Connecting Award Strategy at the Asia Pacific Regional Board Meeting 2011

The Regional Board Meeting (RBM), to be held in India from 5th-9th April, will feature key sessions on Connecting Award Strategy to National/Global Agendas and Award Governance in Practice.

The International Award Association Strategic Directions Overview will feature presentations by One Award Alliance Project Director-Stephen De-Wint; an Overview of the 12 Strategic Projects 2011/12 and Beyond; details of the Capacity Building Project by Head of Operations, Tim Smith; need for Advocacy and Profiling, research and data collection by the IAA Programme Team; and the 2011-12 Regional Plan by the Asia Pacific Regional Team.

Peter Kaye, Honorary Advisor will facilitate the National Strategic Directions that will include sharing of key goals/strategies, connecting the Award strategy of the region and Award Governance in practice in addition to Funding/Pricing Models that need to/can be adopted.

The focus will be on digital directions through adopting online Award management systems, E-learning and training for best possible youth engagement and development. The Youth Engagement Project and the highlight on the upcoming International Gold Event 2011 scheduled to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, the importance of youth representatives in the International Council reflects the importance to give young people charge in governance.

The NAA Status Summary Reports in the National Directors Strategic Alliance Forum with presentations by respective national directors addressing need for partnerships, strategy and performance, leader training, nation building and fund raising will allow for impressive strategy making and best practice sharing for consistent Award development.

Download the programme and agenda from the IAA website.

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