Marketing Education/ The Dynamic Business School
The focus of this paper will be on utilizing the five-factor Leader Behavior Inventory (LBI) as the structure, and various teaching or learning pedagogy and related processes and relationships as the intervening variables in order to help entrepreneurs assess then enhance their potential leadership behavior. In turn, this should foster the decision process necessary to accomplish enterprise building or organizational development thus enhancing the cycle time for critical change. Should the LBI and associated assessment tools and processes indicate such, the best practice strategies may involve bringing in professional management, slowing the growth of the enterprise to allow for leadership development, or an appropriate exit strategy.
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Rudd, Howard F. Jr.; Clarkin, John E.; Kent, Thomas; and Brinson, Robert J. Sr, "Utilizing the Innovative Leadership Behavior Inventory and Relationship Marketing as Critical Elements for Teaching/Learning Entrepreneurial Leadership (EL)" (2010). Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Proceedings 2010. 80.