We spend a lot of our time talking to people who want to set up on their own and are not sure whether they should be a social enterprise or a business but I think both can be social entrepreneurs.
This business skills session outlines why the principles of the Responsible Organisation Charter were chosen and how to use them.
Use this tool to track where you are in terms of each of the principles of being a Responsible Organisation. It has space for you to write comments about why you scored as you did and identify priorities.
The scores can also be summarised on the more visual wheel of the Responsible Organisation Charter.
Sunflowers are joyful things and I think it’s great that they are now being used as a discrete way of indicating someone may have a hidden disability.
If you want to help the environment a simple way to do it is to use Ecosia as your search engine particularly when you expect to be clicking through ads.
This session explains the benefits of systemising including reducing your frustration and increasing your business. It also covers ways to systemise and how to decide what systems to create.
These tools will help you systemise your business and any other important tasks
The System Identifier(c)
This will help you identify which tasks you should systemise.
Here is a tool that can help you record your system. It is provided in both Excel(c) and Word(c).
It’s the small things that grate.
This business skills session will help you develop your goals and strategy for networking and give you some tips on what you need for success at networking events. It also includes an introduction to the tools
These tools are designed to help you get the most return from the time and money you invest in going to networking events.
The Networking Grand Plan(c)
This tool will help you develop a strategy and a plan for your networking. Once you have developed this you will also be able to objectively measure your success and improve your strategy over time.
The 4N Maximiser(c)
This tool was developed for 4Networking but it is a good checklist for preparing for any networking event. It includes what you are going to say, what you need to take and tips on short and longer presentations.
The Networking Targeter(c)
This simple tool is a place for you to record exactly who you would like to meet. This can help inform your Networking Grand Plan and will also identify those people you might need to want to connect to/follow on LinkedIn and Twitter.
If networking is part of your promotional mix then you need to measure its success against the investment you make in it.