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The Exponential Value of the Entrepreneurial Employee

Published on 19/09/2014

Discover the exponential value of the entrepreneurial employee.

Join Federico Re and Stuart Harris, in a 1-hour FREE Online Information Session as he reveals how more and more people rediscover their dreams in Branson-like organisations.

Richard Branson himself openly proclaims that he couldn’t have built the Virgin empire into more than 200 companies without the help of  entrepreneurial team contributors - "my intrapreneurs”.

Ordinary everyday people allowed and encouraged to flourish in a conducive environment.
Join us In this FREE event to discover Importance of Intrapreneurship:

In today’s economic environment, businesses need more employees who regularly demonstrate ‘entrepreneurial’ characteristics and work habits to fuel growth.  

The success of an employee lies in their ability to manage short-term priorities, but equally maintain a strategic ‘entrepreneurial’ approach to their work on a daily basis.

Essentially, an entrepreneurial employee, or ‘intrapreneur’, will add value to the organisation beyond what is expected within their role, to set themselves apart from other employees.

If you're an executive, manager, business leader, business professional, or simply an employee of a small, medium or large organisation, then 'intrapreneurship' is the perfect ingredient for you and for your employer. 

Specific Objectives:

In this session you will uncover:

- What ‘intrapreneurship’ is all about, and how this can work for your profession;

- How to behave and perform like an entrepreneurial employee;

- How to differentiate yourself from other employees within your workplace by thinking more like an entrepreneur  ?

- How to learn effective ways to bring your innovative ideas to fruition ?

- How you can work with your team and  develop an entrepreneurial culture with your staff (applicable to people with leadership / management roles);

Click here to view the recorded Youtube video.

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