Innovate for Social Impact
30.11.2023 • 10 AM – 3.30 PM
Dieser Workshop wird veranstaltet zusammen mit unseren Partnerinstitutionen:
- Boehringer Ingelheim
Together with the Making More Health Initiative: What impact would you like to create with your research? By looking at the golden circle framework, this workshop focuses on the WHY behind your work. With a view to the Sustainable Development Goals you will think about the potential areas of impact you can create with your own research. We will also look behind the broad meaning of social entrepreneurship, reflect on our personal understanding and give practical examples of careers and concepts in these sectors. You will meet role models, who will let you in on their personal journeys as social entrepreneurs.
- Learn about the golden circle and the concepts of purpose and impact
- Reflect on the WHY behind your research work
- Think about potential areas of impact that your research can contribute to
- Deep dive into the concept of social entrepreneurship
- Getting to know different dimensions and examples of social business models
- Brainstorming about potential social business cases
- Exchanging with and learning from role models
Our workshops are tailored to PhDs and postdocs of all disciplines, as well as early-career researchers and academic staff.
Our workshops are held in English. They are intended for participants at level B2 or higher of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
We use the Zoom video conferencing software for our online workshops and webinars.
Participation in our workshops and webinars is free of charge.
No prior knowledge or experience in the areas of entrepreneurship, startups or other business ventures is necessary. A genuine interest in these topics is sufficient!
You will receive a confirmation email approx. 14 days before the beginning of the workshop. Make sure to check your SPAM folder. This email will include the login data for Zoom and the login for the event page, where you can access the workshop’s agenda. If the workshop is full, you will be placed on a waiting list and notified if a place becomes available. If you have not received a confirmation, you may apply again for a different workshop.
It is important to us that the workshops bring together a diverse group of participants from different disciplines and universities. We currently admit up to 35 participants per workshop. If all places are filled, we will place you on our waiting list and inform you if a place becomes available.
You will receive a certificate of participation upon successful completion of the workshop. If you could not attend the full workshop, you are not eligible for a certificate.
Yes, our workshops are aimed at researchers who have not started a business, but want to explore their entrepreneurial potential. You can participate in the workshop even if you do not have a concrete idea of how to translate your research into a business venture.
Our workshops are open to researchers of all disciplines. We believe that every research field has great potential to enrich society with innovative ideas. Furthermore, business ideas developed by interdisciplinary teams are more successful in the long term.
In order to guarantee the best workshop experience for all participants, please make sure you are present for the entirety of the workshop. You’ll receive your certificate of participation after having successfully participated in the whole workshop.
You will be able to download your participant handout 1–3 days after the workshop via the login details provided in the confirmation and follow-up emails.
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You will receive a detailed agenda before the workshop, after your registration has been confirmed.
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