Overview

WIEF Young Leaders Network (WYN) gathers changemakers between the ages of 20 and 30 from different walks of life, cultures and beliefs. Together, they form the alumni of future leaders who’ll create deep impact in business and social work. WIEF’s Young Fellows 2017 was held from 30 April to 6 May 2017 in Melaka and focused on unlocking the business of culture and heritage.

The leadership empowerment programme drew 24 participants from 14 countries. They came together to develop leadership as well as entrepreneurship skills and gain real-time business experience. Since 2012, Young Fellows has been held in Durban, Manila, Cordoba, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.

Upcoming Events

No Upcoming Event.

Past Events
WIEF Young Fellows
Malacca, 2017
Malacca, Malaysia
8.00 AM - 5.00 PM
30th April - 6th May 2017
WIEF Young Fellows
Singapore, 2016
Singapore
8.00 AM - 5.00 PM
18th – 24th September 2016
WIEF Young Fellows
Cordoba, 2015
Cordoba, Spain
08.00 - 17.00
16th – 22nd March 2015
WIEF Young Fellows
Manila, 2014
Manila, The Philippines
08.00 - 17.00
18th – 24th June 2014
WIEF Young Fellows
Durban, 2013
Durban, South Africa
08.00 - 17.00
12th – 18th May 2013
WIEF Young Fellows
Kuala Lumpur, 2012
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
0800 - 1700
9th – 14th Sept 2012
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WIEF Young Fellows
Malacca, 2017
Malacca, Malaysia
8.00 AM - 5.00 PM
30th April - 6th May 2017

The WIEF Young Fellows 2017 will be held in the historical city of  Malacca, on 30th April to 6th May 2017 and is expected to host 24 young changemakers from all over the world.  

Malacca is one of 14 states of Malaysia, located in south western coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The state of Malacca is a well-known historical tourist destination with its multicultural heritage preservation of valuable colonial buildings, squares, and churches left by the Portuguese, Dutch and British since the 15th century.  The effort to preserve the state heritage has paid greatly with the recognition of Melaka as a World Heritage City in 2008 by UNESCO, transforming the city to a domestic and international tourists’ hub, registering the highest number of 15.7 million visitors in 2015. Tourism alone contributes 46.6% of the state’s GDP.

With the theme “Unlocking the Business of Heritage and Culture”, the WIEF Young Fellows 2017 will focus on case studies of heritage businesses, and how cultural capital can be used to unlock business potential. Malacca is chosen for a venue for this very reason, being one of the most successful cities that preserved its heritage, and turning it into a thriving business.  

 Download the brochure here!

Application Details:

·         To apply, please submit the completed online application before 25th March 2017

For inquiries, please contact Said Hamadi at said@wief.org

ARRIVAL DAY

TimeTitle
8.00 AMArrival of Delegate and Hotel Check-in

Young Fellows will arrive in Kuala Lumpur at different times of the day and will check in their transit hotel in KL for the night, before departing to Malacca the next day.

6.00 PMIcebreaker Session

A welcoming dinner with the Young Fellows and organisers for them to mingle and introduce themselves.

DAY 1 - MONDAY, 1 MAY 2017 | DISCOVERING YOURSELF

TimeTitle
7.00 AMBreakfast
8.00 AMStart-up Bus

This is a “classroom on a bus” during a 3-hour ride to Malacca, during which young fellows will have their first session with the head trainer. In this session, young fellows will discover their personalities’ unique strengths and weaknesses through the 16 Personalities test, and how they can synergise with other people in a team. The session will also include leadership tools and responsibilities.

11.00 AMHotel Check-in Malacca and Break
1.00 PMLunch
2.00 PMGame Plan and Grouping

Young fellows get an overview of the programme, and an in-depth understanding of this year’s programme challenge - organising a half day heritage event with ticket sales on Day 5. Young fellows will be divided into 3 groups according to their personality strengths and expertise. The groups are:

1. Ground marketing
2. Digital marketing/logistics
3. Finance/copywriting/role-player management

3.00 PMWorkshop: Event Management Planning

This is a workshop session, conducted by field experts, to equip young fellows with essential skills required to organise a successful event. This session will cover aspects such as programme conceptualisation, marketing strategy, media campaigning, ground marketing and copywriting.

6.00 PMMelaka Soak-up Malacca sightseeing and dinner

DAY 2 - TUESDAY, 2 MAY 2017 | HERITAGE HUNT

TimeTitle
7.00 AMBreakfast
8.00 AMHeritage Hunt

This is a gamified learning on heritage businesses. Young fellows have to go through 3 levels of challenges, in order to have access to 3 heritage business companies (hotel, restaurant and recreational), at which they will be briefed about the respective business and to discover the impact of heritage tourism in an urban economy. These 3 levels of challenges require young fellows to follow a “treasure hunt trail” engaging with locals, learning local culture and tradition, before they can get to the subsequent level, and finally the destination.

12.30 PMLunch
2.30 PMFace to Face with the Chief Minister of Malacca

A session that shares the role played by the Malacca State Government in the conservation of Malacca heritage and culture and registering Melaka in the UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Cities.

3.30 PMSharing Circle I: Impact of Heritage Conservation in Regional Economy

A session to present and discuss the findings of the heritage visits.

4.30 PMFree time and Dinner

DAY 3 - WEDNESDAY, 3 MAY 2017 | EXECUTION I

TimeTitle
7.00 AMBreakfast
8.00 AMWar Room

Each group attend to an assigned task related to the planned heritage event, conceptualise it and make it ready for execution.

12.00 PMLunch
1.30 PMLet the Campaign Begin!

Young fellows get into action by working in their respective groups to execute the tasks for the event. By this time, they will be utilising their different marketing channels to promote the event.

5.30 PMBreak
7.30 PMDinner & Conversation with CEOs, Community Leaders and Innovators

An intimate networking evening with CEOs, community leaders and innovators who can share their personal journeys and anecdotes to reach success.

DAY 4 - THURSDAY, 4 MAY 2017 | EXECUTION II & CALIBRATION

TimeTitle
7.00 AMManagement Meeting Breakfast 1

A session to present each group’s work progress.

9.30 AMLearn, Empower. Earn, Return.

Treasure hunt with children and youth at the “Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Centre Malacca”.

11.00 AMSharing Circle II: Calibration

Young fellows exchange their thoughts on child abandonment and discuss viable solutions to tackle this problem.

12.00 PMLunch
1.30 PMThe Campaign Continues

Young fellows continue their marketing campaign for the event.

6.30 PMFree time and dinner

DAY 5 - FRIDAY, 5 MAY 2017 | D-DAY

TimeTitle
7.00 AMManagement Meeting Breakfast 2

A session to present each group’s work progress.

9.30 AMVenue Setup

Young fellows prepare the venue for the event, and do last minute arrangements for the event.

12.00 PMLunch and Friday Prayers
3.00PMWYF 2017 Event: “Unlocking the Business of Heritage and Culture”

Programme Rundown:

• Welcoming Remarks
• MOCAfest: Traditional Culture Performance
• ThinkTalk with Tun Musa Hitam moderated by Ebrahim Patel
• CEO Panel on Heritage Business
• MOCAfest: Old and New Fusion Performance
• Workshop on “Unlocking Cultural Capital”
• Business Anonymous – Preserving Heritage
• Final Performance and Closing Notes

7.30 PMConcluding Dinner

DAY 6 - SATURDAY, 6 MAY 2017 | REFLECTION & FAREWELL

TimeTitle
7.00 AMBreakfast
8.00 AMReflection Circle

A final sharing session of young fellows’ feedbacks, learning outcomes, prospects, agreements and promises.

9.30 AMCheck-out and Depart to Kuala Lumpur

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Richard “D-cal” Dacalos

Educator, Entrepreneur and Coach, Philippines

Richard “D-cal” Dacalos is an educator, entrepreneur and coach. He has served as a coach and mentor for the World Islamic Economic Forum’s Young Fellows Program,

D-cal is also the creator and co-founder of the educational board game, Upstart. Upstart allows players to experience the ups and downs of business without the risk. Upstart will launch internationally in October through Kickstarter with a North American tour.

He is also the founder of the Social Play and Innovation Network (SPIN). SPIN brings together professionals from different disciplines to solve social problems through business. Through SPIN and its programs, he has empowered underserved youth in areas like leadership, communication, project management and entrepreneurship.

Through SPIN, he also created and co-organized “The Collaborative Carnival” – Southeast Asia’s First Collaboration Festival – an initiative that brought 300 changemakers and entrepreneurs from around the world to co-create and collaborate for a better future. Entrepreneur Philippines called it “a definitive twist to collaboration”.

D-cal is the current curator of the Global Shapers Community – Manila (the youth community of the World Economic Forum) and is also a mentor and advisor for Kaya Collaborative, a non-profit that runs programs and fellowships that inspire, educate, and mobilize diaspora youth as partners to long-term, locally led social change in the Philippines.

He is also a module developer, writer, certified green building consultant and martial arts teacher.

WIEF Young Fellows
Singapore, 2016
Singapore
8.00 AM - 5.00 PM
18th – 24th September 2016

WIEF  Young  Fellows  2016  (YF2016)  was  held in  Singapore  on  18-24 September  2016  in  partnership with  Ground-Up  Initiative of  Singapore. The  programme  was  conducted  in  different  multiple locations,  particularly  in  Kampung  Kampus,  a  rare  natural  forest  sanctuary  tucked  in  cosmopolitan Singapore and was attended by 25 young changemakers from 14 countries.

