Leadership Essay

1390 WordsOct 16, 20116 Pages
Abstract Bergstrom (2004) interpreted that entrepreneurial leadership has three dimensions: 1) take more risk; 2) favor change to obtain the advantage; and 3) compete aggressively. This paper will discuss the common elements described in the theories/philosophies of Case, Kouzes, and Drucker including how their principles/strategies relate to the new definition of entrepreneurial leadership presented in Understanding Entrepreneurial Leadership in today’s Dynamic Markets. It will outline my leadership style and how it compares to transactional, transformation, visionary, charismatic, principled, and entrepreneurial leadership. This paper provides some information for aspiring entrepreneurs by providing touch points on tools and resources available through the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the website SCORE. There is a compilation of information for entrepreneurs and new business owners can use to gain an advantage on startup obtainable the SBA. Lastly this analysis will communicate my personal principles of leadership and explain why I believe in them. Entrepreneurial Leadership Leadership Strategies, Styles and Personal Principles There are essential common elements described in the theories/philosophies of Case, Kouzes, and Drucker and their principles/strategies relate to the new definition of entrepreneurial leadership presented in Understanding Entrepreneurial Leadership in today’s Dynamic Markets. All of the author’s cases appear to have consistency in that a leader must have a strong hunger for success. The three authors expressed good theories and philosophies on entrepreneurial leadership. Though each of them had their own ways of stating what they thought the make-up of a good entrepreneur was they focused on many of the same things and concurred that with the right balance of characteristics, then succeeding as an

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