Webinars

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    • Webinar on responsible business and leadership

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, Nuno Moreira da Cruz, Director of the Centre for Responsible Business and Leadership, cites examples of companies leading the way in different industries, the main trends and crucial leadership skills in this “new world”.

    • Webinar on leading teams for social innovation

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, Kátia Almeida, Director of Believe & Lead, Girl Move, explores critical aspects to consider when leading teams for social innovation, as well as tips for not only engaging but keeping the team motivated and committed over time.

    • Webinar on social innovation and Q&A

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, Professor Filipe Santos, Dean of Católica-Lisbon and Programme Director and Chaired Professor of Social Entrepreneurship, addressed hot topics in social innovation and questions submitted by the participants.

    • Webinar on business model innovations for impact

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, João Santos from Maze provides an overview of business models from different industries that are worth considering when taking your impact venture to the next level.

    • Webinar on digital marketing

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, Frederico Fezas Vital interviews Rafic Daud, and discuss the best digital marketing tools and strategies and how they can work or be adapted to an impact venture.

    • Webinar on mistakes in win-win negotiations

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, learn how “win-lose” negotiations often generate unpleasant dynamics and poor outcomes. However, there are also many misconceptions associated with “win-win” negotiations. It is easy to fall into certain traps if we are not aware of them. This webinar discusses 10 common mistakes in win-win negotiations to help build awareness of them and improve negotiation results through conscious practice and will help you get more of what you want (while building healthy relationships).

    • Webinar on learning from failures

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, Francisco Fezas Vital explores cases of how, despite mostly underestimated and cause of shame, failures can become successes, and how to learn lessons for the future.

    • Webinar on financing instruments for impact

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, learn about the portfolio of financing instruments available for scaling impact ventures and initiatives, particularly in the European context.

    • Webinar on creative leadership

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, learn about leadership needs for the environments and problems we face, with a particular emphasis on creative leadership tools for addressing complex problems.

    • Webinar on social franchising

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, Professor Filipe Santos presents the social franchising model as a way to scale social innovations. Guest speaker Hugo Aguiar, CEO of SPEAK, who has implemented a social franchise model, shares his experiences, challenges and lessons learned from scaling SPEAK across Portugal and Europe.

    • Webinar on pitching and communication with investors

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, learn how one badly assembled slide presentation can prove fatal when the future of a startup is at stake.

    • Webinar on strategies for scaling impact

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, Professor Filipe Santos, Dean of Católica-Lisbon gave social entrepreneurs a map and tools to plan their scaling strategy.

    • Webinar Series on Financial Management

      This webinar series is a starting point, introducing important concepts that entrepreneurs can delve into on their own through online research or local experts. Use these webinars as a starting point and explore the knowledge of the web to dig deeper.

    • Webinar on “Powerful Communication Mindsets”

      In this webinar, Kim Van Niekerk looks at the role that mindset and focus have on written and verbal communication.

    • Webinar on Communicating as a Leader vs a Manager

      In this webinar, Kim Van Niekerk looks at the role that mindset and focus have on written and verbal communication.

    • Webinar on the power of words

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, João Cotter Salvado provides nine research-based language tricks that you can use to improve your chances to convince investors, based on the three essential components of persuasion: ethos, logos and pathos.

    • Webinar on leading systemic change

      In this webinar of the series of “Social Innovation, Scaling, and Impact” developed by the EIB Institute and Católica-Lisbon Católica-Lisbon, Frederico Fezas Vital interviewed Silvia López Herrero and drived an exciting discussion to clarify the buzzword “Systems Change”.