Throughout this 7-day programme, participants got to engage in a variety of creative, leadership and business  activities.  They  had  the  opportunity  to  immerse  themselves in  Singapore’s  culture  and  art scene  at  the  Arab  Street,  meet  with  successful  CEOs  and  leaders  in  Singapore,  learn the  successful  journey  of  Garena  –  a  $3  billion  dollar  company,  and Blk  71,  a  co-working  community  space  lauded by  President  Obama,  visualise  what  the  world  would  be  like  in  2066,  learn coding  for  hardware, learn the language of deaf people, learn 3D printing and many more.

YF2016 focused on taking participants on a deep dive into the startup world, by embarking on an intense 2 days of hackathon, challenging participants to create viable business models for burning social issues that affect our everyday lives such as Quality Education, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Good Health and Well-being and Reduced Inequalities. The winning projects  focused on education and waste management. Participants also get to spend time at the Old Folks home where they created a musical performance for the elderly.

ARRIVAL OF INTERNATIONALPARTICIPANTS
SATURDAY, 17 SEPTEMBER 2016

TimeTitle
6.00pmLEAVE HOTEL
6.30pmTOUR OF ARAB STREET AND BALI LANE
7.00pmMASJID SULTAN WALKAROUND
7.30pmWELCOME GATHERING @ MYForum

An introductory ice-breaking reception with all Young Fellows in the heart of Arab Street before the commencement of the programme the next day.

9.30pmEND OF DAY

MAKING SENSE OF THE WORLD
DAY ONE - SUNDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER 2016

TimeTitle
9.00amBREAKFAST
10.00amGUIDED TRAVEL TO THE RED BOX

A guided morning walk along Bugis and Orchard Road towards Red Box, the venue for the World 2066.

11.00amWORLD 2066 CHRONICLES

Based on the Unconference format, Young Fellows will seek to make sense of the world in 2066 through futures thinking, challenges and opportunities facing the world, imagine and create narratives that could emerge in 2066. The final part of the session is a presentation of narratives/news articles that they have created that depicts the future scenario of 2066.

1.00pmWORKING LUNCH
3.00pmPRESENTATION BY GROUPS
3.30pmGROWING THE LITTLE GREEN DOT

Learn about sustainable development, green heritage and the UN Development Goals.

4.30pmBREAK
5.00pmTOUR OF GARDENS BY THE BAY

Appreciate the vital role sustainability plays in Singapore’s survival.

GROUNDED LEADERSHIP
DAY TWO - MONDAY, 19 SEPTEMBER 2016

TimeTitle
7.30amBREAKFAST
8.30amLEAVE FOR KAMPUNG KAMPUS
9.30amGROUNDED LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

Young Fellows learn the concept of “Leading from Vision to Action to Community”. This session harnesses thinkers, warriors & farmers within the Young Fellows, to build a sustainable future in their local context. Experience the diversity of the Kampung Social Enterprises such as Farmily, Touchwood, WOW Kampung, and GUILD.

12.30pmLUNCH
1.30pmENTREPRENEURSHIP BOOTCAMP 1: FROM IDEA TO PROTOTYPE

Learn to develop ideas and turn them to prototypes using empathy design, lean methodology, divergent thinking and ideation methods.

4.00pmLEAVE KAMPUNG KAMPUS FOR TANJONG PAGAR
5.00pmARRIVAL AT TANJONG PAGAR
5.30pmDISCOVERING STRENGTHS WITH GALLUP

Young Fellows get to understand themselves, appreciate talents and diversity, using the world’s leading tool, the Gallup Strengths Finder 2.0, to help young leaders better identify their unique areas of talents.

8.30pmEND OF DAY

EXPOSURE
DAY THREE - TUESDAY, 20 SEPTEMBER 2016

TimeTitle
7.30amBREAKFAST
8.30amPUSH OFF FROM HOTEL
9.00amARRIVAL AT KALLANG WATER SPORTS CENTRE
9.30amSPORTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

Young Fellows learn sign language and get acquainted with people with special needs, while getting immersed with the cultural experience of dragon boating. Towards the end of this session, there will be a deep conversation about communicating with less fortunate people.

12.45pmLEAVE TO FUSIONOPOLIS
1.15pmLUNCH AT GARENA
1.45pmLEARNING JOURNEY OF GARENA HQ

Young Fellows learn about how a small local startup grew into a regional/global brand, and the challenges they face in their journey to get there.

2.30pmLEAVE GARENA
3.00pmLEARNING JOURNEY OF BLK71

Young Fellows get a rare chance to visit BLK 71, an innovation startup ecosystem lauded by both US President Obama and Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

3.45pmHuddle at Blk 71

Young Fellows wrap up today’s learning at BLK 71.

4.30pmLEAVE TO HOTEL
5.00pmFRESHEN UP
6.45pmLEAVE FOR EXECUTIVE NIGHT
7.30pmEXECNIGHT: DINNER WITH CEOs

Get intimate with CEOs and business leaders and learn how they grow their businesses.

10.00pmLEAVE FOR THE HOTEL

HACKATHON: CO-CREATE
DAY FOUR - WEDNESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER 2016

TimeTitle
7.30amBREAKFAST
8.30amLEAVE FOR HACKATHON CHALLENGE
9.30amENTREPRENEURSHIP BOOTCAMP 2: FROM CUSTOMERS TO BUSINESS

Young Fellows go into a deep dive on prototyping, understanding customers, learning business strategies, and get exposed to various financing and funding methods to sustain their businesses.

1.00pmLUNCH & SITE REGISTRATION FOR HACKATHON
1.30pmRELAX
2.00pmHACKATHON CHALLENGE REVEALED AND TEAM FORMATION
2.30pmVILLAGEHACKS: LET THE HACKATHON BEGIN!!

Young Fellows will be exposed to various innovation challenges:
•Form teams to develop solutions tothechallenge of choice
•Pick up skills such as basic web design, rapid prototyping, and be exposed to woodworking, electronics and 3D printing
•Gain guidance from mentors and sector practitioners
•Network and connect with other young leaders to build

7.30pmBREAK & DINNER

HACKATHON: BUILD & SHARE
DAY FIVE - THURSDAY, 22 SEPTEMBER 2016

TimeTitle
7.30amBREAKFAST
8.30amMORNING STRETCH (Optional)
9.00amENTREPRENEURSHIP BOOTCAMP (3): COMPETITIVE PITCHING

Young Fellows will go into the last few hours of hacking their business ideas before the Hackathon ends in the final sprint.

2.30pmHACKATHON ENDS! PITCHING STARTS
3.30pmDEMO DAY

Young Fellows, together with local Singaporean hackers, get to pitch their business ideas in front of a panel of judges.

4.00pmFREE & EASY

COMMUNITY OUTREACH
DAY SIX - FRIDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2016

TimeTitle
7.30amBREAKFAST
8.30amPUSH OFF FROM HOTEL
9.00amVOLUNTEER AT WILLINGHEARTS
12.00pmLUNCH
12.45pmFRIDAY PRAYERS BREAK
2.30pmPIONEERING HUMANITY’S FUTURE WITH COMMUNITY LEADERS

As delegates consolidate their thoughts accumulated across the 7 days, they get close and personal with 3 community leaders who have engaged in humanitarian expeditions, scientific breakthroughs and character building.

4.00pmLEAVE TO HOTEL
4.30pmDEPART TO THINKTALK
5.00pmTHINKTALK + TECH TARIK WITH THE HON. TUN MUSA HITAM, CHAIRMAIN OF WIEF

Young Fellows and local Singaporean young leaders get a rare chance to interact and engage with The Hon. Tun Musa Hitam, Chairman of WIEF.

6.30pmLEAVE FOR CLOSING APPRECIATION BANQUET
7.00pmCLOSING APPRECIATION BANQUET

As the event comes to a close, the Chairman of WIEF Young Leaders Network (WYN), Ebrahim Patel, announces the Demo Day winners, and extends a heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to partners, delegates & beneficiaries involved on behalf of the WIEF Foundation.

9.30pmOFFICIAL END OF WIEF YOUNG FELLOWS SINGAPORE
10.00pmLEAVE TO HOTEL

REFLECTIONS
DAY SEVEN - SATURDAY, 24 SEPTEMBER 2016

TimeTitle
7.30amBREAKFAST
8.30amTRAVEL TO KAMPUNG KAMPUS
9.30amFINAL HUDDLE / FACILITATED REFLECTION

Young Fellows get one last memorable experience at the Kampung Kampus on the weekend, bustling with people and volunteers from the community. Through facilitated reflection, Young Fellows get to share what they learn, consolidate their thoughts and emotions, and express their aspirations for a better future.

12.30pmFAREWELL LUNCH

laihock

Lai Hock
Founder and ‘Kampung Chief’
Ground-Up Initiative (G.U.I.)

