During this crisis, did you find yourself struggling and floundering or solving problems and creating value?
Even as we start to see the light at the end of this COVID tunnel, we realize that things will never go back to the way they were. The world has changed so quickly in so many ways and we have all learned that we must be ready to adapt to new situations and unexpected challenges in order to evolve and thrive in a crisis.
In order to thrive in today’s world, we must therefore be innovative in every aspect of our work so that we can continue to be relevant and add value as individuals and organizations.
Being innovative can mean being an entrepreneur who creates a new enterprise but it can also mean bringing innovation into our everyday work in our existing jobs and companies.
The good news is that being innovative is not something you have to be born with or know intuitively from the start. Innovation is about transforming problems into opportunities through a process and way of thinking that you can learn and develop.
That is why Platzi has launched the new course: Developing Entrepreneurial Skills.
Now, more than ever, this is a strategic course for anyone looking to be a future-ready professional in any sector or field. This course is just as much for budding entrepreneurs as for people who want to be more innovative in their current work and everyday situations.
We cannot predict what the next challenge or crisis might bring, but we can be better equipped and prepared to proactively solve problems thanks to these practical Entrepreneurial skills.
Upon completing the Developing Entrepreneurial Skills course, you will be able to:
This new Platzi course is taught by innovation expert, Daphne S. Leger. Originally from France, Daphne spent many years studying and working in the United States and is now based in Mexico. She has a background in International Development, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and extensive experience in leadership positions in startups in the technology and healthcare sectors.
Most recently, she was Innovation Manager at Cinépolis, where she designed and tested new entertainment experiences while driving a culture of innovation across the global corporation.
Daphne has given numerous innovation conferences, courses and workshops. She is a university professor, and a teacher and mentor through various global entrepreneurship, innovation and executive education programs.
This course will challenge what you think you know about innovation and help you be more innovative in the way you think and work. The course is full of real world examples and cases and will push you to develop your own innovation and solve small challenges as you go through the course at your own pace.
You will find the course is given in a high-energy and engaging way because afterall, innovation should be fun and exciting!
If you want to develop your entrepreneurial skills to make sure you are always relevant as a professional, adding value to your organization, and solving problems for people no matter what the context or challenge is, it’s time to start this new Platzi course!