In this third part of The Entrepreneurship and Leadership Series, we will discuss the topic of self-awareness.
The level of self-awareness you have within your business will profoundly impact your chances of success. Learn more about self-awareness and why the skill matters when you are running a company.
To become a small business owner, you have to learn a lot when you first start your company. As your business grows, the learning never stops. It’s important always to be open to gaining more information. Learn why.
If you look at the top reasons startups fail, many of them can be traced back to one thing: poor leadership. When I realized this fact, it did not surprise me. Most people do not realize how leadership skills impact almost everything you do when running a business. Entrepreneurship and leadership go hand-in-hand no matter the size of the company.
Due to this, I decided to put together The Entrepreneurship and Leadership Series. Each post will focus on how leadership skills can impact certain aspects of running a business. This first post will start at the beginning with looking at what is leadership and why leadership matters for the entrepreneur.
The story of my worst job interview ever is a good one. While I did not enjoy the experience the day of, almost ten years later, I cannot help but laugh. Did this experience really happen?
Well, it did happen. In hindsight, maybe I’m glad it did occur because it taught me a few valuable lessons about the interview process.
Entering leadership for the first time is a big step. Even the best managers tend to make mistakes as they start their leadership career. As a new manager, I was not immune. On my path of becoming a well-respected leader, I made mistakes. Here’s my confession to the five big new manager mistakes I made as I started my leadership career and my advice to new managers.