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  • Writer's pictureLaci Fair

Why entrepreneurs don’t always make the best managers

Entrepreneurs may not always make the best managers because they can often become too caught up in focusing on the end results and big-picture success, failing to recognize the importance of providing employees with direction, motivation, and leadership. While large ideas, creative problem-solving, and bold decision-making are essential characteristics of a successful entrepreneur, these same traits can become liabilities when managing a team of people. Entrepreneurs must be aware of the impact their actions have on their employees, fostering a collaborative and supportive environment that encourages individual expression and development, rather than trying to control every aspect of the project or organization. They also need to develop their communication and interpersonal skills to effectively motivate and direct their team members. With a focus on creating an environment of collaboration and innovation, entrepreneurs can maximize employee potential and increase the likelihood of achieving their desired outcomes.

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