Entrepreneur Test

Entrepreneur Test

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ENQUIRE

Reveal entrepreneurial potential

The Entrepreneur Test identifies the necessary skills and entrepreneurial characteristics needed to start a new venture. The assessment analyses 14 key dimensions of personality, motivations, skills, and experiences required to be successful as an entrepreneur.
It also matches with five standard entrepreneurial profiles.

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TARGET PUBLIC

Entrepreneurs and project leaders

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LANGUAGES

English, French, and Arabic

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QUESTIONNAIRE

85 questions

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TIME TAKEN

10-12 minutes

Applications

Support your project leaders with an approach that will secure their decisions and give them confidence in their possibilities for success. The Entrepreneur Test skillfully combines characteristics linked to the candidate’s personality and experience, in order to measure both the behavioral qualities and the skills necessary for starting a business. The results allow you to compare them with 5 typical entrepreneur profiles.

In the Entrepreneur Test, we identify the skills and characteristics required to start a new enterprise. In particular, the key features include identifying strengths and weaknesses, combining personality as well as experience factors, and determining the candidate’s entrepreneurial profile. It examines 14 key dimensions required for success as an entrepreneur, which falls into two groups: 

Personality and motivational factors 

Stress Tolerance, Perseverance, and Tenacity, Persuasiveness, Optimism & Self Confidence, Creativity/ Initiative, Need for Autonomy, Ambition/RiskAbilities, and experience:  

Management, Computing, International Openness, Direction, Occupational Expertise, Marketing, skills 

The customized test report provides an overall score for the candidate, accompanied by personalized comments, detailing the candidate’s strengths and weaknesses, and suggesting areas for improvement. The report also matches the following five standard entrepreneurial profiles.  

The Start-up Entrepreneur 

Entrepreneurs identify gaps in markets and information and create scalable businesses to fill these gaps. They are risk-taking investors seeking to attract venture capital as a result of their high margins and return on investment. Venture capitalists are attracted to start-ups because of the potential for large returns. Upon achieving this goal, they hire agile, skilled employees capable of pivoting as the business expands. Considering their focus on growth, key metrics for success may include customer retention, conversion rates, and gross profit margins.  

The Inventive Entrepreneur 

Inventive entrepreneurs believe they can change the market completely and intend to do so by introducing entirely new products, services, or solutions. Hence, their innovations are unique and improve the lives of their consumers, accomplishing something that other companies are unable to do. Often, these companies disrupt the business landscape in their industry by integrating new technologies that revolutionize the way their customers live. Entrepreneurship of this nature is inherently ambitious and often requires substantial capital in order to gain traction.  

The Craftsman Entrepreneur (or Self-employed) 

Craftsman entrepreneurs are employed in the fields of crafting and creative industries such as journalism, consulting, and information technology. They pay close attention to consumer satisfaction and tailor their services to meet the client’s needs. While they work with a wide range of companies and individuals on a wide range of projects, they are able to meet the high demands of projects even within difficult deadlines.  

The Manager Entrepreneur 

The manager type of entrepreneur is more interested in profiting from existing market structures than in developing new ones. In the course of establishing a company, managers and entrepreneurs are required to supervise and administer the business. As professionals, they often handle a variety of aspects of production in different fields and can diversify their offerings.  

The Trader Entrepreneur 

Trading differs from the other types of entrepreneurs in that traders monitor risks and remain cautious. They are engaged in activities related to trading, such as sales, marketing, and customer service rather than those related to manufacturing or management. Identifying potential markets, stimulating demand, and raising buyer interest in their product will enable them to attract potential customers. Establishing brand loyalty and increasing customer satisfaction are their primary objectives. As entrepreneurs, these individuals are able to explore multiple marketing strategies to promote their company, and they are always on the lookout for new trends.  

The purpose of this psychometric assessment is to analyze the essential behavioral competencies and experiential factors necessary to excel as an entrepreneur. This helps businesses identify potential entrepreneurs and nurture and retain them. By taking this test, you will gain valuable insight into your business style, strengths and weaknesses, and your driving force. This information will help you make the most of your business endeavors. Additionally, it will increase overall efficiency as tasks can be assigned to the appropriate individuals. 

