When building a successful team, we usually think about organisational hacks, better tools and new processes. These elements may help you, but the real thing is more profound. It’s all about your mindset: how do you work with people different from you? How much can you adapt your management for others?
It’s been almost a year since Elveo debuted and we’ve worked with over 450 entrepreneurs. Thanks to them, we’ve learned a lot about founders’ successful and unsuccessful behaviours.
Today’s article gives you the most common behavioural mistakes founders make, depending on who they are.
Many different areas make you match with your co-founders: trust, mutual esteem, dedication and so on. From what we’ve observed, the biggest factor is your relationship to power (do you absolutely want to be in charge or not) and the way you decide (are you deciding accordingly to your values, to stay efficient…).
In this article, we will dive into the four ways of decision making and what you need to know before choosing the best match.
At Elveo, we love helping people understand founders’ behaviours. Many of us have a flawed view of them, mainly because of TV shows, movies, books… A good founder isn’t just a confident, hard working, charismatic guy. Exceptional founders are so much more than this and it begins with knowing their own limits.
No matter if you’re recruiting a co-founder or an employee or investing in a startup, seeking behaviours is key and helps drive success.
L’entrepreneuriat s’apparente à un marathon. Il est nécessaire d’avoir un objectif précis à long terme, d’être résilient, de tenir émotionnellement… Partir pour un marathon nécessite quelques préparations. Dans cet article nous vous donnons quelques conseils pour identifier des entrepreneurs marathoniens et en devenir un !