👆 A selection of flags from the 107 countries in which there are members of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Network.
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Join the Entrepreneurial Mindset Network
An entrepreneurial mindset empowers you to take action about the things you really care about. As individuals we can use the mindset to create benefits in our own lives. As employees, managers, leaders and business owners we can generate benefits for the organisations where we work and the people that they serve. The mindset also helps us to see our place in society and the contributions we can make, even to the really big issues like climate change.
The Network is organised into groups that reflect the expertise and specialist interests of our members, including the application of the entrepreneurial mindset in Education, Healthcare, Services and the Community. It is quick, easy and free to join a special interest group and become a member of the Network. Click on any of the logos shown below for more information...
The Education group welcomes professionals from a range of LinkedIn industries including: education, education administration programmes, e-learning providers and higher education.
The Healthcare group welcomes professionals from a broad range of LinkedIn industries including: biotechnology research, hospitals and healthcare, medical equipment manufacturing, medical practice, mental health care, pharmaceutical manufacturing and wellness & fitness.
The Services group welcomes professionals from a wide range of LinkedIn industries including: advertising services, business consulting and services, consumer services, environmental services, financial services, food and beverage services, human resources services, individual & family services, information services, IT services and IT consulting, legal services, professional training & coaching and research services.
The Community group welcomes professionals working in the following LinkedIn industries: artists and writers, civic and social organisations, community development and urban planning, government administration, non-profit organisations, performing arts, primary & secondary education and public policy offices.
Develop your Entrepreneurial Mindset
A practical definition of the entrepreneurial mindset
Many people use the phrase “entrepreneurial mindset” but it is often used in a vague or ill-defined way. To solve this problem, the Entrepreneurial Mindset Network has created an easy to understand, common sense and practical definition of the entrepreneurial mindset based on 7 essential entrepreneurial behaviours.
A summary of the definition is available to read and download in 16 different languages, and a book with a step-by-step guide is available in print and electronic formats.
Sharing inspiring stories from around the world
We collect and share stories from our members and publish them online in a regular eZINE. The purpose is to showcase a diverse group of people, who are using the entrepreneurial mindset in a wide variety of contexts. These stories can help you to reflect on your own practice and how you can make use of the key lessons that are authors have shared.
eZINE Volume 6 Number 2 is now available, an archive of all the articles published since 2018, and advice about how to submit your own story to a future edition.
Helping you to meet other members in interactive xCHANGE webinars
A great way to develop your own mindset is in discussion with other members of the Network. You will benefit from hearing other perspectives from numerous other countries, you will be encouraged to find the common challenges and be inspired to co-create new approaches and solutions.
You will find details of upcoming webinars and registration links on our website, and an archive of summaries of webinars including video clips of speakers.
Learning and awards that support the development of your mindset
We support you to reflect on and develop the 7 entrepreneurial behaviours that make up your entrepreneurial mindset. Our online MINDSET Profile Tool will give you immediate onscreen feedback and provide you with an email of your results with recommendations about how to progress with your entrepreneurial journey.
The Entrepreneurial Mindset Networkprovides a range of training that accelerates the development of the mindset, and leads to awards that can be added to a LinkedIn profile.
The members of the MINDSET LEAP (Leading Experts and Advisors Panel) are a selected group of entrepreneurial mindset experts who volunteer to provide professional advice about the strategy and operation of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Network.
The role of the experts and advisors is to engage in regular discussions with the Director of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Network, acting as a critical friend and exploring options for mutually-beneficial collaboration, as well as being an advocate for the Entrepreneurial Mindset Network e.g. within their organisation, industry sector, professional networks and via social media.
Past and present members of the MINDSET LEAP are listed opposite. Each expert has provided an example of an inspirational quote about why the entrepreneurial mindset is important and how it adds value.
To connect with an expert on LinkedIn simply click on their picture.
Research papers by members of the MINDSET LEAP are available on Academia, ResearchGate and Google Scholar. There are a total of 165 published papers with 2522 citations.
There is an open call for new experts to apply to join the MINDSET LEAP. The Director of the Network selects new experts based on their ability to provide professional advice and critical friendship. In selecting experts, efforts are made to reflect the diversity of the members of the Network, in terms of, for example, area of professional expertise, geographical location, race, gender etc. Experts are invited annually to continue their membership of the MINDSET LEAP (normally for up to a maximum of 5 years.)
Paul Coyle, Director,
Entrepreneurial Mindset Network
Paul Coyle, is an expert in the entrepreneurial mindset, leadership and organisational transformation. He has spoken at international conferences in Australia, throughout Europe, in the Far East and South Africa. He has written papers for research journals, authored reports of national projects and reviews, been interviewed for specialist publications and written numerous organisational strategies, policies and internal reports.
The events he has spoken at have connected him to leading business schools, Fortune Global 500 companies, governmental bodies and ministries, healthcare providers, higher education institutions, hospitals, research bodies, private companies, public sector organisations, professional associations and social enterprises.