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19 Leadership Lessons Learned through a Youth-led Organisation

Christina Buiza, a student at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, spent four years in AIESEC- taking roles in the corporate-facing side of AIESEC, and multiple leadership experiences. A few years later, she reflected on her experiences and realised she learned two very important leadership lessons: 1. Don’t let your fears and self-doubt get in […]

AIESEC finds itself surrounded by brilliant leaders at the Social Good Summit

Happy Monday everyone! This week I have been given the fantastic opportunity by our lovely UN representatives, Tami and Eliane, to attend Mashable’s Social Good Summit at the 92Y in New York City. The Social Good Summit is a three-day conference where big ideas meet new media to create innovative solutions. Held during UN Week […]

Day 1 Wrap Up: How to make Youth-SWAP more actionable

Hello everyone, Day One of the IANYD conference proved to be a long and informative one. Learning more about the Youth-SWAP, and how the United Nations wants to move forward with making sure it is implemented is quite an intense discussion. I spent a large part of the day with one of AIESEC’s New York […]

Being in Egypt through the Crisis: A Lesson in Leadership for a Youth Organisation

Why a youth-led organisation brought 800 young people to Egypt in the midst of its worst political turmoil since the Revolution of 2011. It started with a dream. The global team of AIESEC had spent weeks discussing the issues the world is facing today, and the type of leadership that the world needs to overcome […]

Welcome to the AIESEC Blog!

Hello Readers, We are now live on our first blog! We are very excited to launch the blog and to share our stories with you. What can you expect from this blog? After 65 years of existence, we have learned a thing or two about leadership and we want to share that all with you! Check […]