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The EIC Summer School will allow EIC beneficiaries to dive into several areas that are useful for any SME. On 14 August, the European Innovation Council, in partnership with The DO School, will offer the workshop “Build to last”. During this session, the last one from our series, you will have the opportunity to build long-term resilience for your business, foster a growth mindset, and build your venture to succeed long-term. 

 

Secure your place now: apply here, limited places!

14 August 2020 (9h00 CEST)

 

Join us together with your peers and business coaches to dive into new ways of working that can be crucial in building the 'new business normal’. In times of disruption, the DO School enable businesses to transform with purpose, empower people to gain new skills and mindsets online and offline and enable entrepreneurs to solve the big problems of our time.

 

  • During this session, you will assess your venture’s long-term resilience pain points and opportunities,
  • You will use a tool to identify the individual mindsets, team conditions, and organizational culture & ways of working that will enable your venture to succeed long-term;
  • You will hear from an expert and learn from other ventures’ experiences with strategically building a venture to last;
  • You will engage with inspirational online content (i.e. readings and videos);
  • You will plan next steps for building your venture to last and leading through trust and not control;
  • You will receive feedback on challenges and support with best practices from peers.

 

The event has limited capacity and registrations are on a first-come, first-served basis. 

*Apply today* and don’t miss this opportunity!

 

Meet the trainers 

Scott Goldner

Scott has experience building, developing and leading organizations, learning institutions, and programs at various phases of development – conceptual, start-up, local scaling, national scaling, international scaling and improvement/turnaround.  Scott has always enjoyed coaching other leaders to find both impact and balance in their lives and work.  After his previous role as interim-CEO / Chief Educational Program Officer at Kiron Open Higher Education, Scott realized that what he wants to do most is to help others to do more purposeful, impactful work. The DO School is an excellent home for Scott because it enables him to work with multiple partners – maximizing their learning and experience, as well his own and that of his team.

 

Rouven Steinfeld

Rouven heads up the program delivery team at the DO School, curating and implementing the different programs of the DO School’s portfolio, most notably its one year Fellowship Program, the Intrapreneurship Program and the Leading for Impact Program in cooperation with the Skoll Center for Social Entrepreneurship. Prior to joining the DO School, Rouven developed and ran programs for the Dekeyser&Friends Foundation in Geneva. His previous experience in the field of education includes an interactive exhibition project for the Anne Frank Museum in Frankfurt, and working as a teaching assistant in a London school. He has also been involved with a variety of voluntary projects, including organising an aid program for Sudanese refugees in Israel.

 

This opportunity is brought to you by the EIC Business Acceleration Services. Should you have any questions regarding the event, please refer to our helpdesk: https://community-smei.easme-web.eu/contact (please choose “EIC Summer School” as the subject).  
 

 

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