Becoming an entrepreneurial leader for the first time is one of the biggest transitions in your life and it is likely the most challenging one.
According to the Chartered Management Institute, 44 percent of the entrepreneurial organisations founded in the United Kingdom in 2011 did not survive by 2014 and leadership incompetence was the primary cause of 56 percent of the cases.
So what are the entrepreneurial leaders who succeed doing differently?
The answer is clear.
The key to success is to have a proven system of best practises.
Through my leadership experiences and based on my state of the art research on Entrepreneurial Leadership, I realised that there is an interconnected system of leadership behaviours and management practises that entrepreneurial leaders must know when they step into their first leadership role.
So if you are not getting the necessary guidance and training, your organisation is basically running towards failure and the chances of success are stacked against you.
This is where I can help.
My programme helps you become an effective business leader by teaching a proven system of best practises.
What makes me different?
My passion for this work comes from my own past experiences as an entrepreneurial leader.
Unlike many other coaches, I have actually been there and lived through the tough challenges of leadership and management.
In addition, I created a novel academic contribution by conceptualising Entrepreneurial Leadership.
There is no other coach who can claim this.
I am now devoted to transform rising entrepreneurs into effective business leaders with a proven system that makes other leadership and management programmes redundant.
I teach advanced behaviours and best practises on mindset, time management, entrepreneurial marketing, entrepreneurial human resource management, entrepreneurial leadership, and provide tools to transform rising entrepreneurs into effective entrepreneurial leaders.
I show you exactly how these elements interact with each other.