3 Lessons From Entrepreneurship That Can Boost Job Performance

In my career, I’ve been fortunate to have worked as both an employee and an employer.

There’s no doubt that that the latter caused me to grow and stretch more than ever before, but I thoroughly enjoyed my experiences as an employee and it laid much of my foundation for professional success.

Nowadays at Life Engineer Inc., I get to combine these experiences and help the leaders of organisations to develop a more entrepreneurial approach to their management, strategies and team dynamics, even for those who have never had the experience of full-time entrepreneurship themselves.

Here are 3 tips which I’d like you to consider if you’re an employee. If you’re an entrepreneur, they may help as timely reminders.

Let me know what you think and wishing you a high-performance week ahead!

Gregory Skeete

Gregory Skeete helps S.T.E.M. professionals, executives and business owners to LEAD high performance and ENGINEER success in life and work.He is an international High-Performance Leadership Coach, Trainer and Speaker, certified with Maxwell Leadership, one of the world’s premier institutes for leadership development founded by the highly acclaimed global leadership expert, Dr. John C. Maxwell.Gregory holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering, backed by Industrial Engineering and Process Improvement experience in the manufacturing sector. He has also studied business leadership under a range of other global thought leaders including Dr. Robert Cialdini and Sir Richard Branson, who Gregory during the inaugural YLAI Fellowship Program initiated under former US President Barack Obama.As the Founder of Life Engineer Inc., he has leveraged his range of experience to develop solutions that help individuals and organisations systematically achieve desired results to drive positive change.