The Soft Skills of Entrepreneurship

The Soft Skills of Entrepreneurship

  • Entrepreneurship
  • SDG 1: No Poverty, SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, SDG 2: Zero Hunger
  • Resource Plan
  • 17 - 18 years
  • Business, English, Life Skills

Learning Outcomes
Learners analyse and interpret the diversity of opinions and ideas relating to localization within both local and global contextual and conceptual frameworks.
Learners consider, contrast, and compare their local heritage and identity within the context of global issues with local impact, and local issues with global impact.
Following successful engagement and completion of the lessons, students will understand and be able to apply critical entrepreneurial skills that are often overlooked in related traditional academic approaches. Specialised skills and knowledge that are the focus of business and finance courses are not covered here.
In addition, students will:
• Become more aware of their own strengths and areas for growth
• Develop new and relevant skills that can be applied in different contexts and settings
• Learn resilience and perseverance
• Learn how to create a complementary team capable of authentic collaboration
• Learn how to create well-formed outcomes (goals) and a compelling vision of the future that sustains motivation and drive
• Learn a strategy to assess the ethical and values-oriented implications of their idea or product

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Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP) is Qatar’s premier hub for applied research, technology innovation, incubation, and entrepreneurship. It is a ‘free zone’ that houses various international corporations (such as ExxonMobil, Shell, ConocoPhilips, Microsoft, Cisco), SMEs, research institutions, and local tech startups.

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