Program Roadmap

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Background

programs_bridging-leadership_background.jpgThe Bridging Leadership Fellows Program demonstrates a new kind of leadership – bridging leaders who are able to analyze the dimensions of a divide clearly and identify all the stakeholders with whom they can form linkages of understanding and action. They have a vision of transforming the lives of the marginalized by diminishing existing divides. They are the expression of AIM's mission to contribute to the development of Asian societies.

 

 

 

 

OBJECTIVES PROGRAM ROADMAP LEARNING SUPPORT FOR THE FELLOWS
MENTORSHIP RESEARCH and EVALUATION  

Program Roadmap

The Bridging Leadership Fellows come to the program with a specific societal issue to address, and well-defined leadership goals in relation to the societal issue. The organization of the program is designed to assist the Fellows in his/her personal and professional development to achieve societal outcomes and meet leadership goals. The program also provides Fellows with access to resource providers and opportunities to earn the confidence of potential partners.

The program is structured in a manner that allows Fellows to plan and regularly review their activities as they go through the various phases of bridging.

PHASE 1: DEFINING THE PERSONAL RESPONSE

  • Leadership capital
  • Analysis of the societal divide
  • Personal vision and mission to address the divide
  • Time-bound objectives and tangible outcomes to be achieved (key result areas and performance indicators)
  • Strategies and resources to employ to attain the objectives

PHASE 2: ENGAGING STAKEHOLDERS TO COME UP WITH A COLLABORATIVE RESPONSE

  • Analysis of stakeholders
  • Engagement strategy to be employed
  • Timeframe of engagement activities
  • Analysis of the societal divide
  • Collective vision and mission to address the divide
  • Time-bound objectives and tangible outcomes to be achieved (key result areas and performance indicators)
  • Strategies and resources to employ to attain the objectives

PHASE 3: COLLABORATIVE ACTION

  • Program Management
  • Implementation Mechanism/structure
  • Resource Mobilization
  • Conflict Management
  • Capacity-building
  • Monitoring and Evaluation

PHASE 4: REPORT TO STAKEHOLDERS

  • Outputs and Outcomes
  • Remaining Challenges
  • Sustaining the Collaborative Work
  • Insights and Lessons learned

PHASE 5: RENEWAL OF COMMITMENT

  • Assessment of leadership capital
  • Leadership goals in bridging societal divides