Event Details

Date: August 19, 2021
Time: 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Location: Online via Zoom
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Point of Contact: Sarah Mailloux

Program Format: Online Meeting (Live)
Training Topics: Business Start-up/Preplanning, COVID-19 General Support, Managing a Business

This Small Business Motivation & Mobilization multi-part workshop enables small businesses to learn soft skills and increase their emotional intelligence to handle difficult situations and enhance their critical thinking capabilities. In the first session, we will discuss what it means to be a small business, how to handle business identity and crisis management, and crisis anticipation and prevention.

Attendees will be able to:
– Understand what it means to be a small business
− Learn small business specific tips and trick for managing a crisis
– Understand what crisis management is and how to design their business to be resilient
– Recognize soft skills and emotional capabilities to handle tough times

Target Audience:
– Any businesses, small or large, preparing for future sustainability
– Business owners looking for soft skills to help them rise to the occasion and handle difficult situations

This session is presented by Donavan S. West of Black Business Accelerator (BBA). BBA is a nonprofit endeavor to strategically network and leverage West’s 20+ years of experience and relationships to provide a culturally sensitive and contextualized approach to business development. As the former President CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce for PA, NJ,DE and COO of a multi-faceted nonprofit, Donavan coupled these positions with over 18 years of entrepreneurial experience to deliver a unique player-coach perspective the resonates with his clients in very meaningful and impactful ways. During his journey, Donavan has served a myriad of businesses like The Philadlephia Metro, Keystone Mercy HPE, Entrepreneur Works, Johnson and Johnson and Boeing, just to name a few.Instructions: 

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