How to be a small business winner

Posted: Thursday, 9 July 2009 @ 10:55

The Cranfield School of Management has identified six behaviours that successful owner-managers possess. Why not test yourself against their list of behaviours which are about:

  • taking control,
  • being confident,
  • being distinctive,
  • being strong
  • making wise decisions
  • being ready to take advantages of opportunities that others will miss.

Nothing particularly novel in the list I don't support but the video on their website explaining these behaviours certainly makes you think.  They challenge you to make sure your business is one of the winners - I don't know about you but I'll take all the help I can get.

Gary Cousins
Business Solicitor

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Gary has been providing legal advice to shareholders, directors and business owners for over 25 years. Specialising in dispute resolution Gary is based in Birmingham with clients throughout the UK and overseas. View profile
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