Start Date and Duration
September 25, 2020
3 Friday afternoons each quarter
Location and Format
3 courses; 1 course in fall, winter and spring, 2 CEUs
$1,599 Early Bird, $1,999 Standard Rate
Fall course dates/times: In-person sessions and online coursework. Sept. 25-Oct. 9, 2020. In-person sessions meet Fridays, Sept. 25, Oct. 2 and 9, 1-6 p.m. at Everett University Center. Everett University Center.
Winter course dates/times: In-person sessions and online coursework. Jan. 22-Feb. 5, 2021. In-person sessions meet Fridays, Jan. 22, 29 and Feb. 5, 2021, 1-6 p.m. at Everett University Center.
Spring course dates/times: In-person sessions and online coursework. Apr. 9-23, 2021. In-person sessions meet Fridays, Apr. 9, 16 and 23, 1-6 p.m. at Everett University Center.
Optional 2 undergraduate credits per course - cost $101/per course.
Course One: Unleashing Creativity: Designing for Innovation and Meaningful Participation (ENTR 398)
How might you lead your teams meaningfully in a way that increases creativity, engagement, productivity, well-being and job satisfaction? Learn the cutting edge entrepreneurial leadership skills of Human Centered Design and Design Thinking and Facilitating to supercharge your team collaboration, creativity, ideation and productivity.
Course Two: Business Modelling - Entrepreneurial Designers and Facilitators (ENTR 398)
How might you engage your teams for incremental and large scale development of your business or business unit? Advance your critical entrepreneurial leadership facilitation and design skills to collaboratively engage your team in business model/unit improvement while simultaneously keeping close tabs on team well-being. Apply new business modelling techniques and tips to develop your ability to collaboratively design, facilitate and understand business optimization.
Course Three: Change Leadership - Innovation and Modelling Collaborative Change (ENTR 398)
How might you effectively lead change with the mindset and skills of an entrepreneur and innovator? From existing businesses to start ups that are both large and small, “change management” campaigns often fail as they are drafted from a top-down perspective, leaving the immense untapped potential of employees on the table . In these sessions, we explore how we might design for continuous change in ways that engage the wisdom of the organization and build alignment among stakeholders all while increasing overall well-being for you and your teams.