Information Management coordinator
Curitiba, Parana – Brazil
#team management #project management #recruitment #collaborative projects #international network collaboration #social impact
Being the leader of the Information Management (IM) team in AIESEC Curitiba was one of the most remarkable experiences of my life. As a leader is was my responsibilities to manage a five people team and all the projects the team was developing or was involved. As a project manager it was my responsibility to support member on planning and developing their projects. The team had several projects going one, for example supporting other leaders of the office by developing strategies for tools of project and team management; supporting the team responsible for the contracts and documents that needed to be presented to the national account team; share our tools and strategies with the national network of AIESEC Brazil. The IM team was one of the 5 teams in AIESEC Brazil at the time. This made the sharing and contact with the network really important for the other offices to be aware of the importance of having an IM team. Now-a-days AIESEC Brazil have almost 15 IM teams all around the country.
As a member of a 60 to 70 people office, it was our duty to keep things going well in a overall picture of the office growth. That’s the reason that brought me to be part of the recruitment team and be part of the interview and approval process. Also as a member I had the opportunity to plan and facilitate a workshop for AIESEC Curitiba members about how to use holistic view in leadership positions.