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

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.