Working on your emotional intelligence could well be the most important aspect of your personal development. Entrepreneurial Mindset and emotional intelligence are strongly linked. Research has shown that people with higher levels of emotional intelligence enjoy more satisfying and successful careers and relationships and earn more money.
Being emotionally intelligent means you have skills as an individual to progress through life, develop meaningful relationships with others, and have interpersonal skills and understanding to manage those relationships. All these skills are improtant as a leader.
Self-awareness is a learned skill, and will help to improve your confidence and self-esteem. When we have tools to assist us with our self-awareness, we are along way down the path of improvement.
Entrepreneurship is not confined to individual entrepreneurs it a mix of skill sets in all individuals. Knowing where we sit in these skills helps us to better understand our ability to turn ideas into action. These skills are important for business owners, leaders and corporates. The EMP includes areas such as creativity, innovation and risk-taking. When we have strengths in these areas we have the ability to plan and manage projects and lead others to achieve objectives of the organisation.
Self-discovery and learning about ourselves is an important growth concept. Whether you are a leader in the boardroom, or a stay at home mum, it helps you to understand yourself better.
As a coach, when working with the EMP tool it gives great information to reflect upon and consider if changes need to be made. It is not necessarily about being an entrepreneur. It is the mindset that matters. The 14 scales that the EMP measures gives you a snap shot and understanding, so that you have a measurable point.
When working with groups, it allows your team to better understand you, and to build upon your strengths. This tool can even be used when recruiting new staff. So often you can only go from what is on their resume, and maybe what they say in the lunch room. yet are they a good fit for your team?
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The Entrepreneurial Mindset Profile® (EMP) is an exceptional resource you can use to assess 14 scales critical to entrepreneurial success.
The EMP is a cutting-edge assessment tool based on extensive research into the traits, motivations and skills of individuals and teams. An entrepreneurial mindset is what is needed to propel business owners, leaders and students forward. The EMP can help assess the degree to which they are utilising an “entrepreneurial mindset.”
Resilience, being able to think outside of the box, being able to deal with challenges. These are all skills that leaders use daily. The EMP tool allows you to know what you need to leverage, or maybe where you are challenged.
It gives you an insight and self-awareness. Also when working with teams and groups. Wouldn’t it be great if you all knew who other was, and you can look at the group as a whole, and take advantage of the results. How you can make that work.
It measures innovation. It measures where it comes form, the person. The product isn’t innovative, it is the person behind it.
It also picks up of their corporate values. They may even have innovation as a value. This would make it an easy in.
People use it when they join the team, and they then know works well in their existing team, so they can group people and leverage strengths. It gives you a tool to know who everyone else is. Even think in the executive team, and how you work with them.
It is all about mindset. Having the mind right in the first place, enables progress.
Visually see your skills.
Provides a snapshot of where you are on 14 scale, 7 personality, 7 skills. It comes with a development guide providing tips, and helps you determine areas you can leverage, or improve. It is a great tool.
Based on extensive research, the EMP helps individuals and groups leverage their entrepreneurial strengths and target areas for development. In today’s complex business environment, organisations need to make profound shifts in order to stay competitive. Having an “entrepreneurial mindset” is a key factor in your success.