Wednesday, November 16 at noon EST
(30 minutes plus Q&A)
Attend this exclusive webcast hosted by Jennifer Hall, Ph.D., co-author of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Profile (EMP)® assessment instrument, as she outlines how educators are going beyond the “nuts and bolts” of teaching entrepreneurship.
Learn how the EMP offers students:
An opportunity to identify their unique strengths in entrepreneurial thought and behavior.
The ability to make thoughtful choices about their academic and career plans.
An exciting way to understand themselves better.
Since the EMP provides scores on 14 scales which are compared to normative data from both entrepreneurs and corporate managers, it gives students an initial “benchmark” upon which they can measure themselves. In addition, it provides excellent resources for both leveraging their current entrepreneurial strengths and targeting areas for development.
Learn the special features of the EMP that will enhance your curriculum.
Understand how feedback on the EMP can help students take advantage of their current strengths as well as enhance their developmental areas.
Hear how other schools’ use of the instrument is impacting students.
Discuss resources to assist students with action planning.
Obtain one free administration of the EMP.
About the Speaker:
Jennifer Hall, Ph.D.
Jennifer Hall is a senior faculty member and executive coach for the Eckerd College Leadership Development Institute. Six years ago, Jen and her colleagues Mark Davis and Pam Mayer embarked on a journey to develop an assessment of entrepreneurial mindset. The resulting instrument, the Entrepreneurial Mindset Profile® (EMP), has proven to be a valuable asset for corporate leaders, educators and students. A licensed psychologist, Jen has a B.S. from Trinity College and a Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut.