online masterclass: architect's shortcuts to business strategy
Presented by Marisol Miró Quesada
To help architects through these uncertain times we have teamed up with Marisol Miró Quesada to present her masterclass – Architect’s Shortcuts to Business Strategy. This masterclass will provide Architect specific business strategies that you can implement into your practice now.
This Masterclass will also:
- Help you incorporate strategic thinking into your daily work to build resilience
- Help you sharpen your focus to increase the odds of success
- Learn how to embrace uncertainty to be able to deal with the fear of the unknown
- Learn how to use free canvas that will make strategy design and planning easy, fun, and enjoyable for you and your team
- Discover how to not focus your energy on the areas that won’t influence revenue and how to not get distracted from what matters most: finding ways to give value to your customers and users
Strategic Planning Expert: Marisol Miró Quesada
Over the past 25 years Marisol has built (and re-built) her design practice, developed innovative products and services, popularised human-centred strategies for small businesses, and co-founded a company that helps entrepreneurs, not for profits and underdog founders get their all-weather strategy right.
Marisol reversed a degenerative disease, kind of like early-Alzheimer’s, in her late-thirties and lost her architecture practice in the process. To re-build what she’d lost, she went deep into mastering business by studying management, marketing, and events. She also learnt from the best mentors the hacks she has successfully applied to her many start-ups.
Marisol attributes her recovery to her closest network’s unconditional support. So she has made it her mission to help architects build their own tribe so they can reach their goals of an unshakeable practice fast without sacrificing their health, their life, and their relationships in the process.
She is an accredited building designer and a member of the Australian Institute of Architects with a graduate diploma in Sustainable Development in the Built Environment from the University of New South Wales, and a Bachelor of Architecture from Ricardo Palma University.
Marisol has everything it takes to help architects build an all-weather architecture practice and stop trying to figure out the business side of architecture by themselves!
This seminar has been made free for all and will launch Thurs 7 May 2020.
Please register via the link below or contact the Tasmanian Chapter should you have any issues.
This seminar is worth 1 formal CPD point on completion of the formal assessment activity.
Competency Units: Project Management & Practice Management