Oct 15th: How to Build a Sales Culture! A Discovery Foundation Growth Essentials Program facilitated by ACETECH

This workshop will help entrepreneurial CEOs kick-start the cultural change by reviewing the fundamental building blocks necessary to build a sales culture.

It will also provide some simple, progressive tactics and action items to start the education and communication process for your current team as well as ensuring your talent acquisition strategies embed sales culture in their hiring and onboarding practices.

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Christina Schroeder
Discovery Foundation and Chang Institute for Entrepreneurship present: IdeaStorm: Creating Innovation Sept 21st, 2019

The traditional understanding of creativity is that it is unstructured and doesn’t follow rules or patterns. We’re often taught we need to think “outside the box” to be truly original and innovative. Or we should start with a problem and then “brainstorm” ideas without restraint until we find a solution.

The problem is you’re forced to wait for inspiration, for the muse to descend, or some unusual spark of brilliance before you can create something. Leaving many to give up and simply copy an idea and sell at a lower price.

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Christina Schroeder
Shumka Centre for Creative Entrepreneurship is pleased to present the Fall 2019 program for the Discovery Foundation Art, Design, Business speaker series.

Hear the stories of various entrepreneurs, designers and tech pioneers, who’ve put together wildly successful startups, worked with top companies, and developed new and incredible products and business models. This series of guest lectures brings together a phenomenal breadth of experience in entrepreneurship practices, with a focus on the creative sector.

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Anna Fogg
Discovery Foundation and Women in Communications and Technology introduce: Sept 24th Speed Mentoring! Tackling Impostor Syndrome!

Do you attribute your success so far to pure luck? Do you wonder when you are going to be discovered as a fraud? Do you feel guilty about your success? Or do you routinely discount praise and refuse to take credit for your accomplishments?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be experiencing impostor syndrome. 

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Christina Schroeder