Social Enterprise for alumni at Emory University's Goizueta Business School

Social Enterprise For Alumni

  • Leading and Inspiring Change

    Be the inspiration within your organization

    With globalization and the rapid growth of technology, organizational change has become an everyday part of corporate life. New products and services, diversification of roles, or major strategic shifts of focus can often create challenging dynamics. This course provides leaders, managers and change agents with models to better understand reactions to change, and the skills to navigate the conversations required to gain buy-in and support when adapting to new workplace conditions.

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  • Featured Club: Emory Impact Investing Club

    A passionate band of Emory students is changing Atlanta, one small business loan at a time. Based on a philosophy similar to that of microfinance institutions like Grameen Bank, students founded the Emory Impact Investing Group in 2014 to practice socially responsible investing. EIIG invests both time and money in fledgling entrepreneurs whose business plans would provide services, jobs, and economic vitality to Atlanta-area neighborhoods.

  • Research Spotlight

    A new $2.3 million three-year partnership, called the Global Accelerator Learning Initiative, teams up The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) and Emory University's Social Enterprise @ Goizueta, which will study such questions as whether accelerators actually accelerate growth of early ventures and what types of programs have the biggest effect on entrepreneurial success.

Leading and Inspiring Change

Be the inspiration within your organization

With globalization and the rapid growth of technology, organizational change has become an everyday part of corporate life. New products and services, diversification of roles, or major strategic shifts of focus can often create challenging dynamics. This course provides leaders, managers and change agents with models to better understand reactions to change, and the skills to navigate the conversations required to gain buy-in and support when adapting to new workplace conditions.

Request Information

More Executive Education options

Featured Club: Emory Impact Investing Club

A passionate band of Emory students is changing Atlanta, one small business loan at a time. Based on a philosophy similar to that of microfinance institutions like Grameen Bank, students founded the Emory Impact Investing Group in 2014 to practice socially responsible investing. EIIG invests both time and money in fledgling entrepreneurs whose business plans would provide services, jobs, and economic vitality to Atlanta-area neighborhoods.

Research Spotlight

A new $2.3 million three-year partnership, called the Global Accelerator Learning Initiative, teams up The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) and Emory University's Social Enterprise @ Goizueta, which will study such questions as whether accelerators actually accelerate growth of early ventures and what types of programs have the biggest effect on entrepreneurial success.

30%

Of millennials who believe the top priority of business should be improving society (2014 Deloitte Millennial Survey)

$30,000

Amount students & alumni contributed last year toward MOMENTUM campaigns

84

Microbusinesses supported through Start: ME Accelerator

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