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Seven Characteristics of Highly Effective Entrepreneurial Employees

Seven Characteristics of Highly Effective Entrepreneurial Employees

For new venture and organization, it is known that you require a right fit employee for that particular environment. You may ask, what are the characteristics that are important for the entrepreneurial environment? Joe Hadzima has a good piece on this topic – he mentions seven characteristics that he recommends to look for when hiring an employee:

  • Ability to Deal With Risk
  • Results Oriented
  • Energy
  • Growth Potential
  • Team Player
  • Multitasking Ability
  • Improvement Oriented

And in my opinion, that is the characteristics I want to see from an employee, even when the organization has passed the entrepreneurial phase.

Seven Characteristics of Highly Effective Entrepreneurial Employees – [Joe Hadzima]

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Published on January 27, 2020

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