This Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES) Business Launch resource for trainers focuses on the WES model for business plans. Other resources in the series includes: an Entrepreneurship Coaching Toolkit, Participant's Guide, Trainer's Manual, and WES Entrepreneurship Curricula. All of the resources are available in French.
This Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES) Business Launch resource for trainers provides a Trainer's Manual. Other resources in the series includes: a Business Plan Template, Entrepreneurship Coaching Toolkit, Participant's Guide and WES Entrepreneurship Curricula. All of the resources are available in French.
This training manual on workforce readiness includes information on EFE's pedagogical approach, resources for instructors and detailed program schedules and accompanying resources. Five courses are included, ranging from keys to personal and professional development to succeeding in the workplace. Each course provides modules, talking points and activities. The material was piloted in Yemen as part of a job training and placement program for unemployed youth and were later utilized for a training of trainers in Amman in October 2017. An Arabic version of the manual will be added when available.
This two-part guide is intended for WES curriculum trainers. The first part explains the guide’s logic and methodology. The second part, highlighting curriculum content, is organized by topic and provides information and recommendations for the trainer to present economic sustainability material.
This presentation provides a brief overview of innovative leadership components. It focuses on the types of leadership skills, communication, active listening and powerful language, and management types, including change, opportunities and strategic dimensions.
This social media curriculum resource includes a trainer's guide and PowerPoint presentation, targeted at female entrepreneurs for a two-day workshop. The content focuses on using social media platforms (blogging, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest) and simple frameworks for integrating social media into business marketing plans. Tips are included for customizing the curriculum for specific participants.
This WES curriculum resource, developed by Nejiba Bouzaiane Khalfallah, is a business plan outline to help women entrepreneurs to build their businesses. The guide covers several aspects of a business project, including market description, marketing plan, human resource needs and financing plan.
This financial education guide provides information to increase the knowledge and skills of female entrepreneurs to better manage their finances. It also tools and a working methodology to change participants’ relationship with money.