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Female Entrepreneurship: how to stimulate entrepreneurial attitude and soft skills
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Female Entrepreneurship

IntroductionClick to read  
Female EntrepreneurshipClick to read  
ENHANCE ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDE

Entrepreneurial AttitudeClick to read  
Female EntrepreneurshipClick to read  
Six skills that marks Women in business Click to read  
Cognitive skillsClick to read  
SOFT SKILLS

Soft SkillsClick to read  
Personal efficacy skillsClick to read  
Relational and Customer service skillsClick to read  
Impact and Influence SkillsClick to read  
Skills oriented towards realizationClick to read  
How to recognize your Soft Skills

How to recognize your Soft SkillsClick to read  
How to stimulate your Soft SkillsClick to read  
MAP SKILLS Click to read  
SEEKING FEEDBACKClick to read  
PRACTICE WITH FRIENDS OR COLLEAGUES Click to read  
How to stimulate your Soft Skills at a Personal and Relational Level Click to read  
GROWING A POSITIVE THINKING AND BEING OPTIMISTICClick to read  
LEARNING TO COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELYClick to read  
TRAIN POWERS OF OBSERVATIONClick to read  
FEED CURIOSITY AND CREATIVE THINKINGClick to read  
PRACTICE CRITICAL THINKINGClick to read  
PRACTICE A SPORTClick to read  
LIVE AN EXPERIENCE ABROADClick to read  
DOING VOLUNTARY WORK Click to read  
SEARCH A COMPARISON WITH OTHER PEOPLEClick to read  
NEVER FORGET THIS SENTENCEClick to read  


 Keywords

Female entrepreneurship; business ownership; gender gap; women entrepreneurs; soft skills


 Objectives/goals:

Thanks to this training course, you can learn how to think like an entrepreneur and get the basic skills you need before setting up your own business.The module is focused on the world of female entrepreneurship and will stimulate your entrepreneurial attitude and your soft skills.In the first unit you will learn what female entrepreneurship stands for.In the second unit you will learn some features to stimulate the entrepreneurial attitude with a specific focus on women.In the third unit you will learn which are the so-called soft skills, why are they so important to successfully face the world of work and female entrepreneurship, and how to recognize and stimulate them.


 Description:

Interest in female entrepreneurship has grown up in recent years. There has always been a lower participation of women than men in the creation and growth of new enterprises. However, recently, there is a major awareness that female entrepreneurship can have a positive impact on economic prosperity. This training focues on the importance of female entrepreneurship to the economy as well as some of the additional hurdles faced by women starting a business such as attitude, soft skills and self- confidence.


 Self Assesment questions:

1. How we can define Female Entrepreneurship?2. Can you explain at least 3 key aptitudes important to run a business?3. How many Soft Skills identified the European Union?4. Can you give two examples in order to recognize the soft skills?5. Can you explain the difference between professional and personal level of Soft Skills?


 Bibliography

  • Anca Draghici, Claudiu Tiberiu Albulescu, Matei Tamasila, Entrepreneurial attitude as knowledge asset: its impact on the entrepreneurial activity in Europe, ScienceDirect;
  • Jeremy Reed, 5 Key Attitudes for Entrepreneurial Success, https://www.delawareinc.com/blog/five-key-attitudes-for-entrepreneurial-success/
  • Female entrepreneurs and the curse of ‘male-only’ business attributes, https://theconversation.com/female-entrepreneurs-and-the-curse-of-male-only-business-attributes-77272
  • Andrew Griffiths 6 Reasons Why Women Make Better Entrepreneurs Than Men, https://www.inc.com/andrew-griffiths/6-reasons-why-women-make-better-entrepreneurs-than-men.html
  • Cimatti Barbara, Definition, development, assessment of soft skills and their role for the quality of organizations and enterprises,  International Journal for Quality Research 10(1) 97–130
  • European Union, Transferability of Skills across Economic Sectors: Role and Importance for Employment at European Level, Luxembourg, Publications Office of the European Union, 2011.
  • https://www.collinsdictionary.com/
  • International Workshop, Soft skills and their role in employability. New perspectives in teaching, assessment and certification (Bertinoro, 18-19 novembre 2015)
  • Pellerey M., Skills. The role of competences in school and training educational processes, Tecnodid, 2010, Napoli
  • Robles, Marcel M.,Executive Perceptions of the Top 10 Soft Skills Needed in Today's Workplace, https://eric.ed.gov
  • J. J. Jimenez-Moreno Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha A. M. Ussman Universidade da Beira Interior, Entrepreneurial attitude of the youngest members of family businesses: a theoretical approach, Economia Marche Journal of Applied Economics, https://economiamarche.univpm.it/files/5639c4a1f9401ffe4.pdf



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