Can’t get your entrepreneurial business to the next level? Are your employees frustrated by your behaviour? Tired of employees taking advantage of you?
If so, it might be your automatic dysfunctional behavioral pattern that is getting in the way of the success of the business.
Entrepreneurs love to do what they love to do. That’s why they start their own business. They don’t want to work for someone else and be told what to do. Whether driven by their passion to succeed, the love of their craft or their desire to help others, they are driven by powerful emotional needs.
Of course this is another way of saying that entrepreneurs like to do what they feel like, what moves them. But how does the Business Enterprise Entrepreneur who loves to market their product feel when they have to do their accounting or the artisan entrepreneur feel when they have to do planning? Simply put, they don’t feel like it.
Why is it important to understand your entrepreneurial dysfunction? Because ultimately it will get in the way of the success of your business if you don’t.
8 Types of Entrepreneurs = 8 Dysfunctional Styles
Based on a century of research in the brain and personality, we have determined there are eight types of entrepreneurs based on how an individual’s brain is organized (based on the Striving Styles Personality System). This means there are 8 normal functional behaviors for entrepreneurs (Entrepreneurial Styles) that will ultimately create dysfunction during stress, change, excessive pressure or chaos. And guess what? Having to do what we don’t like to do creates stress.
In this complimentary webinar, you will learn:
About the Speaker
Heather Hilliard is the Principal of Caliber Leadership Systems and has 20 years of experience working with companies in the areas of leadership transformation, organizational development, strategic performance management and cultural change. Her specialties include leading executive teams and entrepreneurs to create the culture and leadership practices essential for achieving their strategy. She helps clients to understand the behavioural dynamics at work within their business and to bring about meaningful change in alignment with the strategy. Heather is also a recognized and sought after speaker with a reputation for compelling her audience to move forward with her unique insight and perspective.