Neil Fogarty - Mapping the entrepreneur ecosystem


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A workshop delivered by Neil Fogarty, Spark Global Business

This workshop introduces and explores the various aspects of the environment for supporting corporate entrepreneurs – the intrapreneur ecosystem.

In a facilitated peer-learning session, participantsl:

- Explore the component parts of an entrepreneur ecosystem
- Understand the benefits of a complete ecosystem
- Map out their own ecosystem
- Share their experiences with their peers

The output from this 90-minute session will be your roadmap for creating and refining your entrepreneur ecosystem including ‘Red Flags’ to address what’s missing in your own action plan for change.

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Neil Fogarty - Mapping the entrepreneur ecosystem

  1. 1. Mapping the Intrapreneur Ecosystem Neil Fogarty Web Email Twitter Google+ NDF1968 spark_gb
  2. 2. Intrapreneur Culture “intrapreneurship is an organizational investment into developing a structured approach to using improvement, innovation and invention to achieve something new and inspirational whether this is for social or financial returns or both” Neil Fogarty “Boost! Enabling Intrapreneurs”
  3. 3. SparkWave™ © Spark Global Business 2011-2013
  4. 4. Spark Intrapreneur Ecosystem © Neil Fogarty 2013
  5. 5. 3 Levels of Emotional Capital 1. 2. 3. Individual level – developing the emotional intelligence competencies and skills individuals need to develop in order to function effectively in a diverse world Team level - developing the norms and skills needed to create emotionally intelligent teams that embrace diversity; enabling teams to use diversity to create synergistic solutions within a joyful and respectful environment Organizational level – identifying the principles, norms and values that need to be developed, implemented, and communicated in order to become an emotionally intelligent organization that succeeds in a diverse world
  6. 6. From Diverse Teams at Work, Gardenswartz & Rowe (SHRM, 2003) * Internal Dimensions and External Dimensions are adapted from Marilyn Loden and Judy Rosener, Workforce America! (Business One Irwin, 1991)
  7. 7. 3 Core Elements of Emotional Capital 1. External Emotional Capital – the value of the feelings and perceptions held by the customer and the external stakeholder towards your business. The only way to create real profit is to attract the emotional rather than the rational customer by appealing to his or her feelings and imagination. Customers want to buy from organizations they like and who are like them. This creates brand value and goodwill and results in repeat sales through customer loyalty, lifetime relationships and referrals. In other words, the brand creates trust and recognition and is a promise and an emotional contract with each customer. 2. Internal Emotional Capital – the value of the emotional commitments held in the hearts of the people within your business. It can be is seen in the energy and enthusiasm that people bring to work to create products and solve problems. Every relationship that your business has with everyone it touches is an asset and an investment. To build emotional wealth you must treat your people as investors because that is what they are — intellectual and emotional investors. Every day they bring their heads and hearts to work. And if they don’t, you won’t be in business very long. 3. Intra-personal Emotional Capital – the level of positive, focused energy that you invest at work and in your personal life. As a leader, you will inspire or demoralize others first by how effectively you manage your own emotional energy and, second, by how well you mobilize, focus and renew the collective energy of the people you lead.
  8. 8. Conflict Trust Dynamics Communicate WIIFM Open to new ideas Team Mapping Willingness to share Willingness to collaborate Virus CQ Mentoring “Boost! Enabling Intrapreneurs” © Neil Fogarty 2013
  9. 9. Mapping the Intrapreneur Ecosystem Neil Fogarty Web Email Twitter Google+ NDF1968 spark_gb