Communication and intelligences

Moderator: Maor Elimelech

The meeting will take place at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Wednesday, December 22, 2021,

Communication and intelligences

You did not understand me!!!

How many times have you explained in the clearest way (to you) and yet the other side understood something else.

The Pentagon of Intelligence, one of the leading theories, based on an approach that sees man as a complex entity operating simultaneously in five different dimensions of intelligence (cognitive, creative, interpersonal emotional, ethical and applied values).

The desire to understand and be understood is critical in personal and professional life (yes, even in school).

In the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Ullman Building, 4th floor

Expected schedule:

12:30 – Gathering and pizza

13: 00- 14:15 – Workshop

Registration link: https://bit.ly/thub_registration

** The event grants 1 t-school points

Job Interview

When? Wednesday, December 15, 2021

A job interview can be a relatively simple matter if you know how to prepare for it properly, the lecture will deal with the various questions asked in a job interview and how to deal with them using various tools of persuasion, storytelling, small talk and effective messaging. In the lecture we will demonstrate step by step, how to pass the job interview in the best way.

Moderator: Leonid Katro

Expected schedule:

12:30 – Gathering and pizza

13: 00- 14:00 – Workshop

** The event grants 1 t-school points

The meeting will take place at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and will include an experience

Registration link: https://bit.ly/thub_registration

Interpersonal Communication and Persuasion Workshop

Interpersonal Communication and Persuasion Workshop: Tuesday, December 14, 2021

 

In business and personal life we ​​get into situations where we try to convince people to believe in us and our ideas.

In the Beta Entrepreneurship workshop, we will practice any flooring that will generally increase our authority, with the help of also identifying our communication styles the other side.

 

Moderator Meir Atias, Beta Entrepreneurship

The meeting will take place at the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center including an experience.

Tuesday, December 14, 2021, at 4:15 p.m.

In the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Ullman Building, 4th floor

 

Expected schedule:

16:15 – Gathering and light refreshments

16:30 – Beginning of workshop

17: 45-18: 15 – Light meal

18: 15-19: 00 – Continuation of the workshop

19:15 – Estimated finish

To register, click here

** The event grants t-school 2.5 points

Creative Thinking Workshop

Creative Thinking Workshop: Tuesday, November 23, 2021

It always seems to us that creativity is an inspiration that lands on us from above, from a refined and one-time moment when thinking opens up to us, and the best ideas are born.

But is that how it works in life? In order to solve problems, advance processes and do things differently, can we really sit and wait for that creative moment to strike us?

The same question was thought by the best minds who invented the most important inventions during human history,

And the conclusion they came to was – that while creativity has no limit, it certainly has logic.

In the workshop we will understand how the words creativity and logic can live together in one bend, how we can systematically adopt creative thinking into our lives and how to break mental fixations that exist in each of us.

We will understand that true innovation begins with doing things differently, with our ability to expand the boundaries of observation, and to succeed in providing workable and valuable solutions to existing challenges.

Lecturer ::: Anat – Quatro Company

 

The meeting will take place at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and will include an experience.

Tuesday, November 23, 2021, at 4:15 p.m.

In the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Ullman Building, 4th floor

Expected schedule:

16:15 – Gathering and light refreshments

16:30 – Beginning of workshop

17: 45-18: 15 – Salad, pizza and soft drinks

18: 15-19: 00 – Continuation of the workshop

19:15 – Estimated finish

To reserve a place for a face-to-face event at the Entrepreneurship Center, you must register and continue paying at Paybox. The payment is a deposit only and will be refunded to whoever arrives.

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Registration link: https://bit.ly/thub_registration

** The event grants t-school 2.5 points

Achieving goals in life

Success is the gradual realization of worthy goals and objectives. Get to know the tools of the most successful people and companies in the world.

Vision as a mandatory tool in the transition from survival to success and creating a future picture as a managerial tool.

During the workshop and practice you will receive tools and skills that will help you manage your personal and professional life effectively and increase your chances of success.

Lecturer: Beta Company

The meeting will take place at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and will include an experience.

On Tuesday 2.11.21, at 16:15

* Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, Ullman Building, 4th floor

Expected schedule:

16:15 – Gathering and light refreshments

16:30 – Beginning of workshop

17: 45-18: 15 – Salad, pizza and soft drinks

18: 15-19: 00 – Continuation of the workshop

19:00 – Estimated end

To reserve a place for a face-to-face event at the Entrepreneurship Center, you must register and continue paying at Paybox. The payment is a deposit only and will be refunded to whoever arrives.

