelines on evaluation scale… should you need it (or trust your instinct!)

Shared success: Guide towards  the same idea of success

Remarkably observed: Understanding of what the shared vision is, makes no doubt, and generates enthusiasm.

Observed: Convergence of shared vision is perceptible and consensus is reachable.

Insufficiently observed: The convergence is perceptible, but alignment on success is not.

Not observed: The gap between the visions of both parties is too big.

 

Foundation: Explicit the strengths that can be brought together and how weaknesses will be overcome

Remarkably observed: Mutual assets are laid out and the resulting strength looks promising.

Observed: Mutual assets are laid out and meet essential needs.

Insufficiently observed: Mutual assets are laid out, but are not taking either party to the next level.

Not observed: Mutual assets do not seem to match the needs for success. 

Commitment: Formalize a fair deal to start off for long

Remarkably observed: The deal (what, who, how) is endorsed extensively with strong ownership.

Observed: The deal (what, who, how) covers essential steps and offers security to both parties.

Insufficiently observed: The deal, lacks the frame that offers security to both parties.

Not observed: There is no show of how the deal can be sealed and kicked off.