Lai Hock is the Founder and ‘Kampung Chief’ of the Ground-Up Initiative (G.U.I.). He has been rallying the power of community through its weekly Balik Kampung programme to grow GUI since 2008, starting from a tiny plot of land through the grace of a local farmer at Lim Chu Kang. Quickly outgrowing that, GUI moved to Yishun in April 2009 where it has collectively raised and grown its base, the Sustainable Living Kampung, from a mere 100sqm of space to over 1500sqm. This has enabled GUI to nurture a 21st Century Kampung Culture that connects many people to GUI’s vision of a 5G society – Gracious, Green, Giving, Grounded and Grateful. GUI will soon begin constructing the Kampung campus, a low carbon footprint campus, to serve a wider audience in Singapore as well as the region.

Many values and philosophies guide this vision. The African proverb: Go fast, go alone. Go far, go together, motivated Lai Hock to bring many kindred spirits to realise this vision together.

Before GUI, Lai Hock was 6 years a professional soldier and 11 years a highly successful regional corporate business and marketing man before leaving to backpack around the world for more than 4 years in the quest to discover something truly meaningful to do with his life.

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IT / Social Media Assistant, The Gambia Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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Head of Regional Operations for CharityRight.org.uk

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Ashraf IbrahimUnited Kingdom

Chief Executive Officer for Ashraf Ibrahim Ltd

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Ayah MekiUnited Kingdom

Middle East research analyst, Deutsche Bank Founder & CEO, Women’s Modest Workwear Brand

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Sara AbdelrahmanSudan

CEO & Founder of Samra for Sudanese Fashions

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Sarah B SmithUnited States of America

Co-Director, China Ghana Changemaker Program, AIC Education, Inc., China

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Tengku Ainifarihin Tengku AbdullahMalaysia

Public Relations, Integrated Marketing Communications, FELDA Investment Corporation, Malaysia

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Youssef AdlahGermany

Founder of i,Slam Founder and CEO of I-AM

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Amanina NasirMalaysia

Event Producer, Self Employed

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Sayed KhanUnited Kingdom

Strategy and Policy Advisor, Local Government – London Borough of Tower Hamlets

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Mohamed Abdalla MohamedElhassa AbdElazizSudan

Operational Manager for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Community Organization, Sudan

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Yoga Fadhil NurfajriIndonesia

Public Relation Coordinator of Buku Untuk Negeri (NGO)

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Bassirou NiangSenegal

Photographer, Give1project

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Sharifah Aishah AlmohdzarMalaysia

Founder & Baker, KiekLover.KL

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Amina KhanUnited States of America / Bangladesh

Urban Agriculture, Owens Community College Permaculture Design, Permaculture Research Institute Sunshine Coast Australia Maha Bali Permaculture Farm, Bali Feed, Sew and Strive- personal social enterprise project

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Rukayya DarulPhilippines

Editor-in-chief and Founder, Hijabi Mag

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CEO of Kitong Bisa Nonprofit Voluntary Advisor of Desk Papua, Ministry of Education and Cultural of Indonesia Project Engineer, BP Asia Pacific

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Mohammed Yaacob Abdullah HumayunIndia

Country Director, Craftsvilla Malaysia

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Senior Compliance Staff for Directorate General of Taxes – Ministry of Finance, Indonesia

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Deputy Assistant to the President’s Special Envoy on Climate Change

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Managing Director, Modern Learning Studio

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Director, Advantage Sustainable Consumption

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Fariha An-Nafee RashidCanada

Project Coordinator, launchgood.com (CrowdfundingStartup)

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Norashikin Binte NordineSingapore

Senior Youth Development Officer (SYDO) of Al-Khair Mosque & South West Mosque Cluster (SWMC), Singapore

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WIEF Young Fellows
Cordoba, 2015
Cordoba, Spain
08.00 - 17.00
16th – 22nd March 2015

WIEF Young Fellows 2015 (YF2015) entered the doors of Europe with its fourth edition in Cordoba on 16-22 March 2015. YF2015 hosted 26 participants from 20 countries, including countries such as The Bahamas  and  Northern  Ireland.  YF2015  was  organised  in  collaboration  with  Junta  Islámica, Escuela Halal and Instituto Halal of Cordoba.

One of the signature sessions of YF2015  – Dinner with CEOs – brought together WIEF’s International Advisory  Panel  members  comprising  heads  of  international  corporations  and  organisations  across the globe, to interact intimately with YF2015 participants over dinner.

F2015  emphasised  on  the  role  of  cutting  edge  marketing  strategies  to  promote  socio-business projects.  As  such,  participants  stayed  and  worked  in  a  Spanish  Farmhouse  in  Priego de Cordoba, where  they  learnt  the  commercial  operations  of  the  farm.  With  that  knowledge, participants  were divided  into  groups  to  compete  on  the  best  digital  viral  campaign  strategy  to  promote farmhouse products such as organic olive oil, eggs, bread and soap to the global audience.

YF2015  included  a  new IdeaPad  session,  where  each  participant  get  the  chance  to  pitch  their individual  business  project  to  fellow  participants  and  organisers,  and stand  a  chance  to  win  a  6-month  mentorship  with  global  business  leaders  and  opportunity  to  pitch  at  the  IdeaPad  session of the 11th WIEF, an annual global business forum in KL, that same year. The four winning projects were from Malaysia, USA, Morocco and Gambia.

WELCOME DESK
SUNDAY, 15 MARCH 2015

TimeTitle
WELCOME DESK & CHECK IN

Arrival of participants to the hotel. Collection of Information Kit and accommodation check-in

THE LEADER IN ME
DAY 1 - MONDAY, 16 MARCH 2015

TimeTitle
06.30AM - 07.30AMMORNING EXERCISE
07.30AM - 08.30AMICE-BREAKER BREAKFAST

A breakfast session for the Young Fellows to introduce themselves.

08.30AM - 09.30AMWELCOMING NOTE & SETTING THE STRUCTURE

Introducing the co-organisers WIEF Young Leaders Network and Escuela Halal. Setting the context and structure of the programme.

09.30AM - 10.30AMPUBLIC VS. PERSONAL PROFILE

A session that compares your public profile (the self that you want to portray to the public) and your personal profile (the self that carries your true values and wants).

10.30AM - 11.30AMPERSONALITY PROFILES

A session that explores the various personality types in this world and how we an work with them. This session emphasis teamwork skills and getting to know yourself.

11.30AM - 12.30PMLEADERSHIP AND TEAM DEVELOPMENT

Equipping a remarkable leader by breaking down and understanding functions. This looks at diffirentiating functions of a Leader vs. Manager.

12.30PM - 13.30PMAPPRECIATIVE INQUIRY

This session explores the power of questions and how to guide that into solving problems.

01.30PM - 02.30PMLUNCH
02.30PM - 03.30PMRESILIENT LEADERSHIP

This session is a simulation to demonstrate leadership in varying circumstances and in times of crises.

03.30PM - 04.30PMTHE WILL TO DO

Motivation for yourself and others. Be inspired and Be inspiring.

04.30PM - 05.30PMFACE-TO-FACE 1 CONVERSATION WITH A LEADER

A sharing circle with a successful local leader for what it takes to walk in the shoes of a leader. This personal insight shares both the failures and achievements of a leader.

05.30PM - 06.00PMGROUP PROCESSING

A recap on the day's sessions and learnings. This includes a Q&A session.

06.00PM - 08.00PMEVENING BREAK
08.00PMDINNER

UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS
DAY 2 - TUESDAY, 17 MARCH 2015

TimeTitle
06.00AM - 07.00AMBREAKFAST
07.30AM - 09.00AMROUNDTABLE: MERCACORDOBA
09.30AM - 10.30AMBUSINESS 1: PLANNING SUCCESS

Creating a clear road map for your work and life. This includes planning for the YF15 challenge and individual business plan.

10.30AM - 11.30AMBUSINESS 2: DECISION MAKING

Understanding the art of discerning and factors impacting results.

11.30AM - 12.00PMBREAK
12.00PM - 01.00PMBUSINESS 3: RISK MANAGEMENT

Recognising stages of decline and managing adversity.

01.00PM - 02.00PMBUSINESS 4: PRICING STRATEGIES

Understanding the market landscape and a look at competitor analysis.

02.00PM - 03.00PMLUNCH
03.00PM - 06.00PMBUSINESS 5: DIGITAL MARKETING & VIDEO

A look into Digital marketing concepts, strategies and relevance as a current marketing tool.

06.00PM - 06.30PMBREAK
06.30PM - 08.30PMROUNDTABLE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP

A discussion with three successful business owners & entrepreneurs in sharing key tools to plan and launch a business platform.

08.30PM - 09.30PMIDEA PAD 1

Crit session of four Fellows in presenting and pitching their business plan/project.

09.30PMDINNER & CHECK-OUT

AGRICULTURE ON SITE
DAY 3 - WEDNESDAY, 18 MARCH 2015

TimeTitle
07.30AM - 09.00AMBREKKIE TO GO & DEPART TO PRIEGO DE CORDOBA
09.00AM - 12.00PMCOUNTRY BREAKFAST

Country breakfast on the farm and an introduction to Agriculture market landscape.

12.00PM - 12.30PMDEPART TO PRIEGO VILLAGE
12.30PM - 02.00PMDISTRIBUTION & MARKETING

Introduction on the outward processes of the industry farm including marketing and distribution channels.

02.00PM - 02.15PMDEPART TO RESTAURANT LA MILANA LUNCH
02.15PM - 03.30PMLUNCH
03.30PM - 04.00PMDEPART AND CHECK IN TO FARM SCHOOL
04.00PM - 08.00PMI AM A FARMER

Fellow will become farmers for the day and get first-hand experience in production of goods. They will work in diferents groups.

