PUTTING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT ON THE FRONT LINE
How Employees Who Think Like Entrepreneurs Can Propel Your Business
Building a company culture that has an entrepreneurial spirit amplifies the innovation, creativity and results that are possible. It also raises the employee engagement and motivation by giving them more responsibility and recognition. These are 2 essential factors in hiring a younger workforce.
The entrepreneurial spirit is about mindset. It is about the way your managers and front line employees think and solve problems. It is about continuous improvement and being proactive in serving prospects to new solutions.
Here the 3 key questions to help you lead with influence and an entrepreneurial mindset that are taught during this program:
- Are you willing to accept 100% responsibility for your success? The realization that you and only are responsible for what you create is an essential component of being an entrepreneur. This applies across the company to every individual.
- Are you willing to give up perfection and procrastination? This is about the shift to “imperfect action.” Don’t expect success every time, but do expect everyone to learn from their failures. Keep taking action.
- Who are you being to have the success you want? This question cuts to the heart of their thinking, beliefs, and values that will drive their success or lack of success.
Overall, this program will offer new insights to challenge traditional thinking.
I will customize the message with the current challenges observed by the leadership team (gathered through interviews). It will also address the specific culture that you want to establish.
The value of this kind of work is not in the TIME I spend talking. It is in the new awareness to how they are thinking right now. It is a shift from “It’s not my fault” to “I will find a way”. This one concept will change how they set appointments, discuss solutions with prospects and follow up until prospects become clients.
Entrepreneurs learn that they are responsible for their success and use everything available to them to “find a way”. Companies that adopt this culture are growing and serving at a greater capacity. One example in today’s economy is UBER who is exemplifying putting the entrepreneurial spirit on the front line. This has translated into massive growth into new markets.
My goal is to engage that entrepreneurial spirit through an inspiring message, powerful exercises, and new approaches.
When your managers and front line employees make the change from finding an excuse to finding a way, your company will leap forward.