Take The Valuepreneurship® quick challenge
Please answer the five questions below on a scale of 1-100 to show the level of Valuepreneurship in your organisation?
But first, to help you here is a simple example of valuepreneurship:
Imagine you enter a computer shop to buy a laptop. The salesman shows you a long shelf of laptops and says, “they are all arranged in increasing price order from left to right, and the more expensive ones have the highest processing speeds, RAM, and storage. But on this one we have a special offer ending tomorrow – it’s 20% discounted and comes with a free printer”.
Is he valuepreneurial? or is he driven by himself, his targets, and products? – Definitely the latter.
A valuepreneurial salesman says, “Let me take you to the most relevant laptops for you. What’s your current laptop like?”… By genuinely understanding my priorities and conversing with me, without a desperate sales style, he discovers that I travel a lot and need something compact and light. At the same time, I like making movies and need high resolution and storage. He now shows me the right product relevant to my value. He is not selling me a product but helping me to be more productive on planes and trains, and also, to easily edit movies and even win a movie-making competition. He is a valuepreneur.
Now score these five basic questions, honestly, about your company or your team:
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