08.00PM - 09.00PMIDEAPAD 2

Crit session of four Fellows in presenting and pitching their business plan/project.

09.00PMDINNER

AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE
DAY 4 - THURSDAY, 19 MARCH 2015

TimeTitle
07.00AM - 08.30AMBREAKFAST
08.30AM - 09.00AMCHECK-OUT & DEPART PRIEGO VILLAGE
09.00AM - 11.30PMGROUP PLANNING WORK

Group will spend the time to plan for the upcoming YF15 challenge which includes pricing, digital marketing, and market research. Group will spend time to process product and process information to plan for business planing. this includes digital marketing planning.

11.30PM - 12.00PMBREAK
12.00PM - 01.00PMROUNDTABLE WITH FARMERS

Sharing circle with successful, local Farmers and companies from diferents sectors in Priego.

01.00PM - 02.00PMIDEA PAD 3 & LUNCH

Crit session of four Fellows in presenting and pitching their business plan/project.

02.00PM - 03.30PMDEPART TO SANTA FE
03.30PM - 04.30PMSANTA FE VISIT
04.30PM - 05.00PMDEPART TO GRANADA & CHECK-IN HOTEL
05.00PM - 05.30PMDEPART TO LA CHUMBERA
05.30PM - 07.30PMCULTURAL EXCHANGE 1: MOCA CREATIVE EXPRESION

Arrive La Chumbera for a collaborative public workshop with the local creative artist collective. This session will be an interactive creative exchange and exploring the power of music as a tool for communication.

07.30PM - 09.00PMCULTURAL EXCHANGE 2: LOCAL DINING

Participants will get the chance to cook together with local chef of La Chumbera restaurant. This includes Arab-Andalusian performance celebration.

11.00PMDEPART TO HOTEL

THROWBACK - ANDALUCIA
DAY 5 - FRIDAY, 20 MARCH 2015

TimeTitle
07.00AM - 08.30AMBREAKFAST AT HOTEL
08.30AM - 12.00PMALHAMBRA & ALHAMBRA'S MUSEUM TOUR

Participants get to learn about Spain's Muslim past by exploring the famous Alhambra, the last bastion of Muslim Spain, the Albaycin.

12.00PM - 12.30PMCHECK-OUT
12.30PM - 02.00PMLITTLE OD TOWN'S TOUR

Participants get the chance to experience one of the oldest surviving towns since the days of Muslims Spain, the Albaycin.

02.00PM - 03.30PMLUNCH & BREAK
03.30PM - 04.30PMIDEA PAD 4

Crit session of four Fellows in presenting and pitching their business plan/project.

04.30PM - 07.00PMABC GRANADA TOUR & DINNER

A historical immerison of
a) Cathedral/Capilla Real
b) Parque de las Ciencias/Al-Andalus Pavillion
c) Banuelo/Hammam

07.00PMDEPART TO CÓRDORA
09.30PMARRIVE & CHECK-IN

AGRICULTURE, CRAFTWORK & BUSINESS
DAY 6 - SATURDAY, 21 MARCH 2015

TimeTitle
07.00AM - 08.00AMBREAKFAST
08.00AM - 09.00AMFINAL GROUP PLANNING BREAKFAST

Groups will spend the time to plan for the upcoming YF15 challenge which includes; pricing, digital marketing, and market research.

09.00AM - 02.00PMYF15 CHALLENGE

Fellows in their respective groups, will sell at the local market and execute a digital marketing campaign alongside the challenge. The challenge will include: finance management, logistics, set-up, sales, marketing, profit and team work.

02.00PM - 04.30PMBREAK
04.30PM - 05.30PMIDEAPAD 5

Crit session of four Fellows in presenting an pitching their business plan/project.

05.30PM - 07.00PMTHINK TALK

A community dialogue exchanging current thoughts and ideas with WIEF Young Leaders Network Chairman, Ebrahim Patel.

07.00PM - 08.00PMEVENING BREAK
08.00PMDINNER & CONVERSATION WITH CEOs

A networking evening and gaining insights from industry leaders.

FAREWELL EXCHANGE: HUMANITY AND HOPE
DAY 7 - SUNDAY, 22 MARCH 2015

TimeTitle
8.00AM - 9.00AMBREAKFAST AT HOTEL
9.00AM - 10.00AMPRESENTATION: YF15 CHALLENGE

15 mins. group presentation on business planning, digital marketing strategy and outcomes, profit loss or gain.

10.00AM - 12.30PMCORDOBA COMMUNITY WALK
12.30PM - 01.00PMBREAK
01.00PM - 02.30PMOFFICIAL LUNCH & AWARD

Presentation of YF15 graduates certification and announcement of winning team YF15 Challenge by WIEF Chairman, Tun Musa Hitam.

2.30PM - 03.30PMCLOSING SESSION

A group sharing session of Fellows feedbacks, learnings, expectations, agreements and promises.

04.00PM - 07.00PMMEDINA AZAHARA VISIT*
08.00PM - 9.30PMFORUM CINEMA - FCAT*

Festival de Cine Africano
Optional*

farid-othman-bentria-ramos

Farid Othman-Bentria Ramos

Director
International Foundation of Human Rights, Spain

Farid is a Poet and Social Activist. He is Director at the International Foundation of Human Rights and Federal Coordinator of MEDINA Group (Arab-Amazigh) of the Spanish Socialist Worker’s Party (PSOE). He is affiliated with numerous other organisations in Spain such as Carmen Cerdeira Association, Euro-Mediterranean Observatory of Democracy and Public Space from URJC (King Juan Carlos University, Madrid) and Ateneo de Madrid.

Farid is a Consultant of Arts and Culture. He uses arts as a tool to bridge the gap between societies, eliminate stereotypes and strengthen common values.

 

Author of several books and an anthology of poetry, Farid is a researcher and visiting professor at theEuro-Mediterranean University Institute. He holds a Degree in Political Science and Sociology at the University of Granada, Granada (Spain).

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Abdul Aziz BurievUzbekistan

Candidate of Masters in Islamic Finance, INCEIF (International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance), Malaysia

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Ainnatul AdawiyahMalaysia

Owner and Founder of Rephytomed, Malaysia

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Ali DjedidFrance

Manager, Assila, Paris

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Andre KellyBahamas

Executive Deputy Director,
Generation H.O.P.E Bahamas

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Angela ThakurIndia

Senior Strategic Planner,
Y&R Philippines Inc., Philippines

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Bilal HassamUnited Kingdom

Creative Director, Production Executive & Presenter,
British Muslim TV, United Kingdom

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Jummana Ghassan Al-KahloutPalestine

Marketing Executive, Al Jazeera Media Network, Qatar

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Bermet KamchybekKyrgyzstan

Global Maybank Apprentice, Maybank Berhad, Malaysia

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Emma McIlveenNorthern Ireland

Programme Manager,
Centre for Democracy and Peace Building,
Northern Ireland

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Khadija HamouchiBelgium/ Morocco

Director of Educational Affairs, Al-Hasania Women’s Centre, United Kingdom

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Ibrahim JuneidiPalestine

Manager, Public Relations and Events,
Alsharq Forum (Malaysia Office)

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Imteaz AhamedAustralia

eCommerce Manager,
Reckitt Benckiser PLC, Australia,

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Javier BarralesSpain

Chief Executive Officer,
YBarrales Hairdressing Salon, Spain

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Jina ParkSouth Korea

Communication Specialist, UN Women, Uzbekistan

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Kebba-Omar JagneGambia

Sustainable Development Consultant, Media and Development
Association for Dakar, Senegal

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Lala Lahiyatul UyunIndonesia

English teacher, Modern Institute of Daarul ‘Uluum Lido, Indonesia

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Lamisse HamoudaAustralia/Egypt

International Development Coordinator, Shakti Inc., Australia

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Fauzi YusoffMalaysia

Director, Curator, EFOZY, VGAV, Malaysia

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Mehdi NassihMorocco

Global Shaper, World Economic Forum

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Khalid Osman Mahgoub AhmedSudan

Founder and Chairman at Diamond for Art and Technical Design, and Director of Foreign Affairs in Ethmar Forum for Intellectual Dialogue, Sudan

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Ryan HilliardUSA

Chief Editor and Curator, FloodPlains, USA

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Timothy Shaman AchariamMalaysia

Journalist, The Sun Daily, Malaysia

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Thao VuVietnam

Founder & Director, Mina Education Services Co. Ltd., Vietnam

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Pervaz HiremBelgium

Project Manager, IBM, Belgium

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Ihsan Escudero TobyUSA

Representative, Ihsan Razzaq Jewellery, Spain

WIEF Young Fellows
Manila, 2014
Manila, The Philippines
08.00 - 17.00
18th – 24th June 2014

WIEF  Young  Fellows 2014  (YF2014)  was  held  in  Manila,  the  Philippines  on  18-24  June  2014.  The programme was organised in collaboration with the Young Moro Professional Network (YMPN) and supported  by  the  Regional  Government  of  the  Autonomous  Region  in  Muslim  Mindanao  (ARMM) and the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF).

YF2014  hosted  24  participants  from  16  countries.  YF2014  sessions  covered the  fundamentals  of running a business and the different values of leadership.

