APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020 EDITION ARE CLOSED

If you need further information about the programme and next year’s edition, please contact Erica Mazerolle at [email protected]

The Intrapreneurship Academy

Faced with unprecedented economic, social and public health challenges, corporations and organisations need to rethink their business models and adopt more resilient systems.

The Intrapreneurship Academy is a unique 6-month cross-industry professional development programme for young professionals and leaders wanting to lead change towards a more agile, entrepreneurial and purposeful culture. Based on 4 key pillars: Innovation, Collaboration, Leadership and Enterprise, the programme offers participants the opportunity to practice their learnings through workshops and real-life challenges.

What will you learn?

At the end of this learning journey, participants will be able to understand megatrends and approaches such as Circular Economy, Theory-U, Design Thinking and Leading Beyond Authority, will have developed 3 prototypes and will be able to impact their organisations and corporations with concrete and innovative solutions.

What is intrapreneurship?

Intrapreneurship refers to the application of entrepreneurial principles within established organisations in order to lead innovative and purposeful change, and develop new business models and working systems. Our vision is that organisations leverage their full potential by using innovation to respond to societal needs, transforming their employees into intrapreneurial leaders and connecting to a wider community of changemakers that are paving the way for the new economy.

Who is it for?

The Intrapreneurship Academy is for high-potential young professionals and leaders within the corporate or non-profit sectors wanting to learn innovation methodologies to harness their untapped potential, cultivate resilience and foster creativity.

Pricing

The standard pricing is CHF 2’500 per participant. Applications close on 4 October 2020. A 15% discount is offered for group registrations of 3 or more participants. A limited number of scholarships are available on a case by case basis. Please contact us for more information.

COVID-19 Measures

All Impact Hub Geneva events and courses are organised in strict compliance with the sanitary measures and recommendations of the Federal office of public health as well as the State of Geneva.

Partners

Powered by Impact Hub Geneva, with the support of Executive Supporters, such as Gib Bulloch, Founder of the Accenture Development Partnerships, and the League of Intrapreneurs

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Gib Bulloch

is an award-winning social intrapreneur who consults, writes and speaks on a range of topics relating to the role of business in society. His first book, “The Intrapreneur: Confessions of a Corporate Insurgent” (2018) is a personal story of his 15 years journey to create and scale Accenture’s global “not-for-loss” consulting business, Accenture Development Partnerships. He can help with leveraging business for the greater good and is currently exploring the power of slowing down to rise up.

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John Herniman

has a rich corporate background with several key positions such as Director of Operations or VP Corporate Quality and Customer Experience at several Fortune500 companies such as Apple, Amazon, Intermec and Agilent Technologies. He just completed a PhD in Social Innovation looking into the role of social intrapreneurs in for-profit organisations. Some of the topics he addresses include the effects of crisis on risk-aversion and the advantages/disadvantages of changing pressures on social innovation initiatives.

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Louise Le Gat

is the Founder and CEO of Positive Energy Leaders and a Next Generation Leadership Catalyst. She supports Leaders to become the Disruptors, Visionaries and Change Makers who will build the sustainable world of tomorrow.

She draws from her own personal journey and 20 years’ experience in leadership, career and talent development to support professionals in their quest for more fulfilling careers and social entrepreneurs to scale their impact.

She bridges a mix of worlds: multinational corporations, humanitarian organisations and social enterprises. In these times, Louise supports leaders in 3 ways: leading with purpose in the face of uncertainty; leading and navigating the emotional side of change; and inspiring hope by disrupting for good.

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Adela Villanueva

is a trilingual professional with 15 years of experience transforming, accelerating and scaling large organisations, startups, people and businesses around the Globe (EMEA, APAC & NALA markets). She lived in 9 different cities, moving from Spain to Switzerland via France via Singapore and the United States.

Her mission is to achieve growth & impact through sustainable innovation and she is a trained Design Thinking facilitator from Stanford d.school.

Adela is a strong advocate of women/human rights, animal defense and sustainable development. She is also the Founder of The G.I.N, a Global Collective of Innovators.

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Severin von Hunerbein

Severin started his career in training and facilitation with euforia 2010. Coming out of the University of St. Gallen (HSG) he has been determined to bring change to the business world through creating safe spaces that allow a diverse group of people who would usually not meet to look at their values, dreams and fears and to co-create innovative and sustainable solutions for our planet. Severin has lead team retreats, leadership training formats, innovation workshop, and transformation processes for a wide range of stakeholders including Swisscom, Postfinance, the University of St. Gallen or the United Nations.

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Erica Mazerolle

is an experienced facilitator trained in Art of Hosting and Leading from the Emerging Future (MIT). She holds a B.A. Geography and Public Policy from Concordia University, Montreal and a M.A. Development and Sustainability from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. Through her work as a social innovation designer at Impact Hub, she uses participatory methods to guide public, private and civic stakeholders on their journey towards cross-sector collaboration for societal transformation.

Having lived and worked in Mali, India, Haiti, Canada, Mexico, the United States, Ireland, England and now Switzerland, she is highly skilled at supporting intercultural exchange and harnessing diversity as a creative force. She is a native speaker of Spanish, French and English.

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