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  • 1. www.bluteaudevenney.com
  • 2.
    • “ The Entrepreneurial
    • Leader :
    • Making the Shift”
  • 3. What is leadership? Leadership is the natural actions you take to influence others to work together to achieve a common goal that creates value for others.
  • 4. Leadership is about results – leaders motivate people to greater performance.
  • 5.
    • The leadership advantage:
    • Performance results (60%+)
    • Purpose and career progress (53%+)
    • Customer Satisfaction (53%+)
  • 6. The Ceiling of Complexity Ceiling of Complexity
  • 7. The Challenge: Rugged Individualism
  • 8.
    • The Opportunity:
    • Leading others to …
    • Simplify
    • Leverage
    • Accelerate
    • Multiply
  • 9. The Inconvenient Truth: Only 18% of entrepreneurs proactively develop their leadership advantage - without it they limit their potential .
  • 10. Yet there is no shortage of capacity for leadership.
  • 11. Hope is not the answer.
  • 12. The solution: How do you prepare yourself as an entrepreneur to make the shift to leading?
  • 13. The Dip Learning Experience
  • 14. Leaders are born and made.
  • 15. The Key Point to Remember: Each of us has a natural advantage for leadership that can be learned and developed at any time.
  • 16. The Five Principles of Entrepreneurial Leadership
  • 17. Principle One The Personal Paradigm Shift Success is not a solo sport
  • 18.
    • Understanding strengths for performance
    • Building an effective team
    • Investment vs. cost mindset
  • 19.
    • First and foremost :
    • Leadership starts with you, understanding your natural advantage for being a leader
  • 20. Leadership drives performance. Leaders provide the direction and support for their organization to perform at their best.
  • 21. The Performance Process Motivation Reason Productive Action Affective Conative Cognitive Will Instincts
  • 22. www.bluteaudevenney.com Affective Feeling Conative Doing Cognitive Thinking The three dimensions of the human mind:
  • 23.
    • What is Kolbe?
  • 24.
    • Your Kolbe Action Modes
    • FactFinder Gathering and communicating
    • information
    • FollowThru Sorting and storing information
    • QuickStart Dealing with risks and unknowns
    • Implementor Handling space and tactile efforts
  • 25.  
  • 26.  
  • 27. Obama McCain Ideal Candidate
  • 28. Natural Fit of Each Candidate 80% Fit 85% Fit
  • 29. Studies show that only 18% of workers feel they use their natural instincts. Those that do are five times more productive.
  • 30.
    • Application:
    • Team Performance
    • Hiring and Promoting
    • Communication
  • 31. Principle Two: The Future Based Self Move from Repetition to Innovation and Growth
  • 32. The Higher Law: When you appeal to the highest level of thinking you get the highest level of performance.
  • 33.
    • Motivating through Bigger Futures
    • The Strategic Focus
    • Measuring for Success
  • 34. Principle Three: The Entrepreneurial Economics From Pressure and Doing it All to Focus and Freedom
  • 35. The Key Objective: Engage employees through a culture of ownership and lose the employee mentality
  • 36. The Solution: Under your control
  • 37.
    • The Million Dollar Week
    • Delegating for Growth
    • Drivers of Success and Unique Ability
  • 38. Principle Four: The Value Creator Connecting with the Customer
  • 39.
    • The Fundamental Relationship
    • The Three Sales
  • 40. Principle Five: The Commoditization Trap Experience vs. Product / Service
  • 41.
    • The Largest Cheque
    • The Unique Process Experience
    • Staple Yourself to an Order
  • 42. The advantage of entrepreneurial leadership: More money, more time, and less stress
  • 43. Leadership is a journey. “ Leadership is a journey, not a destination. It is a marathon, not a sprint. It is a process, not an outcome.” John Donahue, CEO – EBay
  • 44. www.bluteaudevenney.com