The  special  feature  of  YF2014  was  an  emphasis  on  social  enterprise  and  using  crucial  business fundamentals  to  promote  socially-driven  products.  Participants  visited  one  of  the  most  successful social  enterprise  projects  in  the  world,  Gawad  Kalinga,  and  sold  their  products  as part  of  a competition at a high-traffic marketplace in downtown Manila.

YF2014 also featured a visit to the Maharlika Elementary School in Manila, where  participants get a chance  to  inspire  poor  students  in  a  2-hour  session  during  school  hours  comprising  a  variety  of games and talks to instil hope and confidence in this next generation of young Filipinos. YF2014 also visited the Virlanie Foundation Orphanage, where they spent time with orphaned children.

THE LEADER IN YOU: DAY 1 -WEDNESDAY, 18 JUNE 2014

TimeTitle
06:30AM - 07:30AMMORNING EXERCISE
08:00AM - 08:30AMREGISTRATION
08:30AM - 09:00AMWELCOMING NOTE
09:00AM - 10:30AMINTRODUCTION & ICEBREAKER
10:30AM - 11:30AMCREATING THE GAME & SETTING THE AGREEMENTS
11:30AM - 12:00PMLEADERSHIP AT YOUR BEST: Understanding Your "Why"

An introduction to leadership development personally and within a community.

12:00PM - 01 :30PMLUNCH
01 :30PM - 02:00PMGROUP SHARING
02:00PM - 04:00PMFOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP: Living a Life of Integrity

To empower participants with a new sense of responsibility, self-expression and leadership.

04:00PM - 05:00PMCLOSING CIRCLE & GROUP PROCESSING
05:30PM - 07:00PMEVENING BREAK
07:00PM OnwardsDINNER with Film

UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS: DAY 2 - THURSDAY, 19 JUNE 2014

TimeTitle
06:30AM - 07:30AMMORNING EXERCISE
08:30AM - 09:30AMBREAKFAST & RECAP OF YESTERDAY
09:30AM - 10:45AMUNDERSTANDING BUSINESS: THE THREE LAWS OF PERFORMANCE

Creating the space for a breakthrough in performance.

10:40AM - 12:00AMIDEATION THROUGH BUSINESS MODEL CANVASSING: THE SPINNOVATION CANVAS

To use design process thinking to create a tangible expression of leadership.

12:00AM - 12:30PMLUNCH WITH YOUR GROUP
12:30PM - 02:30PMLEARNING TO SELL: PITCH TRAINING

Articulating projects/advocacies clearly and effectively.

02:30PM - 03:30PMMARKET RESEARCH

Giving a critical perspective on market research and positioning.

03:30PM - 04:30PMPRICING STRATEGIES

Analyzing pricing strategies.

04:30PM - 05:30PMUNDERSTANDING MARKET LANDSCAPES

Understanding market landscapes and "competition."

05:30PM - 07:30PMEVENING BREAK
07:30PM OnwardsDINNER WITH CEOs & CHANGE-MAKERS

WORKING IN A GROUP: DAY 3 - FRIDAY, 20 JUNE 2014

TimeTitle
08:00AM - 09:90AMCREATIVE SESSION 1

ECAMAR Capoeira - Arts and culture as a tool for self discovery, social change and unity.

09:00AM - I0:00AMCREATIVE SESSION 2

Planet Zips - Arts and culture as a tool for self discovery, social change and unity.

10:00AM - 11:00PMBREAK/LUNCH
11:00PM - 04:00PMTRAVEL TO MALACANANG*

Courtesy Call to the President of the Republic
of the Philippines.

04:00PM - 04:30PMPREPARATION FOR TEACHING

Groups create teaching and motivational programme for Maharlika High
School visit on Day 6.

BREAK
04:30PM - 07:00PMOFFICIAL RECEPTION & DINNER
07:OOPM OnwardsHosted by WIEF Foundation and ARMM (Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao).

BUSINESS ON SITE: DAY 4 - SATURDAY, 21 JUNE 2014

TimeTitle
06:00AM - 08:00AMTRAVEL TO GAWAD KALINGA ENCHANTED FARM
08:30AM - I0:00AMBREAKFAST & WELCOMING
10:00AM - 12:00PMENTERPRISE TOUR/ IMMERSION

Full exposure of various enterprises supported by Gawad Kalinga.

12:00PM - 02:30PMLUNCH ON THE BUS & GROUP PROCESSING BREAK
02:30PM - 03:30PMBREAK
03:30PM - 04:45PMBRAINSTORMING
05:30PM - 07:00PMTHINK TALK

A community dialogue session with WIEF chairman, Tun Musa Hitam.

07:00PM - 08:30PMDINNER & BRAINSTORMING
08:30PM OnwardsSELLING CHALLENGE

Groups compete on pricing and pitching strategies for the highest profit margin.

BUSINESS IN ACTION: DAY 5 - SUNDAY, 22 JUNE 2014

TimeTitle
06:30AM - 07:30AMMORNING EXERCISE
FREE TIME
07:00PM OnwardsDINNER + BBQ GAME NIGHT (UPSTART MODULE)

Group processing and recap of selling challenge.

HUMANITY & HOPE: DAY 6 - MONDAY, 23 JUNE 2014

TimeTitle
07:00AM - 08:00AMBREAKFAST
08:00AM - 09:30AMORPHANAGE VISIT

Groups visits the Virlanie home and create a performance for the children, including games distributed with snacks.

09:30AM - 10:00AMTRAVEL TO MANILA
10:OOAM - 12:30PMTEACH FOR MANILA

Groups visits Maharlika High School and assigned to different classes of the same age group.

12:30AM - 02:00PMLUNCH & TRAVEL BACK TO AIM
02:00PM - 03:00PMCLOSING SESSION & AWARDING
03:00PM OnwardsFREE TIME

A GREEN FAREWELL: DAY 7 - TUESDAY, 24 JUNE 2014

TimeTitle
07:15AM - 08:00AMLEAVE FOR SAN JUAN
08:00AM - 12:00PMSAN JUAN CITY SOAK UP

An exposure of people, food, culture and sites.

12:00PM - 01:00PMCOURTESY CALL TO SAN JUAN CITY MAYOR & LUNCH

Lunch hosted at the Mayor of San Juan residence followed by an exposure of government initiatives in sustainability.

01 :00PM - 02:00PMVISIT THE KATIPUNAN MUSEUM

Visiting the historical site for the beginning of the Philippine Revolution.

02:00PM OnwardsFREE TIME

richard-d-cal-dacalos

Richard “D-cal” Dacalos

Educator, Entrepreneur and Coach, Philippines

Richard “D-cal” Dacalos is an educator, entrepreneur and coach. He has served as a coach and mentor for the World Islamic Economic Forum’s Young Fellows Program,

D-cal is also the creator and co-founder of the educational board game, Upstart. Upstart allows players to experience the ups and downs of business without the risk. Upstart will launch internationally in October through Kickstarter with a North American tour.

He is also the founder of the Social Play and Innovation Network (SPIN). SPIN brings together professionals from different disciplines to solve social problems through business. Through SPIN and its programs, he has empowered underserved youth in areas like leadership, communication, project management and entrepreneurship.

Through SPIN, he also created and co-organized “The Collaborative Carnival” – Southeast Asia’s First Collaboration Festival – an initiative that brought 300 changemakers and entrepreneurs from around the world to co-create and collaborate for a better future. Entrepreneur Philippines called it “a definitive twist to collaboration”.

D-cal is the current curator of the Global Shapers Community – Manila (the youth community of the World Economic Forum) and is also a mentor and advisor for Kaya Collaborative, a non-profit that runs programs and fellowships that inspire, educate, and mobilize diaspora youth as partners to long-term, locally led social change in the Philippines.

He is also a module developer, writer, certified green building consultant and martial arts teacher.

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Natavan SadygovaRussia

Master of Economics

Advanced staff of  ACR, Ernst & Young CIS B.V, Moscow

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Mohammad Ashraful MobinBangladesh

Master Student in Islamic Finance at INCEIF, Malaysia

Master representative, INCEIF SRC

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Mansoura BarkindoCameroon

B.Sc. in Business Administration

Accounts and Finance Intern, WIEF Foundation

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Arif SetiawanIndonesia

Bachelor Degree in Materials Science and Engineering

Chief Operating Officer, PT. Idvestasi Ciptareka

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Fahad Raad HameedIraq

Bachelor degree in computer Engineering

HR associate trainee at Shell Oil company SIPD

 

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Temirshina AinuraKazakhstan

Bachelor of  Public Administration

Marketing manager, ESS support services LTD Compass group

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Muhammad Farhan Nasri Bin HamdanMalaysia

Final Year BBA Student in International Business at MMU

Deputy President of (SRC) at MMU

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Lim May LeeMalaysia

Journalist, The Star, Malaysia

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Abdul Karim SacranieUnited Kingdom

Bachelor in Business Management with Finance, BPP Business School

Sales Ambassador, Thomson Reuters, Armani Exchange, Global Properties Ltd, Proctor & Gamble Prestige.

