Originally developed to help small businesses survive economic challenges stemming from the pandemic, Small Business Stronger has since evolved to include in-person programs, online courses and webinars, focused on the employee lifecycle, economic mobility, and timely topics such as accessing affordable financing from community development financial institutions.
Led by dedicated instructors, Small Business Stronger courses are designed to put key learnings into action, with hands-on business simulations, real-world case studies, and immediately actionable ways to help your business reach its full potential.
Quality Jobs Are Our Business
Explore a range of human resources best practices—strategies that can help you better support your employees and strengthen your company culture. Specifically, in this intensive five-week course, you will learn how to:
Leading Through the Lens of Economic Mobility
Learn how to cultivate a vibrant company culture where employees work collaboratively and productively to meet collective goals. In this dynamic five-week program, you will discover how to:
Grow My People
Master the strategies you need to maximize your team’s success. In this X-week course, you’ll develop a tactical plan for hiring, training, and empowering employees—and delegating daily responsibilities so that you can focus on high-level priorities. Specifically, you will learn how to:
All Small Business Stronger programs are taught by local faculty, as well as national experts, and will help you deepen your business expertise, build a network of entrepreneurial peers—and tackle the pressing issues impacting your enterprise.
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for Your Business Community
Is your organization looking to empower minority business owners across your community?
If so, consider hosting a Small Business Stronger program. We’ll collaborate with you to customize the curriculum—and create a high-impact learning experience that meets the needs of small business owners in your community.
SMALL BUSINESS STRONGER SUCCESS
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