Professor Paul Hannon
Director of the LEAD Wales Programme /Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership
REIS
Telephone: (01792) 606348
Room: IFEL Directors Office - 266B
Second Floor
Talbot Building
Singleton Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • entrepreneurial university
  • higher education
  • entrepreneurship
  • enterprise education
  • Graduate entrepreneurs
  • SMEs
  • entrepreneurial characteristics
  • entrepreneurial learning
  • entrepreneurship educators
  • incubation
  • start-ups
  • business survival and growth
  • owner-manager development
  • entrepreneurial leadership
  • entrepreneurship policy development
  • business support policy and practice

Publications

  1. (2018). 'Is This the End of Universities as We Know Them?' in 'The Future of Universities Thoughtbook'. Amsterdam: Universities Industry Innovation Network.
  2. On becoming and being an entrepreneurship educator: a personal reflection. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 1-24.
  3. & The Role of Entrepreneurial Leadership in City Region Economies: A Case of Developing Small Firm Leaders. In Entrepreneurial Learning City Regions. (pp. 155-179). Springer.
  4. & Entrepreneurship education and the role of universities in entrepreneurship. Industry and Higher Education 30(3), 171-182.
  5. & An investigation into the role of emotion in leadership development for entrepreneurs. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 22(4), 510-530.

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Teaching

  • AR-200 Enterprise and Creativity: Entrepreneurship in Practice

    This generic cross-disciplinary module aims to provide an introduction for learners to: (a) the practice of becoming entrepreneurial; (b) Using creativity and creative thinking to generate and develop opportunities (c) the development of entrepreneurial ways of thinking and doing; and, (d) the exploitation of opportunities in the achievement of value. This practical course will help learners to develop their own ideas and pursue personal achievement by developing and delivering a project that will make a difference in their communities. The module focuses on the underpinning and fundamental requisites for innovation, new venture creation and successful commercialisation ¿ the entrepreneurial mindset, skills and behaviours of individuals who are seeking to create their own futures and make a difference in their world. It emphasises the importance of developing new ways of thinking and doing; the need for self-reliance and self-belief; the capacity for identifying needs and problems and seeing them as challenges and opportunities; the ability to take action, execute solutions, manage risk and failure and take responsibility for the consequences.

  • AR-204 Enterprise and Creativity: Entrepreneurship in Practice

    This generic cross-disciplinary module aims to provide an introduction for learners to: (a) the practice of becoming entrepreneurial; (b) Using creativity and creative thinking to generate and develop opportunities (c) the development of entrepreneurial ways of thinking and doing; and, (d) the exploitation of opportunities in the achievement of value. This practical course will help learners to develop their own ideas and pursue personal achievement by developing and delivering a project that will make a difference in their communities. The module focuses on the underpinning and fundamental requisites for innovation, new venture creation and successful commercialisation ¿ the entrepreneurial mindset, skills and behaviours of individuals who are seeking to create their own futures and make a difference in their world. It emphasises the importance of developing new ways of thinking and doing; the need for self-reliance and self-belief; the capacity for identifying needs and problems and seeing them as challenges and opportunities; the ability to take action, execute solutions, manage risk and failure and take responsibility for the consequences.

  • AR-400 Enterprise and Creativity: Entrepreneurship in Practice

    This generic cross-disciplinary module aims to provide an introduction for learners to: (a) the practice of becoming entrepreneurial; (b) Using creativity and creative thinking to generate and develop opportunities (c) the development of entrepreneurial ways of thinking and doing; and, (d) the exploitation of opportunities in the achievement of value. This practical course will help learners to develop their own ideas and pursue personal achievement by developing and delivering a project that will make a difference in their communities. The module focuses on the underpinning and fundamental requisites for innovation, new venture creation and successful commercialisation ¿ the entrepreneurial mindset, skills and behaviours of individuals who are seeking to create their own futures and make a difference in their world. It emphasises the importance of developing new ways of thinking and doing; the need for self-reliance and self-belief; the capacity for identifying needs and problems and seeing them as challenges and opportunities; the ability to take action, execute solutions, manage risk and failure and take responsibility for the consequences.

