Are entrepreneurs born or made? #TheAgenda
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Shaheena Janjuha-Jivraj, Associate Professor in Entrepreneurial Leadership at Henley Business School, thinks the basics of entrepreneurship can be taught.
“We’re seeing more and more research in terms of neuroscience, that shows us the characteristics such as creativity are skills that can be taught and nurtured.”
She also tells Stephen Cole that the world of the entrepreneur is starting to shift. “We are starting to see a new trend of collaborative entrepreneurship. Having conviction in your thinking and your vision is really important because you're going to have to get people onto the journey with you.”
And that’s something, she adds, which is only going to intensify following COVID-19. “We will not go back to business as usual and we have to shift our thinking away from talking about the new normal to talking about the next normal, because the shock we've experienced as a result of the pandemic, will bring further waves of change to being entrepreneurial.” #TheAgenda
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