Enterpreneur is not a Hero


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  • 1. Experts say company founders can be blinded by their passion and are attached to their dreams. They are therefore more likely to stick with business plans they've created or products they've launched or people they've hired - long after the outside world can identify the need for change. Stepping down can be a "heart-wrenching experience," . One entrepreneur said it was as if he had spent years building a Ferrari, and then, when it was ready, he wasn't allowed to drive it. What worries Entrepreneurs when they hire CEOs as if hiring someone who wouldn't care about the company as deeply as they did.2. Energy Vs Expertise
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  • Enterpreneur is not a Hero

    1. 1. Sonia.nagpal@i360training.in<br />Director <br />
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    5. 5. Shifts in Entrepreneurial thinking: The new rules of the game<br />Job Opportunities<br />Education & Empowerment<br />
    6. 6. BANKING AND FINANCE INDUSTRY<br />NeelamDhawan<br />MD, HP<br />JyoitNaiklijjat<br />Ms. Shikha Sharma, <br />CEO of Axis Bank<br />ShahnazHusai<br />Ms. ChandaKochhar, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer<br />NainaLalKidwai, <br />CEO of HSBC<br />IndraNooyi, PepsiCo<br />EktaKapoor, <br />Balaji<br />KiranMajumdhar<br />MD, Biocon<br />
    7. 7. Get Used to Rejection<br />Shifts in Entrepreneurial thinking: The new rules of the game<br />Networking<br />You Need to Sell, Sell, and Sell<br />You Need a Strong Cross-Functional Skill Base<br />
    8. 8. CEO<br />Entrepreneur<br />Imaginative, forward looking , Passionate and optimistic<br />They see potential and how a business can grow : Visionaries<br />Takes the Risk <br />Strong Disciplined Executors who brings accountability<br />Head-strong people to take tough decisions & Build TEAMs<br />To build complex organization & manage products and growth<br />"Rich versus King“ or “ Co-exist with CEO” – Entrepreneurship Test<br /><ul><li>Is it the need to control the company (that is, to be King), or is it the drive for success, particularly financial success ?
    9. 9. Growth of your setup VS Control</li></li></ul><li>Writing a business plan to creating a Business Model <br />Business Plan Format<br />Vision statement <br />The people <br />Business profile <br />Economic assessment <br />Business Plan Format<br />Basic business concept <br />Feasibility and specifics <br />Focus and refine concept <br />Outline the specifics of your business <br />Put your plan into a compelling form <br />Review sample plans <br />Does Your Plan Include the Following Necessary Factors<br />A sound business concept <br />Understanding your market <br />Healthy, growing and stable industry <br />Capable management <br />Able financial control <br />Consistent business focus <br />Mindset to anticipate change <br />Plans for online business <br />
    10. 10. Take a Franchise<br />Track Record of Success<br />Strong Brand<br />Training Programs<br />Ongoing Operational Support<br />Marketing Assistance<br />Manuals and other documentation<br />
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    12. 12. Internationally Recognized Course Curriculum<br />International Certification Center of City & Guilds, UK <br />IELTS, Preparation approved from IDP Australia<br />Provides 100 % Placement Assurance.<br />Only Institute in India offering variety of training program’s in different areas under one roof.<br />Relatively Low Investment cost (Rs. 3 – 7 Lacs)<br />More than 150 % ROI per annum.<br />Dedicated Franchisee Support Network Team<br />Marketing and Brand Advertising<br />Recruitment & Training of the Local Staff<br />The Only Brand which allows Institutional Sales (Local Region) <br />
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    14. 14. POST LAUNCH – AWARENESS <br />
    15. 15. Sonia.nagpal@i360training.in<br />