Inside the Classroom: Decoding Your Entrepreneurial Personality TEDxPrincetonU talk by Professor John Danner

Tue, Jun 16, 2020, 5:00 pm to 6:15 pm
Location: 
Online (Zoom webinar)
Audience: 
Alumni
Faculty
Staff
Students
Speaker(s): 
Sponsor(s): 
Princeton Entrepreneurship Council
Keller Center

Decoding Your Entrepreneurial Personality

Join the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council and Professor John Danner for a lively discussion about the personality characteristics of successful entrepreneurs who build businesses.
 
View Professor Danner’s TEDxPrincetonU talk for key insights from his Wall Street Journal-bestselling book (co-authored with VC and Princeton Professor Chris Kuenne), Built for Growth: How Builder Personality Shapes Your Business, Your Team, and Your Ability to Win. The talk spotlights some of the interviews, research, and findings behind the book. Which of the four Builder Personalities types do you most resemble? And what does that mean about your management style?
 

Format:

1 View a recording of the 20 minute TEDxPrincetonU talk
 
  • You can join the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council and view it together via Zoom June 16, 2020 at 5:00PM ET 
 
2 Join a discussion via Zoom with Professor John Danner
 
  • Professor Danner will join the Zoom call Tuesday June 16th at 5:30 PM ET for an interactive discussion about his talk and the importance of recognizing and leveraging your unique skills to succeed

 

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About John Danner

John Danner

John Danner is a bestselling author, and faculty member at both Princeton University and the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a popular public speaker, experienced executive, and advisor to global enterprises, government agencies and emerging ventures. His work as a management consultant, entrepreneur, lawyer and public official has centered on helping organizations deal with the leadership, strategy and innovation challenges and opportunities of unprecedented change.
 
At Princeton, Professor Danner teaches the Keller Center course Designing Ventures to Change the World (EGR 488/ENT 488). The course looks at the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - poverty, gender inequality, disease, poor water, illiteracy, etc. - through the lens of social-impact entrepreneurial ventures, exploring whether and how entrepreneurs can meaningfully address those issues in ways that complement governmental and charitable efforts.

 

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