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Founder Skills: Entrepreneurship Workshop Series
19th November 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
About this Event
Founder Skills: Building resilient, effective entrepreneurial leaders without killing wellbeing
Organised and delivered by Christina Richardson
To be an effective entrepreneur who can survive a pivot, lead a team, manage stakeholders, raise money and do all the other juggling we need to do, you need to be an effective and resilient leader. Yet we’re not born this way – we have to develop these ‘soft-skills’ and practise them to get better.
This kind of personal-investment is highly prioritised in large corporate organisations because they know how fundamental these soft skills are to the outright performance of a company. Which is why we’re building this focus into the Entrepreneurship programme at UCL.
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY:
– Tuesday 19th November 1-4pm, L39
– Tuesday 26th November 1-4pm, L39
– Monday 2nd December 1-4pm, L39
– Wednesday 22nd January 9.15am-12pm L39
– Wednesday 12th February 9.15am-12pm L39
– Wednesday 26th February 9.15am-12pm L39
PLEASE NOTE: These workshops work as a series, with content and depth building through the sessions. It is therefore requested that you commit all dates to your diary and make every attempt to attend. In one instance there is a conflict with Surrey Investors club – if you’re selected for that, SIC takes priority – we can catch you up 🙂
PLEASE NOTE: It is vital that you BOOK IN ADVANCE to attend the workshop via this booking link. As always, spaces will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
About this workshop:
This workshop series focuses on the soft-skills that an individual needs to be a high-performing entrepreneur. We will explore the complex and multi-faceted skills needed to get the best out of yourself and the best out of others. Diving into topics like motivation, empathy, personality types, communication, influencing, and even mindfulness and resilience for when times get tough on your entrepreneurial journey. Classes include both theory and practise, so that frameworks and habits can be applied in a practical, positive way.