October 19, 2018 Written by: Scott Williamson Last week I wrote about applying behavioral economic theory to entrepreneurship. If we accept that there may be some validity to that, then maybe we can move forward with phase two. I think it is fair to say that, as an owner, you are very much interested in “maximizing” the return on your investment, however you define “return.” The question is, “what’s the best way to accomplish that, and can you get out of your own way?” What is the best strategy for leading your company to greatness? Dr. Ryne Sherman is the Chief Science Officer for Hogan Assessments in Tulsa, OK. He says “most of the thinking suggests leaders should be charismatic, attention-seeking and persuasive. Yet such leaders tend to ruin their companies because they take on more than they can handle, are [arrogant], and don’t ...
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