HELP CREATE A RESILIENT BUSINESS COMMUNITY
This is a FREE 3-day online course via ZOOM, designed for senior business leaders and academics who provide direct support to business owners and operators, and entrepreneurs. It is part of an integrated effort to reskill Puerto Rico’s workforce and nurture lifelong learning to embrace the accelerating, converging changes that are affecting global conditions and those in Puerto Rico. Each session will be 2.5 hours, in English, for a total of 7.5 hours. A ZOOM link will be sent after registration. All the lessons will be recorded and be available till the completion of the course. An electronic list of contacts will be included.
By the end of the course, support practitioners will have been exposed to ideas about the broad changes that Puerto Rico and the international business environment will be facing in the next five years and how they will affect local business conditions, both in the immediate post-COVID19 environment and afterwards. It aligns with strategic cluster development and the needs of industry 4.0. It also will provide support practitioners with the tools to teach and mentor local business owners and operators, both to build skills and develop leadership capabilities. Topics will include:
Classes will gather on Tues, Wed, Thu, June 15th, 16th, 17th, 2021.
Sessions are from 6:00 PM-8:30 PM, with a five-minute break
Subject to Changes.
A certificate of participation and a Digital Badge from the RBI, the Center for Resilient and Sustainable Communities (C-RASC) at George Mason University and Echar Pa’lante, will be issued upon successful completion of the course and a short quiz, which is presented jointly by Mason’s Volgenau School of Engineering and School of Business.