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Khalilat Kikelomo OlujobiNIgeria

Master Student in Islamic Finance at INCEIF, Malaysia

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Ma. Lorena Patricia M. FloresPhillipines

Bachelor in Landscape Architecture

Co-Founder, Consulting Partner Social Play and Innovation Network (SPIN), Manila

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Anna Tajminah S. BasmanPhilippines

PhD student in Clinical Psychology, University of the Philippines Diliman;

Board Member, Taha M. Basman Memorial Islamic Foundation (TMBMIF)

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Farahnaz Ali GhodsiniaPhilippines

Juris Doctor in the University of the Philippines (1st Year law student)

President of the National Youth Parliament of the Philippines

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Hazel J. UrminitaPhilippines

Bachelor in Broadcast Communication

Program Officer at Philippine Center for Civic Education and Democracy

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Zabra Yu SiwaPhilippines

Master in Development Management

Mindanao and Human Rights Officer, British Embassy Manila

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Muhamad Firdaus Bin HamzahSingapore

Bachelor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Nanyang Technological University

Community Relations Executive, 3P Networks

Department, Public Utilities Board

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Nazeer Riaz JamalSouth Africa

BSc (Honours) in Geography, Economics and Environmental Management

Environmental Management Inspector , KZN Department of Economic Development and Environmental Affairs and Tourism

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Raeesa BayatSouth Africa

Bachelor of Business Science Honours (Finance)

Credit Analyst, Albaraka Bank

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Fatih SarıkahyaTurkey

Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration

Investments Associate, Khazanah Turkey Regional Office

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Maitha Shehab Sulaiman Lutfi KhanjiUEA

B.Sc. Degree in Computer Science

Master’s Candidate

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Mohammed S. LangstonUSA

Bachelor’s Candidate of Anthropology & Pre-Medicine

Website Designer for various Musical and Creative Artists

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Adonis L. WagnerUSA

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Media Arts and Animation

Youth Council Member, Inner City Muslim Action Network

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Skhumbuzo MwanzaZambia

Master Student in Islamic Finance at INCEIF, Malaysia

President & Founder of  INCEIF Entrepreneurship & Training Club

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Siti Sophia Mohammed Abdul HalimMalaysia

Writer, The Edge, Malaysia

WIEF Young Fellows
Durban, 2013
Durban, South Africa
08.00 - 17.00
12th – 18th May 2013

WIEF Young Fellows 2013 (YF2013) was held in Durban, South Africa on 12- 18 May 2013.  Hosted by Magellan Investment Management, YF2013 was a holistic leadership development programme with a special feature on environmental conservation.

The WIEF Young Fellows 2013 was honored by local dignitaries such as the KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Economic Development and Tourism, the Honorable Michael Mabuyakhulu and the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal, the Honorable Zweli Mkhize.

YF2013 brought together 28 young passionate change-makers representing 18 countries comprising top graduates, social entrepreneurs, young CEOs, junior professionals, artists, community organizers, researchers, and PhD students.

YF2013 hosted a series of interesting sessions revolving around environmental conservation through a gamified approach and a business pitching competition in front of a panel of business leaders from South  Africa.  The  winners  of  the  pitching  competition  comprised  participants  from  South  Africa, Malaysia, Russia, Tanzania, Canada, Pakistan and India, presenting their Healthy Cookies project.

DAY 1 (SUNDAY, 12 MAY 2013) : WHO ARE YOU?

TimeTitle
06:30AM – 07:30AMOPTIONAL MORNING EXERCISE
09.00am – 10.00amWelcome and Introduction Se
10.00am – 11.00amGetting to Know Yourself (Vani Moodley)

An interactive session on identity, culture, and self analysis

11.00am – 12.00pmLeadership at Your Best (Vani Moodley)

An introduction to leadership development with specific tools, skill sets,
and leadership styles

12.00pm – 01.00pmLUNCH & BREAK
01.00pm – 02.00pmWorking with Others (Vani Moodley)

Experiential learning on team building, shared visions, and servant leadership

02.00pm – 03.00pmArts & Media for Cross Cultural Communication (Asad jafri)

Art, culture, and media as tools to mutual understanding and bridge building

03:00pm – 03:30pmBREAK TO HEAD TO BEACH
03.30pm – 04.30pmCreative Session (Asad Jafri)

Groups learn to use art and culture to communicate their story and work on creating
a creative presentation that shares their identity with the group

04.30pm – 05.00pmCLOSING CIRCLE
05.00pm – 06.00pmEVENING BREAK
06.00pm – 08.00pmFilm Screening

We set-up a screening at a local café with a topical film with a message

08.00pm – 09.00pmDINNER

DAY 2 (MONDAY, 13 MAY 2013) : BEING SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE

TimeTitle
06:30am – 07:30amOptional Morning Exercise
09.00am – 09.20amLarge Group Activity : Power of One

Interactive exercise on how the impact each of us can make on the world around us

09.20am – 10.30amHumanising Prosperity: the Idea of Social Enterprise (DAX BARKER)

A talk about social responsibility and using business to
create change

10.30am – 12:00pmIncreasing Productivity through Innovative Tools
12.00pm – 01.00pmLUNCH & BREAK
01.00pm – 02.00pmThe Dreamer (Vani Moodley)

Introduction to the the Dreamer personality and the role it plays in a project or idea
(done through experiential learning)

02.00pm – 03.30pmCreative Session (Asad Jafri)

Groups learn to use art and culture to communicate their story and work on creating
a creative presentation that shares their identity with the group

03.30pm – 03.45pmBREAK & REFRESHMENT
03.45pm – 04.45pmCreative Presentation

Groups present their work with short feedback from other groups

04.45pm – 05.15pmCLOSING CIRCLE
05.15pm – 06.30pmEVENING BREAK
06.30pm – 07.30pmDINNER
08.00pm – 10.00pmTHINKTALK BY TUN MUSA HITAM

WIEF’s presentation and discussion series held at a gallery or café in Durban and open to public participation

DAY 3 (TUESDAY, 14 MAY 2013) : REALISING YOUR IDEAS

TimeTitle
06:30am – 07:30amOptional Morning Exercise
09.00am – 09.10amLarge Group Activity
09.10am – 11.00amVision and Concept (Atul Padulkar)

Learning how you establish your idea or vision into something concrete
and tangible?

11.00am – 12.00pmExecuting your Plan (Atul padulkar)

Learning how to manage your project once it starts

12.00pm – 01.00pmLUNCH & BREAK
01.00pm – 03.00pmSustaining your Project (Atul Padulkar)

Learning how to work and plan for the long term

03.00pm – 03.15pmBREAK & REFRESHMENTS
03.15pm – 04.45pmLeadership in Action

Bringing diverse perspectives on leadership together in an interactive workshop

04.45pm – 05.15pmCLOSING CIRCLE
05.15pm – 07.00pmEVENING BREAK
07.30pm – 09.30pmofficial reception and dinner

Hosted by Tun Musa Hitam, Chairman, WIEF Foundation and
Ebrahim Patel, Chairman, WIEF Young Leaders Network

DAY 4 (WEDNESDAY, 15 MAY 2013) : GREEN DAY!

TimeTitle
06:30am – 07:30amOptional Morning Exercise
08.00am – 01.00pmSustainability Scavenger Hunt

A city-wide scavenger hunt in which each group explores Durban looking for
examples of sustainable efforts, green business, and the people and products
associated with them.

01:00pm – 02.00pmLUNCH & BREAK
02:00pm – 03:30pmBREAK / FREE TIME
03:30pm – 04:30pmThe Realist (Vani Moodley)

Introduction to the Realist personality and the role it plays in a project or idea

04:30pm – 05.00pmCLOSING CIRCLE
05.00pm – 07.00pmEVENING BREAK
07.00pm – 09.00pmConversation with a CEO over dinner

DAY 5 (THURSDAY, 16 MAY 2013) : MONEY MATTERS

TimeTitle
06:30am – 07:30amOPTIONAL MORNING EXERCISE
09.00am – 09.10amLarge Group Activity
09.10am – 10.00amHow to Get Funding (Carol Coetze)

Direct and specific tools, methods, and resources for funding businesses
(including NGOs, social enterprise etc).

10.00am – 11.00amThe Critic (Vani Moodley)

Introduction to the Critic personality and the role it plays in a project or idea

11.00am – 12.00pmProsperity through Giving (Hoosen Essof)

Presentation/Discussion on the value of giving and charity on an individual and
business level

12.00pm – 01.00pmLunch & Break
01:00pm – 04:00pmMasterclass: Meet the CEO

A field trip to meet a successful CEO for a thought-provoking discussion

04:00pm – 04:30pmClosing Circle
04:30pm – 08:00pmWork On Group Project
08.00pm – 09.00pmDinner

DAY 6 (FRIDAY, 17 MAY 2013) : GROUP PROJECTS

TimeTitle
06:30am – 07:30amOPTIONAL MORNING EXERCISE
09.00am – 09.10amLarge Group Activity
09.10am – 10.00amPitch and Copywrite (Dr Thomas Oosthuize)

How to ‘sell’ your idea or project verbally and in writing

09.10am – 12.00pmGuided Workgroup
12.00pm – 02.00pmFriday Prayers, Lunch & Break
02.00pm – 04.00pmPrepare for Group Presentations
04:00pm – 06:00pmFinal Group Presentations
07:00pm – 10:00pmDinner and Closing Ceremony

Day 7 (Saturday, 18 May 2013) : CLOSING

TimeTitle
06:30am – 07:30amOptional Morning Exercise
10.00am – 11:00amClosing Activity
11.00am – 01:00pmBrunch

vani-moodley-yf2013

Vani Moodley
Chief Executive
Vani Moodley & Associates
South Africa

Vani Moodley is the Chief Executive at Vani Moodley & Associates, a global enterprise and leadership training and development company, and has twenty four years of experience in the SME, Leadership and Management development sectors. She has held national leadership positions in various institutions including her current role as Vice President of the Durban Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI), Deputy Chairman of the DCCI Foundation, Chairman of the DCCI Women in Business Forum, a member of the UKZN Extended Learning Advisory Board, a member of the provincial advisory board of Shanduka Black Umbrellas, a business incubator and Chairman of the Businesswomen’s Association in Durban and on the national board of the organisation from December 2004 to April 2009.

