How To Build A Thriving Startup, A Winning Team, New Customers @ Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Toronto [23 May]

How To Build A Thriving Startup, A Winning Team, New Customers


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23
May
08:00 - 09:00

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Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
105 St George St, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3E6
Please register in advance: uoft.me/badal

Entrepreneurial Thinking Speaker Series at Rotman

SPEAKER: Sangeeta Badal, Principal Scientist — Entrepreneurship and Job Creation Initiative, Gallup Inc.; Author

TOPIC: "Born to Build: How To Build A Thriving Startup, A Winning Team, New Customers and Your Best Life Imaginable" (by Jim Clifton & Sangeeta Badal, Gallup Press, May 1, 2018)

BOOK SYNOPSIS: People will ask you throughout your life, “Where do you work?” and “What do you do?” They never ask you, “What are you building?” When conversations change to “What are you building?” the world will change. Written for anyone trying to figure out how to make the most of their lives, Born to Build seeks to ...inspire entrepreneurs and ambitious, self-motivated people to build something that will change the world. A builder’s venture could be a small business that grows into a mammoth enterprise, a thriving new division in an existing company, a nonprofit, a social enterprise, a church, a school — anything that creates economic growth and makes a lasting impact on society. Born to Build is written by Gallup Chairman and CEO Jim Clifton and Sangeeta Badal, Ph.D., Principal Scientist for Gallup’s Entrepreneurship and Job Creation initiative, and is grounded in years of research. This book goes beyond the conventional economics-based business training and instead offers a uniquely psychological approach to venture building. It gives readers the tools and techniques they need to understand who they are, what motivates them and what they can build — and how. By following the practical steps in Born to Build, readers will have the tools to build a sustainable and profitable venture of any size from scratch. Central to the book is a code that allows readers to take Gallup’s Builder Profile 10 (BP10) assessment, which identifies their innate talents and motivations and shows them how to make the most of their talents to build a successful enterprise.

COST: $35.00 plus HST per person (includes 1 seat for the talk, 1 hardcover copy of "Born to Build" and coffee)

VENUE: Rotman School of Management

REGISTRATION: uoft.me/badal
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