Entrepreneurial Leadership         Bret L. Simmons, Ph.D.         www.bretlsimmons.com
Today•   Introductions•   Entrepreneurial behavior•   Leadership and work relationships•   Participative exercises•   Brea...
Introductions   •   Name   •   What do you do?   •   Why are you here?   •   Three words other people use to       describ...
Entrepreneurial  • Who is the most entrepreneurial person you    know in your community or organization?  • List three tra...
The Typical Entrepreneur (Shane, 2008)    • White man married in his forties    • Has a working spouse    • Was born in th...
Why Become An Entrepreneur?   • 1/3 loose money   • 1/3 just break even   • 1/3 some degree of profit
Why Become An Entrepreneur?   Satisfaction   • Autonomy   • Flexibility   • Greater control over lives
Entrepreneurial Behaviors   • Comfort interacting with     customers, employees and     investors   • Curiosity   • Creati...
Opportunity Thinking  People tend to discover opportunities    related to what they know. When they    don’t know about so...
Beginner’s  Mind
Leadership  • Who is the best leader you know in your    community or organization?  • List three traits    (personality/c...
Business priority and daily             behavior• What should be the #1 priority of most  businesses? What is the most imp...
Loyal customersRemarkable products/services  Remarkable operations  Remarkable employees          You
Your Core Performance     Technology
Leadership is..     Do the right thing
Leadership is..        Influence       Relationship       Real Change      Shared Purpose
Interdependent Partners
100 Percent    Performance                         CaringMaster, then continuously   We don’t trust people weimprove your ...
Interdependent PartnershipResponsibilityExpectationsAccountabilityLearning
Entrepreneurial Leadership   • What is the one thing you need to work     on to be more entrepreneurial   • What is the on...
Questions?
Bret L. Simmons, Ph.D.www.bretlsimmons.com        @drbret    (775) 336-9576
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Entrepreneurial Leadership

  1. 1. Entrepreneurial Leadership Bret L. Simmons, Ph.D. www.bretlsimmons.com
  2. 2. Today• Introductions• Entrepreneurial behavior• Leadership and work relationships• Participative exercises• Breaks• Questions
  3. 3. Introductions • Name • What do you do? • Why are you here? • Three words other people use to describe you
  4. 4. Entrepreneurial • Who is the most entrepreneurial person you know in your community or organization? • List three traits (personality/character/attitude) and three behaviors (things he/she does) that make this person entrepreneurial
  5. 5. The Typical Entrepreneur (Shane, 2008) • White man married in his forties • Has a working spouse • Was born in the US and has lived here his whole life • Has spent much of his life in the town where he started his business • Is just trying to make a living, not trying to build a high-growth business • Worked previously in the industry in which he started his company, something like construction or insurance or retail • Has no special psychological characteristics
  6. 6. Why Become An Entrepreneur? • 1/3 loose money • 1/3 just break even • 1/3 some degree of profit
  7. 7. Why Become An Entrepreneur? Satisfaction • Autonomy • Flexibility • Greater control over lives
  8. 8. Entrepreneurial Behaviors • Comfort interacting with customers, employees and investors • Curiosity • Creativity • Innovation
  9. 9. Opportunity Thinking People tend to discover opportunities related to what they know. When they don’t know about something, new information on the topic is lost on them and they don’t see opportunities. (Scott, 2009) If you want to be more entrepreneurial, what does this suggest you need to do?
  10. 10. Beginner’s Mind
  11. 11. Leadership • Who is the best leader you know in your community or organization? • List three traits (personality/character/attitude) and three behaviors (things he/she does) that make this person a good leader
  12. 12. Business priority and daily behavior• What should be the #1 priority of most businesses? What is the most important thing that everyone in your business needs to understand is the key to your future?• What is the most important thing you need to do on a daily basis to achieve this priority?
  13. 13. Loyal customersRemarkable products/services Remarkable operations Remarkable employees You
  14. 14. Your Core Performance Technology
  15. 15. Leadership is.. Do the right thing
  16. 16. Leadership is.. Influence Relationship Real Change Shared Purpose
  17. 17. Interdependent Partners
  18. 18. 100 Percent Performance CaringMaster, then continuously We don’t trust people weimprove your job believe don’t care about usEnable EncouragePraise grit Integrity
  19. 19. Interdependent PartnershipResponsibilityExpectationsAccountabilityLearning
  20. 20. Entrepreneurial Leadership • What is the one thing you need to work on to be more entrepreneurial • What is the one thing you need to work on to be a better leader
  21. 21. Questions?
  22. 22. Bret L. Simmons, Ph.D.www.bretlsimmons.com @drbret (775) 336-9576
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