Ingredients for Social Entrepreneurial Leadership: Self-Mastery, Networks, Work Values and Competence
Best of Region Presentation from Region 8.
Across time, HR experts have discussed the endless issue of the best way achieve ROI on talent management activities. Millennials are increasingly covering a large part of the worldwide workforce, as are progressively focusing on selecting careers that provide meaning and purpose, based on a strong vision and direction; opting to join organizations that generate products and services positively impacting social concerns through innovation and entrepreneurial agility. Responding to the HR accountability on talent management, we propose organizations to alert to how social innovation and social impact mirror that meaningful purpose at work for many. Social entrepreneurial leadership is becoming a practical role deserving more attention in organizations of all sizes and governing statuses. The purpose of this paper is to discuss four key foundational ingredients for social entrepreneurial leaders to thrive: self-mastery, social networks, work values, and competence curricula.
Presented by: Maria Presentin, International School of Management (ISM)