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Developing a culture of high engagement can only be achieved by being highly dedicated to what you are trying to achieve. Being patient increases our chances of achieving it. Patient people are better people, and effective managers, business leaders. With patience we treat other people with a sense of decency, which in turn increases the possibility they will respond in kind. 

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MORE IDEAS FROM Patience: A virtue in Business and Management.

Why patience is needed
  • To evaluate and research the benefits and risks associated with critical business decisions.
  • To identify practical goals and set realistic expectations on performance.
  • In strategic planning, negotiations and critical thinking which have significant impact on the future of a business. 
  • To achieve the desired levels of success. Any endeavor that could potentially become a great success requires dedicated and persistent efforts. 

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Benefits of practicing patience
  • Optimism: When we are impatient, we are unable to work toward our business goals in a dedicated fashion. We have to be certain that rewards will come from adopting a more mature response. Patience can reward us with positive recognition, better sales, increased customer satisfaction or stronger profits. 

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Criticism of teaching entrepreneurship

There is a high degree of skepticism around the idea that entrepreneurship can be taught in a classroom.

Numerous successful entrepreneurs never went to business school or graduated from college. The abstract analytical models of a typical business school curriculum is generally in conflict with imagination, disruption, and counterintuitive action needed for entrepreneurship. Still, many schools feel there is a place for formal education when looking at entrepreneurship.

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Effective communication

... is imperative for every successful business. Poor communication inevitably causes misunderstandings, confusion and conflicts that hinder productivity and professional relationships.

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