Exit Interviews - ExitInterviews Whatareexitinterviews?

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Exit Interviews What are exit interviews? Exit interviews are one on one chat with a person transitioning from one role to another in  AIESEC. It is important for AIESEC to conduct these interviews to be able to determine the type  of experience a person has had with AIESEC. The organization is able to make improvements to  the current system based on the members’ feedback. Exit interviews can also be used to pass on  information to the next person in the role (key learning, etc). Exit interviews should happen when: A person is transitioning from one position to another in AIESEC (i.e. general member  teamleader; EB member  exchange participant) A person is returning from an exchange experience and coming back to the LC or   before  becoming an alumnus in the “heading for the future” stage The purpose of exit interviews: To gather information and recommendations from volunteers in order to increase  organizational learning and make necessary improvements in the local committee To evaluate AIESEC “career” of member. What were their key learning points? To ensure any / all issues that may exist are out in the open and resolved in order to 
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT 98 taught by Professor Aiesecbooklyn during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.

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