  • AR-402 Enterprise and Creativity: Entrepreneurship in Practice

    This generic cross-disciplinary module aims to provide an introduction for learners to: (a) the practice of becoming entrepreneurial; (b) Using creativity and creative thinking to generate and develop opportunities (c) the development of entrepreneurial ways of thinking and doing; and, (d) the exploitation of opportunities in the achievement of value. This practical course will help learners to develop their own ideas and pursue personal achievement by developing and delivering a project that will make a difference in their communities. The module focuses on the underpinning and fundamental requisites for innovation, new venture creation and successful commercialisation ¿ the entrepreneurial mindset, skills and behaviours of individuals who are seeking to create their own futures and make a difference in their world. It emphasises the importance of developing new ways of thinking and doing; the need for self-reliance and self-belief; the capacity for identifying needs and problems and seeing them as challenges and opportunities; the ability to take action, execute solutions, manage risk and failure and take responsibility for the consequences.

  • AR-403 Enterprise and Creativity: Entrepreneurship in Practice

    This generic cross-disciplinary module aims to provide an introduction for learners to: (a) the practice of becoming entrepreneurial; (b) Using creativity and creative thinking to generate and develop opportunities (c) the development of entrepreneurial ways of thinking and doing; and, (d) the exploitation of opportunities in the achievement of value. This practical course will help learners to develop their own ideas and pursue personal achievement by developing and delivering a project that will make a difference in their communities. The module focuses on the underpinning and fundamental requisites for innovation, new venture creation and successful commercialisation ¿ the entrepreneurial mindset, skills and behaviours of individuals who are seeking to create their own futures and make a difference in their world. It emphasises the importance of developing new ways of thinking and doing; the need for self-reliance and self-belief; the capacity for identifying needs and problems and seeing them as challenges and opportunities; the ability to take action, execute solutions, manage risk and failure and take responsibility for the consequences.

  • AR-404 Enterprise and Creativity: Entrepreneurship in Practice

    This generic cross-disciplinary module aims to provide an introduction for learners to: (a) the practice of becoming entrepreneurial; (b) Using creativity and creative thinking to generate and develop opportunities (c) the development of entrepreneurial ways of thinking and doing; and, (d) the exploitation of opportunities in the achievement of value. This practical course will help learners to develop their own ideas and pursue personal achievement by developing and delivering a project that will make a difference in their communities. The module focuses on the underpinning and fundamental requisites for innovation, new venture creation and successful commercialisation ¿ the entrepreneurial mindset, skills and behaviours of individuals who are seeking to create their own futures and make a difference in their world. It emphasises the importance of developing new ways of thinking and doing; the need for self-reliance and self-belief; the capacity for identifying needs and problems and seeing them as challenges and opportunities; the ability to take action, execute solutions, manage risk and failure and take responsibility for the consequences.

  • AR-500 Enterprise and Creativity: Entrepreneurship in practice

    This generic cross-disciplinary module aims to provide an introduction for learners to: (a) the practice of becoming entrepreneurial; (b) Using creativity and creative thinking to generate and develop opportunities (c) the development of entrepreneurial ways of thinking and doing; and, (d) the exploitation of opportunities in the achievement of value. This practical course will help learners to develop their own ideas and pursue personal achievement by developing and delivering a project that will make a difference in their communities. The module focuses on the underpinning and fundamental requisites for innovation, new venture creation and successful commercialisation ¿ the entrepreneurial mindset, skills and behaviours of individuals who are seeking to create their own futures and make a difference in their world. It emphasises the importance of developing new ways of thinking and doing; the need for self-reliance and self-belief; the capacity for identifying needs and problems and seeing them as challenges and opportunities; the ability to take action, execute solutions, manage risk and failure and take responsibility for the consequences.

  • AR-700 Enterprise and Creativity: Entrepreneurship in Practice

    This generic cross-disciplinary module aims to provide an introduction for learners to: (a) the practice of becoming entrepreneurial; (b) Using creativity and creative thinking to generate and develop opportunities (c) the development of entrepreneurial ways of thinking and doing; and, (d) the exploitation of opportunities in the achievement of value. This practical course will help learners to develop their own ideas and pursue personal achievement by developing and delivering a project that will make a difference in their communities. The module focuses on the underpinning and fundamental requisites for innovation, new venture creation and successful commercialisation ¿ the entrepreneurial mindset, skills and behaviours of individuals who are seeking to create their own futures and make a difference in their world. It emphasises the importance of developing new ways of thinking and doing; the need for self-reliance and self-belief; the capacity for identifying needs and problems and seeing them as challenges and opportunities; the ability to take action, execute solutions, manage risk and failure and take responsibility for the consequences.