Leadership Competence: The Misplaced Emphasis in the Sustenance of Indigenous Entrepreneursidp in Nigeria

Orok B. Arrey


By nature the entrepreneur of his/her percentage on the venture, a leader who must seek opportunity, initiate projects, combine financial and human resources needed for implementing business activities, set goals for him/her self and others as well as directing and guiding people to accomplish organizational objectives. Thus, entrepreneurship is presumed to revolve around leadership competence. This is a dynamic process because individual influences others to contribute voluntarily to attain firm's high performance in a given situation, where it is possible to demonstrate quality of a good leader. In addition, business ideas generated in a complex economic environment require leadership effectiveness and competence, the cornerstone for continuous entrepreneurial existence. It is therefore, pertinent to review and examine the attributes of human competence in fastening leadership styles for entrepreneurship advancement.

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