In the Entrepreneur Test, we identify the skills and characteristics required to start a new enterprise. In particular, the key features include identifying strengths and weaknesses, combining personality as well as experience factors, and determining the candidate’s entrepreneurial profile. It examines 14 key dimensions required for success as an entrepreneur, which falls into two groups:  

Personality and motivational factors 

Stress Tolerance, Perseverance, and Tenacity, Persuasiveness, Optimism & Self Confidence, Creativity/ Initiative, Need for Autonomy, Ambition/RiskAbilities, and experience:  

Management, Computing, International Openness, Direction, Occupational Expertise, Marketing, skills 

The customized test report provides an overall score for the candidate, accompanied by personalized comments, detailing the candidate’s strengths and weaknesses, and suggesting areas for improvement. The report also matches the following five standard entrepreneurial profiles.  

The Start-up Entrepreneur 

Entrepreneurs identify gaps in markets and information and create scalable businesses to fill these gaps. They are risk-taking investors seeking to attract venture capital as a result of their high margins and return on investment. Venture capitalists are attracted to start-ups because of the potential for large returns. Upon achieving this goal, they hire agile, skilled employees capable of pivoting as the business expands. Considering their focus on growth, key metrics for success may include customer retention, conversion rates, and gross profit margins.  

The Inventive Entrepreneur 

Inventive entrepreneurs believe they can change the market completely and intend to do so by introducing entirely new products, services, or solutions. Hence, their innovations are unique and improve the lives of their consumers, accomplishing something that other companies are unable to do. Often, these companies disrupt the business landscape in their industry by integrating new technologies that revolutionize the way their customers live. Entrepreneurship of this nature is inherently ambitious and often requires substantial capital in order to gain traction.  

The Craftsman Entrepreneur (or Self-employed) 

Craftsman entrepreneurs are employed in the fields of crafting and creative industries such as journalism, consulting, and information technology. They pay close attention to consumer satisfaction and tailor their services to meet the client’s needs. While they work with a wide range of companies and individuals on a wide range of projects, they are able to meet the high demands of projects even within difficult deadlines.  

The Manager Entrepreneur 

The manager type of entrepreneur is more interested in profiting from existing market structures than in developing new ones. In the course of establishing a company, managers and entrepreneurs are required to supervise and administer the business. As professionals, they often handle a variety of aspects of production in different fields and can diversify their offerings.  

The Trader Entrepreneur 

Trading differs from the other types of entrepreneurs in that traders monitor risks and remain cautious. They are engaged in activities related to trading, such as sales, marketing, and customer service rather than those related to manufacturing or management. Identifying potential markets, stimulating demand, and raising buyer interest in their product will enable them to attract potential customers. Establishing brand loyalty and increasing customer satisfaction are their primary objectives. As entrepreneurs, these individuals are able to explore multiple marketing strategies to promote their company, and they are always on the lookout for new trends.  

The purpose of this psychometric assessment is to analyze the essential behavioral competencies and experiential factors necessary to excel as an entrepreneur. This helps businesses identify potential entrepreneurs and nurture and retain them. By taking this test, you will gain valuable insight into your business style, strengths and weaknesses, and your driving force. This information will help you make the most of your business endeavors. Additionally, it will increase overall efficiency as tasks can be assigned to the appropriate individuals.

Strong points

Analysis of 14 dimensions of personality, motivations, abilities, and experience.

Combines personality factors and experience factors

Renders the entrepreneur profile of the candidate

Comparison with 5 entrepreneurial profiles

NURTURE

We believe that leaders are made. Through careful nurturing, structured learning, and enriching experience. Nurture wins over nature.

EXPLORE

We believe that humans have an unlimited capacity to learn. You may differ in your natural talents, preferences, and learning styles; but YOU can be whatever YOU set out to be. The world is your oyster!

CHALLENGE

The role of a facilitator and trainer in adult learning, is to challenge the assumptions,reframe the experience, and change perspectives. They enable learning by creating conversations that enable the learners to reflect on their own personalities, experiences, and priorities.

COLLABORATE

Teamwork that leads to high, consistent performance, represents the highest form of competitive advantage. Teamwork is not a function of time, role, or situation, but is an outcome of a collective goal – a conscious, consistent, and targeted effort by each of the team members.


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