Upcoming online workshops in entrepreneurial skill development

Are you in your third or fourth year of your PhD? Are you starting to wonder what your opportunities are after your VIVA and how best to explore?

With SPERO workshops they can help you realise what your particular skillsets are (your unfair advantage) and teach you how to apply them to think innovatively about your career and options.

Basically SPERO offer: “post PhD life-training”

The SPERO series is on “entrepreneurship” and through this lens they are working on exploring how to perceive the full spectre and inherent opportunities in your skillset – how you “sell” yourself and your ideas and how to think outside of the academic box and start thinking innovatively.

SPERO introduction: How to think entrepreneurially about your career

This 2-hour introductory workshop will help you discover entrepreneurial skills you didn’t know you had.

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If you like that you might want to come along to SPERO 1: Develop your entrepreneurial knowledge, skills and mindset. In this one-day workshop you’ll learn how having an entrepreneurial mindset can benefit how you approach your current research and future career. You can explore where your skills and interests can lead you and whether being an entrepreneur and start your own venture- or social venture, is something for you.

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Finally, you might know that what you want to do is to make a difference but haven’t quite found out how to go about that yet? Then they have the workshop for you!

SPERO: A practical guide to social entrepreneurship

In this one-day workshop you’ll learn what social entrepreneurship is and what’s involved in developing a social entrepreneurship venture. Using a new research-based tool, you’ll analyse social entrepreneurship case studies to help you understand the process involved in developing a social entrepreneurial project. You’ll then analyse a social problem and come up with a plan for how you could solve it using a social entrepreneurial approach.

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If you have any queries, please contact Sascha Olinsson (sascha.olinsson@ucl.ac.uk)

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