Minding the Mind, the Key to Entrepreneurial Success (Part II)
The U.S. is a country of small businesses, the 2020 Small Business Profile reports that there were 31.7 million small businesses, 60.6 million Small Business Employees which accounted for 99.9% of United States Businesses and 47.1% of United States Employees. However, despite all of the business planning, capital infusion, employee development and management tools and trainings offered, each year tens of thousands of businesses close each year. This training series will focus on explaining the mind, in laymen terms, looking at how stress(ors), anxiety, trauma, work life balance, workforce management and others impact the mind, the most vital part of entrepreneur success. Practical skills and strategies will be given to assist the entrepreneur on a day-to-day basis to manage the various complexities of entrepreneurship, especially during the ongoing impact of Covid-19.
In this 3-part series, the presenter will explore:
- Why minding your mind is the key to entrepreneur success
- Mental Minding and Mental Wellness Definition
- How leaders with great mindsets, are catalysts for sustainability and growth
This is a series of three free educational webinars. The schedule for the webinars will take place on the dates listed below from 9:00 AM -12:00 PM. Below are the dates for the series.
November 30th - Series 1: Minding the Mind, the Key to Entrepreneurial Success (Part I); 2 hours
December 7th - Series 2: Minding the Mind, the Key to Entrepreneurial Success (Part II); 2 hours
December 14th - Series 3: Minding the Mind, the Key to Entrepreneurial Success (Part III); 2 hours
Instructions to Sign-into the webinar will be provided after you register.
Speaker(s): ANN L. COLLEY, LMFT, M.Div., M. B. A Ann L Colley has over 30 years of experience across business and organizational management, teaching, training, supervising, therapy and coaching sectors. Ann’s passion and broad experiences help to develop a kinship with diverse clients which allows her to stimulate learning and a desire for change through raising delicate issues for maximum change. Ann works with individuals, organizations and institutions to make critical shifts in thinking in order to create more equitable cultures and environments. Ann has challenged individuals and institutions to think critically which impact bottom line efficiency and efficacy. Ann is a skilled and professional facilitator with an extensive training, coaching, and teaching background which allows her to create spaces that push participants to engage in a challenging learning process.
Fee: No Cost
Why minding your mind is the key to entrepreneur success.