Welcome to Eship Learning

Entrepreneurship is a very challenging journey that encompasses a broad range of learning experiences ranging from personal identity and purpose to startup skills, operational effectiveness, and culture management. The Leadership Institute For Entrepreneurs (a DBA of Eship Global, Inc.) has compiled a group of world class online courses that will help you navigate this journey and increase your chances of success!

Self-paced online learning videos

Intrapreneurship requires application of an entrepreneurship mindset, skillset, and toolset inside established organizations.

100+ Lesson Videos

Best In Class Courses For Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs

The FREE DE Module 1 includes the following 4 Learning Video Lessons:

  1. Introduction to Disciplined Entrepreneurship
  2. The Entrepreneurship Journey
  3. Entrepreneurship Ecosystems
  4. Modified Business Model Canvas

Identity Driven Entrepreneurship

Identity Driven Entrepreneurship (IDE) is a course designed to address the issues of personal and team identity, purpose, destiny, and fulfillment for work-life integration in entrepreneurship. IDE covers a range of personal assessment tools and applies learning to define business purpose, culture, and values for maximum productivity, fulfillment, and work satisfaction. Students walk away with an understanding of personal identity & purpose, and how to spot a good business idea that aligns with their identity.

Disciplined Entrepreneurship

Disciplined Entrepreneurship (DE) – Designed to address concepts and content from the book Disciplined Entrepreneurship: 24 Steps to a Successful Startup by MIT Professor Bill Aulet. This is a self-paced, content rich course covering all aspects of a business startup from ideation to operations and scaling. Learning is provided through 36 (10 Min) learning videos with learning objectives, assignments, and a grading rubric. Students walk away with a clear understanding of a systematic approach to entrepreneurship and validation that their business idea is viable, sustainable, profitable and scalable before spending time and money. If already in business, students learn the core fundamentals to achieve product market fit, increase sales and drive revenue growth and business valuation.

Entrepreneurship Operations

Entrepreneurship Operations (EO) – Designed to address the challenges every organization faces with Leading People, Setting Strategy, Driving Execution, and Managing Cash. The course was designed and developed based on the book Scaling Up: Mastering the Rockefeller Habits 2.0 by Verne Harnish. EO provides proven practices for just-in-time learning with real world value. Students gain an understanding of best practices for improving performance, driving growth, and preparation for scaling with plenty of tools for immediate, real world application following the learning.


Curating, Scaling and Managing Culture (CSMC) – Designed for leaders responsible for managing or influencing the culture of their organization. Based on 30+ years of proven practice for culture transformation and change management, the course covers how to curate, scale, and manage culture, new leadership requirements in the 21st century, the impact disruptive innovation has on people and culture, how to manage the transitional stages of change, and how to design and implement a successful innovation project. Students walk away with an awareness of how to design and manage culture as well as an overview of the steps to successfully manage a change initiative or innovation project.


DiSC is one of the most widely used behavioral style instruments in the world. It can be learned in a day, and effectively utilized the rest of your life. This course provides a common language of behavior that allows you to recognize, understand, and value, the general characteristics of the four basic behavioral styles. It helps you identify your own “core” behavioral style so you can recognize your own strengths and potential limitations. DiSC will guide you into developing an action plan to interact more effectively with others, in any behavioral setting, by addressing their motivating factors, and avoiding their fears.