Looking to become an entrepreneur or be a better business owner? Come along and join us for a Last Tuesday with Entrepreneurs Anonymous!
Laurie Knell will deliver a talk about the Entrepreneurial Mindset. He is a Management Consultant and Associate Lecturer with the Open University Business School. He is also the founder of Brain for Business: bringing together practical insights from the world of behavioural and brain science to deliver better business practice and outcomes.
Last year he was the facilitator for an Entrepreneurs Anonymous B.U.I.L.D workshop about personality insights, now he will talk about the Entrepreneurial Mindset.
The Entrepreneurial Mindset: what is it, where does it come from, how can it be developed.
This session will explore the notion of mindsets and look at how they can both help and hinder our success as entrepreneurs.
Through a clearer understanding of the “entrepreneurial mindset”, participants will have the opportunity to reflect upon their own mindset and look how it can be developed to enhance both their success as entrepreneurs and the success of their business.
Laurie Knell is a leading management consultant with almost 20 years’ experience working in the consultancy, technology and transportation sectors in Ireland, Europe and Australia and has a track record of delivering organizational change, strategic realignment and business growth both as a consultant and as a leader within organizations.
Laurie specialises in working with senior business leaders and their teams, helping them achieve breakthrough performance across the organisation and has worked internationally with leaders and executives in a wide-range of sectors including technology, transportation, finance, pharmaceutical, FMCG, and agri-business. More recently he has worked closely with senior leaders in the sporting field to enhance individual and team performance.
Laurie has undertaken studies and advised governmental and semi-state organisation bodies on key policy and priority areas. Laurie is an Associate Lecturer on the Open University Business School’s MBA program, focusing on key aspects of general management as well as creativity and innovation in the workplace. He has contributed to published university texts and course work in these areas.
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