Early Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy
Entrepreneurial self-efficacy describes your confidence level with entrepreneurial skills and tasks. The four dimensions of entrepreneurial self-efficacy are: searching, planning, marshaling, and implementing.
- Searching – able to identify and develop a unique idea.
- Planning – able to determine the demand for the product and plan successful business operations.
- Marshaling – able to gather human resources and inspire support for the business idea.
- Implementing – able to implement plans and effective protocols related to employees and finances.
Take this quiz to see how confident you currently are in each of these categories. This survey assumes you are just starting to think about entrepreneurship.
Indicate how much confidence you have in your ability to perform the following activities when/if they were needed.
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McGee J, Peterson M, Mueller S, Sequeira J. Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy: Refining the Measure. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. July 1, 2009:965–988.