Paul Coyle // Director at Entrepreneurial Mindset Network, Bordeaux, France.
Organised as monthly 1-hour-webinars, the ultimate goal of the seminar series “Community and Education in Action” is to assemble like-minded intellectuals and professionals from our community to trade ideas, thoughts, and views related to a specific EIT-Health topic especially focused in the Education Pillar.
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After the series, an e-booklet will be published with the summaries and information of the speakers. Participants can receive a recording of their session after the Video and will have the opportunity to provide their feedback.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic healthcare systems all over the world were facing many challenges:
Responding to these challenges calls for change – and change is never easy. Too often the solutions are seen as requiring complex reorganisation and major change management programmes. This seminar will examine these issues by exploring the role of the entrepreneurial mindset in the future of healthcare. The entrepreneurial mindset is often seen as exclusively associated with entrepreneurs. However, anyone can gain benefits from thinking and acting like an entrepreneur, whether they want to set up a business, or are employed in the public, private or not-for-profit sectors. There is increasing recognition of the value that can be gained by individuals, teams, and organisations by using an entrepreneurial mindset in healthcare. The seminar will provide a definition of the entrepreneurial mindset, which is based on a systematic analysis of published research and professional practice, and explain the role of the mindset in addressing current and future healthcare challenges.
The seminar will be led by Paul Coyle, the Director of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Network. Paul is known as an international expert in the entrepreneurial mindset, leadership, and organisational transformation. He is an alumnus of the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford and a member of the Oxford Entrepreneurs Network. Paul has given presentations at conferences, written papers for journals, authored reports of national projects, been interviewed for specialist publications, and written numerous organisational strategies, policies, and internal reports. The events he has spoken at in Australia, throughout Europe, in the Far East, and South Africa have connected him to leading business schools, Fortune Global 500 companies, governmental bodies and ministries, healthcare providers, higher education institutions, hospitals, research bodies, private companies, public sector organizations, professional associations, and social enterprises. Paul is actively involved with the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, undertaking peer reviews of applications to EIT Heath Campus and EIT E-Labs, and as a juror for the EIT CHANGE awards.