Registration link: https://bit.ly/thub_registration

Getting Things Done

Getting Things Done is a five-step method that helps you successfully deal with the load of tasks and projects we have in mind, in email and in life in general. The method is taught in 90 countries around the world and is practiced by millions of men and women who seek to learn a way to achieve more results with less effort.

    • How’s your head? The busy life challenges and bad habits of managing tasks.
    • The Five Steps – What is the practice of the five steps and how to perform correctly and efficiently? We will learn and practice one practical tool in each of the steps.

The lecturer:

עידית משה

Idit Moshe from Skills Boutique GTD representative in Israel.

Expert in accompanying processes and developing skills for managers, organizational and team development with 20 years of experience in the world of training in a variety of positions – from guiding skills to employees and managers in a variety of sectors to managing a training company.

The meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and will include an experience.

Estimated schedule:

16:30 – Gathering, coffee and pastries

17:00 – Beginning of workshop

18:15 – Pizza, salad and drinks

18:30 – Continuation of the workshop

19:45 Estimated finish

To reserve a place for a face-to-face event at the Entrepreneurship Center, you must register and continue paying at Paybox. The payment is a deposit only and will be refunded to whoever arrives.

** The event grants 2.5 points for t-school

Registration link: https://bit.ly/thub_registration

Personal Branding Workshop

Jeff Boss, CEO and founder of Amazon, said – “Our personal branding is what they say about you when you’re not in the room.”

Personal branding is your ability to identify your strengths and know how to translate them into value for all the interfaces you come in contact with. In the workshop we will learn the SPIN model for personal branding that will talk about four important elements in creating our branding and adapting it to the relevant target audience:

How to identify our personal strengths, connect to them and use them to flood value and establish our status.

How to strengthen our presence to become meaningful and influential?

How to tell our story in a memorable, interesting and relevant way?

How to build and manage effective networking that will turn from a social network into a social capital?

Lecturer: Anat – Quatro

The meeting will take place at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and will include an experience.

Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at 4:15 p.m.

In the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Ullman Building, 4th floor

Expected schedule:

16:15 – Gathering and light refreshments

16:30 – Beginning of workshop

17: 45-18: 15 – Salad, pizza and soft drinks

18: 15-19: 00 – Continuation of the workshop

19:15 – Estimated finish

To reserve a place for a face-to-face event at the Entrepreneurship Center, register here

And continue to pay in Paybox – here the payment is only a deposit and will be refunded to whoever arrives.

** The event grants 2.5 points for t-school

From script to viral video

A fascinating workshop on photography and editing for viral commercials / promotional videos. At the meeting we will present the t-school commercial video competition and you can choose to participate.

Video as “Eye-catching”

An eye-catching viral video? What should be in it in order to “catch” the viewer’s eye in every possible media.

Advertisement versus image

What is the difference between an advertisement on the media / television networks and an image film.

Film development

How do you start from scratch? What should I do to develop my film from thought to action?

Script

How to write a script and what are the important guidelines for maintaining order and organization prior to filming.

Video Photography – Basic Rules

Receiving tools and guidelines for stable, high-quality and professional photography.

Video Editing

Mobile app – In shot HitFilm Express editing software – (pre-recorded tutorial) – optional

 

On Tuesday 31.08.2021 | Between 17: 30-19: 30 (Zoom)

Terms & Conditions of T-school commercial video contest (PDF)

Decision Making

A lecture spiced with a sense of humor that illustrates the (absurd) points that exist in the decision-making of us all.
Every day we make thousands of decisions. The decision-making process is complex and involves many components. Some decisions are made after lengthy thinking, but most are made almost automatically.
In this lecture, we will deal with the destructive effect of superstitions on decision making, examine what more influences decisions, absolute results or relative results? How do defaults affect our decisions and how can active and passive decisions be used to choose alternatives? And we will understand whether many choices improve the decision? ”
A lecture will give you tools for making better decisions in the business and personal areas.

Lecturer: Prof. Yossi Yasur, who holds a doctorate in decision theory from the Harvard Business School in the United States, is a lecturer in decision theory and business administration at the Ruppin Academic Center.

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