She is an accredited CEFE International trainer of entrepreneurs and trainers and is currently completing her Masters Degree in Public and Development Management at the University of Witwatersrand.  She has travelled and worked in 26 different countries and three islands in the world and has provided services to clients such as the GTZ (now GIZ), The International Labour Organisation, The World Islamic Economic Forum and The World Bank International Finance Corporation.

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Omar AbdullahiCanada

Final year undergraduate, Faculty of Political Science, Concordia University, Montreal

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Ausma MalikCanada

Bachelors of International Relations, Political Science, & History, University of Toronto

Board Member of Toronto Environmental Alliance

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Maram Adel Aly Mohamed ElmalahEgypt

Final year undergraduate at the faculty of Language & Linguistics, University of Malaya, Malaysia.

Owner of  Islamic t-shirt business

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Manshyk Oryngali BoranbekkyzyKazakhstan

BA in Broadcasting & Journalism, Limkokwing Univesity, Malaysia

BA in Ecology, Kazakh National University

Marketing Executive for Central Asian Countries, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology

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Arina Amalina Md LatifMalaysia

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International Business School, London

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WIEF Young Fellows
Kuala Lumpur, 2012
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
0800 - 1700
9th – 14th Sept 2012

WIEF  Young  Fellows  2012  (YF2012)  took  place  on  9-14  September  2012 at  the  Grand  Continental Hotel,  Kuala  Lumpur. YF2012  was  a  week-long  leadership  empowerment  programme  on  a  holistic leadership  concept  covering  everything  from  finance,  business  management,  social  enterprise, sustainability, community living and philanthropy.

YF2012  was  attended  by  23  young  change-makers  from  13  different  countries all  over  the  world, ranging from graduates, young entrepreneurs, junior professionals, young CEOs, community leaders, young  creative   artists   and  NGO  workers.  The   Programme  incorporated  inputs   on leadership concepts,  but  also  group  project  presentations  to  enable  participants  to  apply  immediately  what they have learnt.

The  group  project  winner,  comprising  of  five  young  change-makers  from  five  different  countries, won around USD6500 as initial seed fund to jumpstart their project on crowd funding.

Day 0 – Saturday, 8 September 2012

TimeTitle
8.00am - 10.00pm:Arrival and Registration of Programme Participants

Day 1 – Sunday, 9 September 2012

TimeTitle
9.00am - 9.45amBriefing by Programme Director& Ice Breaker Session

Description:
The programme will open with a briefing session by the Programme Director who will explain the Young Fellows Programme in detail, as mentioned in the Programme Workbook received by the participants earlier. Participants will introduce themselves in an ice-breaker session. Participants would already
be divided into 3 groups after submitting their personality questionnaires before the Programme.

9.45am -10.00amBreak & Refreshments
10.00am - 11.15amLeadership Tools 1: Getting to Know Yourself

Description:
This will be the second session of the leadership series focusing
on personality traits. In this session, participants will discover
their true personality and of others, and also learn the
importance of networking and synergy.
Expected Outcomes:
Getting to know yourself, your strengths and weaknesses, and
how to get the most out of it.

12.30pm - 2.00pmLunch & Break
2.00pm - 3.15pmLeadership Tools 3: Appreciative Inquiry

Description:
This will be the third session of the leadership series focusing on
appreciative inquiry. In this session, participants will learn to be
a listening leader, and accommodate other people’s objectives
and wants in relation to yours. And also to learn there are
multiple realities working towards a common goal.
Expected Outcomes:
Empathy. Listening and Understanding Skills. Openness.
Compromise.

3.15pm - 4.45pmLeadership Tools 4: Rackets

Description:
This will be the fourth session of the leadership series focusing
on personal rackets. In this session, participants will learn to be
aware of their own principles and the real actions that they take
on a daily basis. It trains participants to “walk the talk” in
whatever they do and be conscious of their everyday
transactions with people and society.
Expected Outcomes:
Self-evaluation. Realigning your actions to your ideals.

4.45pm - 5.00pmBreak & Refreshments
5.00pm - 6.15pmLeadership Tools 5: Breakthrough Initiative

Description:
This will be the fifth session of the leadership series focusing on
leadership from within. In this session, participants will learn to
articulate their personal goals and objectives, and select an
accountability partner to ensure those goals are being monitored
and achieved outside of the programme.
Expected Outcome:
Persistence. Focus. Accountability. Realising dreams

6.15pm - 8.30pmEvening Break
8.30pm - 9.30pmDinner & Debriefing Session

Description:
This is a relaxed dress-down dinner and debriefing session
where participants are able to recap the activities during the day
and their take on each of the sessions.

Day 2 – Monday, 10 September 2012

TimeTitle
9.00am - 10.45amWorkgroup Prelude

Session Lead:
(The appointed Programme Director who will be with
participants throughout the course of the Programme)
Description:
This is the prelude to workgroup sessions which will be the
overarching format for most of the programme sessions. This
session entails participants to be divided into 3 groups in which
participants will be working together in their respective groups
throughout the programme.
Expected Outcomes:
Team work. Creativity. Communication. Cooperation.

10.45am - 11.00amBreak & Refreshments
11.00am - 12.30pmLeadership Starter Kit:“Start Making Cents”

Description:
This is the first workgroup session which entails a seminar and
discussion roundtables on leadership and management skills,
and requires each group to work out an outcome at the end of the
session.
Expected Outcome:
Project planning and management. Financial management.
Communication.

12.30pm - 2.00pmLunch & Break
2.00pm - 4.15pmLeadership Starter Kit:“Start Making Cents”

Description:
This is the first workgroup session which entails a seminar and
discussion roundtables on leadership and management skills,
and requires each group to work out an outcome at the end of the
session.
Expected Outcome:
Project planning and management. Financial management.
Communication.

6.00pm - 8.30pmEvening Break
8.30pm - 9.30pmDinner & Debriefing Session

Description:
This is a relaxed dress-down dinner and debriefing session
where participants are able to recap the activities during the day
and their take on each of the sessions.

Day 3 – Tuesday, 11 September 2012

TimeTitle
9.00am -10.00amMasterclass: Entrepreneurship from the Bottom

Description:
This is a Masterclass seminar that gives the opportunity for
would-be entrepreneurs and other young leaders to have an
intimate session with a successful entrepreneur, with a free flow
of questions and answers. After a short briefing by the speakers
and a series of general questions, the participants can be divided
into 2 groups with each entrepreneur taking on one group for an
intense dialogue with both.
Expected outcome:
Listening and Understanding skills.Analytical thinking.

10.00am - 10.45amWorkgroup Session 1

Session Lead:
(The appointed Programme Director who will be with
participants throughout the course of the Programme)
Description:
The workgroup sessions are the overarching format for most of
the programme sessions. This session entails participants to be
divided into 3 groups in which participants will be working
together in their respective groups throughout the programme.
Expected Outcomes:
Team work. Creativity. Communication. Cooperation.

10.45am - 11.00amBreak & Refreshment
11.00am - 12.30pmWorkshop: The Millionaire Club

Description:
This special workshop is focused on imparting entrepreneurial
skills to participants, especially addressing the needs of would-be
entrepreneurs with a strong interest in starting a business. It
involves training sessions on business management, marketing,
financial and small business resource issues. The main objective
of this workshop is to get each group to start conceptualising a
business project to work on, which would be presented on the
last day of the Programme.
Expected outcome:
Business management. Marketing. Small business resource
issues.

12.30pm - 2.00pmLunch & Break
2.00pm - 4.00pmIdea Pad: Leadership in Inches

Description:
This is a special 2 hour session where participants get to watch
an inspiring leadership movie, immediately followed by a
discussion on leadership based on the movie.
Expected outcome:
Analytical thinking. Communication. Openness.

4.00pm - 4.15pmBreak & Refreshments
4.15pm - 5.30pmIdea Pad: Humanising Prosperity – the Idea of Social Enterprise

Description:
This is a thought session on the idea of social entrepreneurship
and how business can serve both the purposes of profit and help
alleviate much of the problems in society.
Expected outcome:
Entrepreneurship. Social awareness. Creativity

5.30pm - 7.30pmExcursion: Social Enterprise Visit

Description:
After the theoretical introduction to the social enterprise, this
session will be an opportunity for young change-makers to meet
a Social Entrepreneur in KL city and see how the concept is
being put to practice.
Expected outcome:
Entrepreneurship. Social awareness. Creativity.

