Social Workers who add entrepreneurial skills to their helping skills, experience a significant increase in impact.
Anneke Krakers, founder of the Social Worker Entrepreneur Training Programs, researched the business opportunities for Social Workers in depth. She created a proven method that helps Social Workers to transform from employee to entrepreneur.
Ask any Social Worker about her or his dreams and you hear stories about changing the world. They are driven by passion for people in need. But when you ask Social Workers if they find themselves successful in creating this dream, most Social Workers respond negative. They get stuck in huge caseloads and excessive administrative burden. They never experience themselves to be the Leaders of Change they long to be.
Entrepreneurship solves this problem. Building their own business gives them the skills and tools to increase their impact. Anneke Krakers created The Social Worker Entrepreneur Starter Training to teach Social Workers how to build the foundation of their business with a proven method of 7 steps. Important part of this training is about leveraging your services into scalable products which is key to increasing impact.
Anneke Krakers is a Dutch Social Worker, and she started a business ten years ago in The Netherlands to support Social Workers on their entrepreneurial journey. She teaches Social Workers how to be an entrepreneur in a social way using marketing and branding methods that are aligned with their social soul.
Her proven system of 7 steps is acknowledged by the Dutch Social Work Education Institutes. In 2014 her book “Hier Sta Ik Voor!” was released: the first book for Social Workers about marketing and branding. Anneke Krakers is a well known and beloved speaker in The Netherlands.
About two years ago, Krakers started her global leap to engaging Social Workers all over the world who have started or who want start a business. “How cool, we all embark on the same adventure” as one of her students said.
Now for the first time, the Social Worker Entrepreneur Starter Training is available in English, and it supports a growing global community of Social Workers who start their own business. All classes are online.
By the end of The Social Worker Entrepreneur Starter Training, students will have the foundation of their own business which includes:
a laser sharp focus on their market
a suite of the products to sell (with full focus on helping people!)
a unique branding proposition, the look and feel of their unique brand
a personalized marketing strategies including:
how to get prospects
how to build warm relationships
how to get trust and finally the sale
Social Workers will get the basis for long term outcomes like wealth, freedom and peace of mind. This will enable them to actually increase their impact and influence with some of the Dutch students reporting a tenfold growth of their reach!
The Starter Training starts at September 26th. Enrollment ends at September 25th. After signing up, students get immediate access to their Pre-Work “from Employee to Entrepreneur”. You can request more information at www.annekekrakers.com/startertraining or contact Anneke at email@example.com.
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