Workshop Title
The learner is expected to familiarise with the theoretical and practical parts of entrepreneurship

Step by step instructions for the preparation and implementation of the workshop

Step 1: Introduction to the importance of entrepreneurship in the economy in terms of micro and macroeconomics. An important element will also be the provision of in-depth knowledge on how entrepreneurship is shaped against the background of economic and global trends. For this purpose, annual reports on the situation in the SME sector will be used. (PPT).

Step 2: Identify a list of arguments against and in favor of running your own business. To do this, give the participants flipcharts and ask them to fill them in.

Step 3: Within 20′, students should present arguments against and for running their own business based on their previous knowledge.

Step 4: Have the participants present their arguments on a flipchart in such a way that they can be used in further discussion.

Step 5: Conduct a group discussion and agree on a uniform version of the arguments against and for running your own business.

Step 1: Discuss the importance of planning in entrepreneurship and the priorities in terms of setting goals, and components of plans (PPT)

Step 2: Presentation of the structure and possibilities of using the Eisenhower matrix in determining the hierarchy of personal goals (Appendix 0.2).

Step 3: Divide the audience into groups. In the group, a person should be identified who will act as a leader – manager.

Step 4: Assign a wall or panel area to each group and provide the necessary materials (markers, paper, flipcharts, sticky notes, any other poster material). You can encourage participants to use the materials they have with them.

Step 5: Students in their task groups set personal and professional goals on the basis of brainstorming and put them on flipcharts. To strengthen the role of individual group members, it is recommended that the audience presents the goals on colored cards and freely put them on a flipchart. The group leader moderates the goal setting process – filling in the Eisenhower matrix and accompanying table. Next, the group presents its agreed position on goal positioning. (45′)

Step 6: After the time has elapsed, ask the audience to see the results of the work of the other groups. They should take notes so that they can prepare for the discussion stage. (30′)

Step 7: Get all the groups together and conduct the classic roundtable brainstorming session.

Step 8: Set aside 45′ for the final brainstorming session between all groups.

Step 9: End with a discussion on the goals and priorities set at the stage of planning your

Step 1: Brief presentation of the main characteristics of the entrepreneur (PPT)

Step 2: Give participants a list of traits that characterize the human personality Appendix 0.3.

Step 3: Each participant receives a list of characteristics and marks those that relate to the person. Then, he indicates the 5 most characteristic features of himself and gives examples of experiences in which they have been used.

Step 4: Individual participants present their chosen features and discuss their importance in starting a business.