When it comes to starting and growing a business, personality matters.
How does your personality match up with the requirements of entrepreneurship?
How can you leverage areas of strength and compensate for any gaps?
The Entrepreneur Core Characteristics Profile (ECCP) is designed to help aspiring and practicing business founders understand those characteristics that play a critical role in the day-to-day life of an entrepreneur and in the development of a healthy business. The value of the ECCP lies in gaining insight into how your personality and interests align with what is typically required to launch and grow a successful venture.
You can make effective use of this report on your own, or in conjunction with information found at www.readyfounder.com
The assessment report includes:
- A description of eleven core characteristics associated with entrepreneurship.
- A one-page snapshot of your entrepreneurial profile, showing how much you exhibit each of the characteristics on a percentile scale from 0 to 100.
- A page-by-page interpretation of your score for each of the eleven characteristics, including implications and questions to consider in your entrepreneurial role.
- A self-guided tool to help you identify opportunities and actions.
The ECCP was developed through a collaborative, empirically-based process conducted by industrial organizational psychologist S. Bartholomew Craig, PhD, organizational psychologist Adam Ortiz, Psy.D., and John Bradberry, M.A., entrepreneur, investor, startup advisor, and author of 6 Secrets to Startup Success: How to Turn Your Entrepreneurial Passion into a Thriving Business.
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"6 Secrets to Startup Success: How to Turn Your Entrepreneurial Passion into a Thriving Business"