Apply your entrepreneurial understanding to your own aspirations and context
What type of entrepreneur are you, or what type would you eventually like to become? From the economic perspective, entrepreneurship is about trade, profit and innovation for growth.
From a psychological perspective, it’s about people and their networks. From a sociological perspective, entrepreneurship is about society, the intersection of people, place and context.
Individuals take different paths through entrepreneurship and this short course aims to draw together the various dimensions that might influence those choices.
• How values and beliefs motivate your behaviour
• Your goals and aspirations
• What success looks like to you
• How your ethics and beliefs impact upon your entrepreneurial practice
• Whether your view of success has a sustainable or ethical dimension
• Your entrepreneur archetype(s)
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to...
- Reflect upon your own entrepreneurial profile and mindset
- Explore how your goals, values, beliefs and aspirations impact upon your entrepreneurial mindset and/or actions
- Apply a range of theoretical perspectives to your personal context
- Debate the role and value of entrepreneurship in a range of societal contexts
Who is the course for?
This course is for students undertaking the graduate/ postgraduate certificate, jointly delivered by Coventry University and Deakin University.