Trinity of Management ®

Certification | taught by Dr. Ernesto Sirolli

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The Sirolli Method of Enterprise Facilitation™ ignites communities revitalization by harnessing the passion, energy and imagination of local would be entrepreneurs. Convinced that there is no geography to intelligence and talent, Sirolli teaches communities how to transform themselves from within, one passionate person at the time. The Sirolli Method requires the support of a group of local citizens and the professional services of a local Enterprise Facilitator who will be trained to:

  • Help start new entrepreneurial ventures
  • Help expand existing local business
  • Introduce best management practices to a wide section of the community
  • Connect would be entrepreneurs with know how and resources (both local and global)
  • Reverse business failure

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Dr. Ernesto Sirolli
Dr. Ernesto Sirolli

Dr. Ernesto Sirolli is an “iron man” in local economic development. He began his work in field of International Aid in Africa in 1971 and has since worked in local economic development in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, Africa, Latin America , USA and Asia .Sirolli projects promote local entrepreneurship and local self determination. Dr. Sirolli lives in USA where he founded the Sirolli Institute® in 1995, a social enterprise that teaches civic leaders how to capture the passion energy and imagination of its own people

Dr. Sirolli received a Laurea di Dottore in Political Sciences from Rome University in 1976 and a Ph.D in Local Enterprise Facilitation from Murdoch University, Australia in 2004. He is an Industry Fellow at CSRM University of Queensland, and an Adjunct Professor at Curtin University Sustainable Policy.

Dr. Sirolli is the author of two books: “Ripples from the Zambezi – Passion Entrepreneurship and the rebirth of local economics” a classic used by Sustainable Economic Development Faculties in Universities globally :”How to Start a Business and Ignite your Life – a simple guise to combining business wisdom with passion” a how to book for entrepreneurs which outlines the Trinity of Management team concept .

In 2012 Dr. Sirolli was invited to give a TED TALK ; his 17 minutes talk :”Shut up and Listen” has been translated in 31 languages and downloaded more than 2.5 million times.

Enterprise Facilitation®

In 1985, he pioneered in Esperance, a small rural community in Western Australia, a unique economic development approach based on harnessing the passion, determination, intelligence, and resourcefulness of the local people.

The striking results of “The Esperance Experience” have prompted more than 350 communities around the world to adopt responsive, person-centered approaches to local economic development similar to the Enterprise Facilitation® model pioneered in Esperance 26 years ago. Esperance community project is still active and has created over 800 new businesses in the first 20 years.

Dr. Ernesto Sirolli is the Founder of the Sirolli Institute, a non-profit organization and social enterprise since 1995 that teaches community leaders, Governments and Corporations how to manage Enterprise Facilitation Communities.

Enterprise Facilitation teaches civic leaders how to organize themselves to capture local intelligence by training a local Enterprise Facilitator, to introduce the fundamentals of good management to entrepreneurs in need.

Trinity of Management® is a tool for the total quality of your companies performance. “intrapreneurship” is a focus on innovation and the training for the creation of an “innovation oasis” inside your company to capture your smartest ideas. ToM Master Classes are available online and in a 2½ course by Sirolli.

Over the past three decades, Enterprise Facilitation has demonstrated that the provision of caring, competent, dedicated advice and support to entrepreneurs is as important as the development of physical infrastructures to the development of a stable and prosperous economy.

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