7.30pm - 8.30pmEvening Break
8.30pm - 9.30pmDinner & Debriefing Session

Description:
This is a relaxed dress-down dinner and debriefing session
where participants are able to recap the activities during the day
and their take on each of the sessions.

Day 4 – Wednesday, 12 September 2012

TimeTitle
9.00am - 11.15amLeadership Simulation: Different Angles of Leadership

Description:
This is a 2 hour session where participants get to simulate
leadership challenges and responsibilities through responding to
a given set of planned scenarios. Each workgroup will assume
leadership positions in 4 different sectors – government,
business sector, civil society and the youth, in order to allow
them to formulate leadership responses from various
standpoints. The objective of this session is to inculcate
multilateral thinking amongst participants and train them to find
solutions with different target groups in mind.
Expected outcome:
Analytical thinking. Openness. Communication.

11.15am - 11.30amBreak & Refreshment
11.30am - 12.30pmWorkgroup Session 2

Session Lead:
(The appointed Programme Director who will be with
participants throughout the course of the Programme)
Description:
The workgroup sessions are the overarching format for most of
the programme sessions. This session entails participants to be
divided into 3 groups in which participants will be working
together in their respective groups throughout the programme.
Expected outcome:
Team work. Creativity. Communication. Cooperation.

12.30pm - 2.00pmLunch & Break
2.00pm - 3.45pmWorkshop: ‘Pitch and Copywrite’

Description:
This is a special 2 hour session where participants learn how to
communicate messages effectively to various target groups. The
session entails participants working in their respective
workgroups to come up with the best and most convincing
message to the general public.
Expected outcome:
Team work. Creativity. Communication.

3.45pm - 4.00pmBreak & Refreshments
4.00pm - 6.00pmMasterclass: Meet the CEO

Description:
This is an informative session with one of the prominent CEOs in
Malaysia who will impart knowledge about management
challenges, staff management, team work dynamics and many
other relevant matters.
Expected outcome:
Business theory. Business planning and management. Creativity.
Entrepreneurship.

6.00pm - 8.30pmSports & Evening Break
8.30pm - 9.30pmDinner & Debriefing Session

Description:
This is a relaxed dress-down dinner and debriefing session
where participants are able to recap the activities during the day
and their take on each of the sessions.

Day 5 – Thursday, 13 September 2012

TimeTitle
4.30am - 8.00amExcursion: Sustainability Walk

Description:
Taking learning out of the classroom, this session will be
conducted along a nature trail, where focus would be on
environmental awareness and sustainability and ways to do
business in an environmentally-responsible way, essential skill
for change-makers in a resource-challenged world.
Expected outcome:
Environmental and social awareness. Analytical thinking.

8.00am – 10.00amRest
10.00am - 10.45amWorkshop: Change and the Power of Social Media

Description:
This is a light seminar to bring forth the interest amongst the
young generation to utilise social media and how to engage it
more effectively.
Expected outcome:
Ability to utilise cutting-edge communication channels.

10.45am - 11.30amIdea Pad: Achieving Prosperity through Giving

Description:
This is a thought session to instil in young people the concept of
achieving wealth through charity and philanthropic activities.
The session seeks to shed light on the ecosystem of giving, and
how the process of what you give now will translate into
receivables in the future.
Expected outcome:
Philanthropy. Social awareness. Ecosystem. Community living

11.30am - 12.30pmWorkgroup Session 3

Session Lead:
(The appointed Programme Director who will be with
participants throughout the course of the Programme)
Description:
The workgroup sessions are the overarching format for most of
the programme sessions. This session entails participants to be
divided into 3 groups in which participants will be working
together in their respective groups throughout the programme.
Expected outcome:
Team work. Creativity. Communication. Cooperation.

12.30pm - 2.00pmLunch &Break
2.00pm - 4.30pmExcursion: A Trip to the Labour/Trade Union

Description:
This session is an introduction to the labour/trade union
movement, which have been a force in the nation building
processes, involving issues such as equality, working conditions
and job security, as well as education and sustainable
development.
Expected outcome:
Social awareness. Analytical thinking.

4.30pm - 8.30pmFree Time and Shopping
8.30pm - 9.30pmDinner & Debriefing Session

Description:
This is a relaxed dress-down dinner and debriefing session
where participants are able to recap the activities during the day
and their take on each of the sessions

8.30pm - 11.00pmYoung Fellows’ Night Out

Description:
This is a relaxed and fun time to allow participants to experience
the KL urban lifestyle.

Day 6 – Friday, 14 September 2012

TimeTitle
9.00am - 10.00amWorkgroup Wrap-up

Description:
The workgroup sessions are the overarching format for most of
the programme sessions. This session entails participants to be
divided into 3 groups in which participants will be working
together in their respective groups throughout the programme.
This is the last of the workgroup session, before the participants
are expected to present their work.
Expected outcome:
Team work. Creativity. Communication. Cooperation.

10.15am - 10.30amEvening Break
10.30am - 12.00pmProject Showcase

The culmination of 6 days intensive learning and workgroup
discussions, participants are expected to present their group
project.

12.00pm - 2.30pmLunch Break & Friday Prayers
2.30pm - 4.00pmClosing Ceremony
Programme Video and Closing Toast

Description:
This session allows participants to watch snippets of the
programme video capturing candid moments of participants in
the workshops, seminars, debriefing sessions, football game,
comedy club, city tour, site visits and many more. The session
will end with a closing toast and a commitment to partnership
after the ‘Young Fellows Programme: Malaysia Leg’ ends.
Description:
This Closing Ceremony consist of closing remarks by the
Programme Director, Tun Musa Hitam and Dato’ Sri Nazir Razak,
followed by the announcement of the winner of the business
project competition and the prize-giving ceremony.

jsurin

Jacqueline Ann Surin
Communication Expert
Senior Associate, Anne Munro-Kua Transformations
Malaysia

Jacqueline Ann Surin is a communications expert with more than 25 years experience. She coaches leaders in both corporate and not-for-profits to ask the right questions to have success and wellbeing in their lives.

She is a certified NLP practitioner, an ILM-endorsed Clean Language coach, and the first certified Level 1 Systemic Modeller for group facilitation and organisational coaching outside of the UK.

She is an associate of Anne Munro-Kua Transformations and People Potential in Malaysia, and of Training Attention in the UK. She works in Malaysia and Singapore.

Jacqueline was an award-winning journalist for 20 years in her previous career.

She provides an obligation-free, complimentary 20-minute Clean Coaching session on Skype or on the phone. E: jasurin@yahoo.com Skype: jasurin1

 

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Final year undergraduate student in Economics, specializing in Finance and Developmental Economics, International Islamic University Malaysia

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Tanvirul IslamBangladesh

Deputy Managing Director, Zentex Apparels Limited

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Mariame SanoGuinea

3rd year undergraduate student in Mass Communication, minoring in Business Administration, International Islamic University Malaysia

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Ahmad AhsanIndia

Executive Director of GR Tech Sdn Bhd, an IT company undertaking web development, creative design, software development online branding and business developments projects

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Laila FitrianaIndonesia

Junior Architect, CV. Karya Muda Arsitektur, Indonesia

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Laila FitrianiIndonesia

Masters student in Architecture, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Indonesia

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Aigul RaimkulovaKazakhstan

Senior Expert, Economic Research Institute JSC, Department of International Research, Astana

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Dinara SekenovaKazakhstan

Manager, AEO Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools, Department of Educational Quality Assessment, Astana

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Akhmatov SanzharbekKyrgyzstan

Final year undergraduate student in Business Administration, International Islamic University Malaysia

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Jevgenijs LesevsLatvia

MBA Student, Multimedia University, Malaysia

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Aisya Binti AzizanMalaysia

Financial Analyst, Corporate Strategy & Development, Sapura Secured Technologies Sdn Bhd

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Christine Gaik PhingMalaysia

Final year undergraduate student, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Participant, Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD), University of Missouri, USA

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Mohd Yusuf Bin Mohd JaffarMalaysia

CFO, RAYSinc Sdn Bhd, a company undertaking investment management, hardware development, consultation and business networking, and intelligence services

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Wei Sheng SohMalaysia

Trainee Engineer, Department of Health, Safety and Sustainable Development, Petroliam Nasional Berhad

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Julia StranenkovaRussia

Event Manager, CJSC Linova Media and Editor of an Islamic Finance online magazine, Russia

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Marat SharifullinRussia

Entrepreneur, Import& Export and Accredited Chartered Islamic Finance Professional, International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF)

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Jul Rashid Taperla DilangalenPhilippines

Customer Service Specialist for Convergys Services Philippines

Undergraduate student in Airline Business Administration, PATTS College of Aeronautics.

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Regine StephaniePhilippines

Secretary General of the International Youth Network and Co-founder of the ASEAN Youth Volunteers Network

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Nafisa IsaUSA

Program Associate and Volunteer Program Coordinator, Meridian International Center; Arts and Culture Coordinator, Project Reach, Washington DC.

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Sadia G. NawabUSA

Clinical Laboratory Assistant, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and Fundraising Campaign  Volunteer, Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN)

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Seemi ChoudryUSA

Community Organizer for community based organizations and Generation Change Delegate, State Department of USA

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3rd year undergraduate student, majoring in Computer and Information Engineering, International Islamic University Malaysia

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Luqman Zulhusni IsmaelMalaysia

Associate, Investment Division, Khazanah Nasional Berhad, Malaysia