What is the difference between intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship? Better yet, how can one significantly impact your leadership approach within the field of career services?
Join Jennifer Mobley, Grove City College, to discuss intrapreneurship, the ability to lead change from within organizations, an essential skill for 21st century career services leaders. Intrapreneurship borrows from the principles of entrepreneurship. Whereas entrepreneurship is the act of spearheading a new business or venture, intrapreneurship is the act of initiating new programs, services, and systemic change within your organization. “The person who leads the career office has to be a systems thinker, a strategic communicator, an effective people and change manager, a persuasive, diplomatic speaker, and a courageous yet patient and politically savvy leader," states Andy Chan. This is indeed a tall order, but these skills and attributes are at the heart of intrapreneurship.
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During this one-hour webinar, the presenter will deliver a synchronized audio and PowerPoint presentation. Participants will have time for live Q&A throughout the program and may be asked to contribute opinions or feedback via live chat, virtual polling, and other mechanisms.
Jennifer Mobley, Assistant Dean of Service Learning, Grove City College
Jennifer Scott Mobley is assistant dean of service learning and professor of communication studies at Grove City College. She is passionate about equipping students for successful college-workforce transitions and developing learning environments that provide students with 21st century skills. Over the past fifteen years, she has served in leadership roles in both academic and student affairs, ranging from an associate director of career services to department chair. Her research on intrapreneurship will be featured in a forthcoming book published by Advantage| Forbes Books in Summer 2020. She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. from Ohio University.
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