Become Your Own Boss


What is Pro Enterprenurship







Who is it For





What can I Expect

The overall objective of this manual is to equip trainers, civil society organisations,
community-based organisations, youth leaders as well as other partners with the basic
concepts of entrepreneurship and knowledge of business planning essential to the success
of the entrepreneur of a small business.
Specifically, this manual is designed to help participants:
• Learn how to generate, identify and select business ideas
• Practice the preparation of a specific, comprehensive business plan tailored to each
individual’s entrepreneurial needs.
• Explore the linkages between an entrepreneur and all the resources and services needed
to successfully launch and sustain a small enterprise.
• Understand saving as a life skill for individual livelihood and business improvement.

If You Want to

  • Build your Own Ideas
  • Work always on interesting stuffs going on
  • Learn some tips and tricks in the analysis of business situations, and in the synthesis of action plans;
  • Network with other people
  • Improve and grow personally and professionally
  • Acquire knowledge germane to entrepreneurship;
  • Identify and stimulate entrepreneurial drive, talent and skills;
  • Undo the risk-adverse bias of many analytical techniques;
  • Develop empathy and support for all unique aspects of entrepreneurship;
  • Devise attitudes towards change;
  • Encourage new start-ups and other entrepreneurial ventures

Here we explore six of the big benefits that Pro Enterprenur training can offer your organization.

Increase productivity.
The right, consistent leadership can increase the productivity of your people. At its primal level, leadership is about understanding your people emotionally. Emotional intelligence involves being smart about emotions and using empathy effectively to empower and engage employees. Leadership training that encompasses emotional intelligence can hone these emotional skills in your people managers and leaders.
Retain your people.
75% of people voluntarily leaving jobs don’t quit their jobs, they quit their bosses! That’s right, employees leave ineffective leaders. By investing in leadership training, you can retain your people and reduce costly recruitment expenses.
Nurture future leaders.
You need to be strategic about developing and nurturing future leaders. Without strategy, leadership roles are often given to the most forward candidates with dominant personalities. Quality leadership is a combination of the right qualities and the right training. Identify those who have what it takes and provide them with targeted leadership training. Nurturing future leaders supports succession planning and offers career pathways to employees, further increasing retention.
Increase employee engagement.
We all like to know how we are progressing in our roles, receiving praise when it is well-earned and constructive feedback as necessary. In fact, 43% of highly engaged employees receive feedback at least once a week compared to only 18% of those with low engagement. Giving feedback is a skill of successful leaders. Through leadership training, you can teach effective ways to give feedback to motivate and increase the skill level of your people.
Implement an effective leadership style.
Leadership training can assist in implementing the most appropriate leadership style for your organization and the work you do. There are several leadership styles, all with their own advantages and disadvantages. Leadership training can also help individual leaders develop their own personal leadership style that their team members will best respond to.
Make better decisions.
Last, but absolutely not least: Leadership training can result in better decision-making. How? Because leaders functioning at a high level of emotional intelligence have the perspective to make informed, intelligent business decisions. For that reason alone, you can consider your leadership training investment returned.

Sessions you will explore

Session : ForeNoon Session : Afternoon
Managing yourself Identifying your priorities
short and long term Objectives Using planning and scheduling techniques
The art of effective delegation Managing meetings
Setting SMART goals Use the four Ds for effective workflow
Dealing with interruptions Time wasting and procrastination – how to fight them