ANCHOR LEAD: A survey from University of Phoenix reveals two-thirds of working adults admit they could be more entrepreneurial in their careers. Brian Osuch finds out how you can take control of your career without changing jobs. (:60)
SCRIPT: Newsbreak, I'm Brian Osuch. Many people think the only way to get a big advancement in business is by making a big move out of your company. Ruth Veloria is executive dean of University of Phoenix School of Business and says it may be wise to stay put and share your big ideas with your current company – it's called being an Intrapreneur and requires three skills…
CUT: (Veloria) The creativity to have the idea, the pitching and sales skills to bring that idea up to the CEO potentially, and then of course perseverance and determination.
SCRIPT: Veloria says it's a great time to be an Intrapreneur because innovation is a priority for many CEOs…
CUT: (Veloria) There's lots of competition today both domestically and internationally. To have those great ideas within your organization is essential to the growth plan of any organization or business today. At the University of Phoenix in addition to the degree programs, we also have small, bite-sized professional development programs in leadership, communication, or simple business plan skills. Make sure you're ready to take on this big idea in your organization.
SCRIPT: For more, go to Phoenix.edu. That's Newsbreak from University of Phoenix.
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