eu3leader is a new EU-funded project that aims to build leadership capacities of third sector leaders. Among our project partners is Croatia’s Association for Civil Society Development , or [...]
About The Project
EU3Leader (2016-19) aims to strengthen leadership and entrepreneurship capacities so that third sector organisations are better able to drive positive change in tomorrow’s Europe.
Working with leaders, trainers and researchers across Europe, we are developing a framework and knowhow platform for entrepreneurial leadership in the third sector. The framework will include key competences for leaders in third sector. The platform will offer e-learning training programme resources based on the framework of competences.
Focusing on a range of competences such as entrepreneurialism, advocacy, social innovation and impact evaluation, EU3Leader is the first Europe-wide initiative for improving leadership in our sector.
To ensure that project outcomes are accessible and valuable for the sector, we’re working with a group of frontline leaders – EU3Leader fellows – from different countries throughout the project cycle.
Our capacity-building workshops aim at testing the transversal skills of leaders and gathering materials for the pilot training modules.
News and events
Project partners met in Vienna (May 2018) to test the framework through self-assessment and peer assessment.
Our next events are:
- Zagreb (September 2018)
- Barcelona (April 2019, tbc)
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EntreComp: entrepreneurship skills
The EntreComp framework is a tool developed by the European Commission, and aims to be a reference tool for any initiative fostering entrepreneurial capacity of European citizens.
It offers a shared definition of entrepreneurship as a competence, aiming to establish a bridge between the worlds of education and work.
The EU3Leader project has used EntreComp as a starting point to understand and assess third sector leaders’ entrepreneurial competences.
Our capacity building workshops have followed the EntreComp framework’s logic and examine three main competence areas:
- Ideas and Opportunities
- Into Action
Do you want to know more about EntreComp?
Visit the official EC website and download the document.