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European Social Innovation Competition – Launch Series: Beyond Traditional Skills
14 April, 2021 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Beyond Traditional Skills: boosting creativity and leadership for a systemic social change with Daniela Papi-Thornton.
This webinar will kick-off the 2021 Competition’s Launch Webinars series, providing a fresh perspective on skills to our audience. Attendees will get a deep insight into non-traditional skills – ie. competencies that go beyond traditional cognitive skills (e.g. creative, relational, systems thinking skills, etc.) – and new mindsets for a new idea of economy and society.
The webinar seeks to convey to the participants the importance of integrating and fostering non-traditional skills and mindsets when designing and developing innovative training solutions. The audience will understand how such skills are more and more important to cope with complexity and foster resilience in a time of fast-changing educational needs.
Daniela Papi-Thornton is an educator whose work focuses on systems-led leadership. Daniela has served as a Lecturer at Yale School of Management, Watson Institute, and Oxford’s Saïd Business School where she was also the Deputy Director of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship. Her report and subsequent article, Tackling Heropreneurship, have been widely referenced. From that research she designed a tool called the Impact Gaps Canvas, used at universities around the world. At Oxford she launched educational programming designed to help incorporate systems thinking into social entrepreneurship education, including Map the System, a contest now running at ~40 global institutions. Daniela’s work in education design builds upon six years of emerging market entrepreneurial experience in Cambodia, running a hybrid social enterprise. She co-authored a book, Learning Service, and her TEDx talk on Reclaiming Social Entrepreneurship and Elevating Impact talk highlight some of her thinking
Competition Support @The European Social Innovation Compeition (Euclid Network)