PwC Business School launches new programme

The new mentorship programme focuses on how to start or build your business purposefully in your own unique way.

14 April 2021 | Business

Unmatched Potential’s philosophy encompasses the believe that being authentic is the key to success.

Carlin Schumann – As part of PwC’s efforts to expand its Business School initiatives, we’ve joined forces with Unmatched Potential (Pty) Ltd and the founder and CEO Etienne Raymond to launch a new exciting next level business coaching programme.

With 16 years of experience in business mergers, takeovers and general business management, Raymond is one of South Africa’s renowned business mentors. With his strategic intent to build the number-one entrepreneurial school, he challenges traditional business philosophy with modern methods.

Unmatched Potential’s philosophy encompasses the believe that being authentic is the key to success. Raymond helps businesses and organisations to discover uniqueness, purpose and being entrepreneurial in order to unlock true potential.

With its passion for empowerment through coaching, Unmatched Potential can assist you to achieve this potential by coaching and mentoring you to use our holistic, authentically integrated methodology.

CORE

The core of the programmes is to facilitate the process for entrepreneurs to achieve their full potential with establishing your application as an entrepreneur with your unique talents though in-depth assessments.

The assessment guides the focus areas for the entrepreneur, to understand the optimal outcome in relation to the inputs according to your unique strengths. The process also involves the development of the person’s thought processes - how to be more effective in terms of thoughts translating into actions and overall results.

In collaboration with Unmatched Potential, the PwC Business School is launching the Build Your Business mentorship programme.

This practical outcome-based coaching, mentoring methodology and processes will be what entrepreneurs need to set the course for navigating through the challenges posed by the modern business environment.

FOCUS

The programme is focused on discussing how to start or build your business purposefully in your own unique way. Our proven approach unlocks your potential as well as your businesses to the extent you engage with it. The course involves:

· CliftonStrengths 34 and Builder Profile 10 assessments

· Authentic Entrepreneur Workbook

· 6 x weekly mentoring sessions via Zoom

For more information on Unmatched Potential and the courses, please feel free to visit the website, https://www.unmatched.co.za

The Business School will be sharing more information on the Build Your Business course over the next few weeks, so be on the lookout on our social media pages, Facebook and LinkedIn.

For more information contact us directly at [email protected]

Carlin Schumann is the senior administrator of PwC Namibia’s Business School. Contact her at [email protected]

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