Personal Entrepreneurial Characteristics (PECs) CEFE Methodology


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Presentation used in San Salvador, El Salvador in Central America, to describe the Personal Entrepreneurial Characteristics (PECs) as a basic element of the CEFE methodology and its importance in the formation of people in Business and Entrepreneurs

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Personal Entrepreneurial Characteristics (PECs) CEFE Methodology

  1. 1. CEFE MethodologyPersonal PECS for its acronym inEntrepreneurships EnglishCharacteristics Overview of PECS as a basic element of the CEFE Methodology, San Salvador, El Salvador
  2. 2. CEFE means:Competency basedEconomies through the Formation of Enterprises
  3. 3. It is a model of intervention for Economic Development It was created as a methodology for training of entrepreneurs in the sector of micro and small enterprises Is a comprehensive suite of training tools
  4. 4. CEFE as a model involving in a balanced Person systemic Centered Training according to development It is based on needs and context process to guide andaction learning and experience direct towards an Overall construction entrepreneurial society Through the development of skills
  5. 5. And now…Fotografía de Patrick Bürgler en Flickr What are the PECs? They are a fundamental part of the CEFE methodology
  6. 6. They originate from the study of the Theory of needs of David McClellandAlso is based on the study of the Theory of the Personality of Henry Murray in 1938
  7. 7. Mc Clelland developed his theory based on three human needs : Achievement: Power and Planning
  8. 8. In the reality, the application of the ten PECs onentrepreneurship and entrepreneurial is successful.Every entrepreneur should know and strengthen their own PECs
  9. 9. 1 of 10Opportunity seeking
  10. 10. 2 of 10Persistence
  11. 11. 3 of 10 Commitment tothe work contract
  12. 12. 4 of 10 Demand forefficiency and quality
  13. 13. 5 of 10Risk Taking
  14. 14. 6 of 10 Goal settingFotografía de Fabio Bertolotti en Flickr
  15. 15. 7 of 10Fotografía de Ammar AL-Othman en Flickr Systematic planning and monitoring
  16. 16. 8 of 10Information seeking
  17. 17. 9 of 10Persuasion and networking
  18. 18. 10 of 10Fotografía de Ammar AL-Othman en Flickr Self-Confidence
  19. 19. But to form sustainable enterprises ... Information seeking Planning Persuasion Cluster andPower Goal setting networkingCluster This is Systematic Self- planning and confidence monitoring not enough Commitment Demand for to the work efficiency contract and quality Persistence Risk taking Achievement Cluster Opportunity seeking We must include another elements
  20. 20. A responsible and creative application of PECs introduces new elementsLeadership also allows the entrepreneur to reach new levels.
  21. 21. A good combination, implementation and  strengthening of PECs lead to the development of… strengthening of PECs lead to the development of Entrepreneurial  p skillsWith these, we can deal with complex situations and in the With th d l ith l it ti d i th real business world
  22. 22. Entrepreneurial and business success is a combination of knowledge, experience and attitudes. This combination was subsequently called Entrepreneurship
  23. 23. For more information on the CEFE methodology and credential holders in the methodology in each countryYou can visit theInternational CEFE www.cefe.netwebsite or write foremail In El Salvador you can request general information at