Month: March 2016
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ENTREPRENEUR: TO BE OR NOT TO BE 💼💼
ENTREPRENEUR: TO BE OR NOT TO BE?
Ever wonder if you were cut out for this entrepreneur thing?!?!? Often question yourself whether you innately have what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur?!?!? Well, Harvard Business Review (HBR) conducted a case study to narrow down some of the key traits to gauge whether your are (or not) a successful entrepreneur: persuasion, leadership, personal accountability, goal orientation, and interpersonal skills. (Harvard Business Review, 2013) Based on the research conducted by HBR, serial entreprenuers had above average persuasion and leadership ablity. (2013). Therefore, we can conclude that most strong entreprenuers have the power of persuasion and the ability to lead. What does this mean?!?!? Strong entreprenuers have the ability to wittingly and smoothly convince others to buy into their idea, product or service, and they have the ability to “take the torch and run with it to get the gold”. Persuasion and leadership were the top two, and personal accountability fell shortly below being the third highest trait serial entrepreneurs possess. Many scholars, leaders and researchers have argued that entreprenuership and its qualities can not be taught or learned, but are ones that someone naturally possess. To be or not to be? This is the age-old rhetorical question many of you entreprenuers or aspiring entreprenuers can try to answer and ponder if you have what it takes.
Welcome to #TrendyBizLadySpeaks, the official page of Latasha T. Moore, MBA.
I’m excited that you are interested in finding out more information on how Ms. Moore can be of service to you!
Well, who is Latasha T. Moore, MBA ?!?!
Latasha is a consultant, speaker, business blogger and advocate who uses her motivational and strategic development gifts to birth the visions of individuals and companies. She is the President of Matriarch Management Enterprises Corporation, the management company that houses her business endeavors, and the Principle/Chief Business Strategist of Bennett-Moore Consulting. Mostly regarded as a “behind the scenes” business woman, Latasha has assisted several start-ups and corporations in creating strategic plans, and implementing strategic methods, to achieve desirable, successful outcomes.
Known also for her witty, humorous approach to speaking, Latasha has been credited and praised by many audiences for captivating attendees while imparting knowledge that is understandable for people regardless of their background.
Not only does she consult and speak, but she is a social activist and women’s advocate. She has a sincere passion to advocate and assist the undeserved of the community. She also has piercing desire for women’s equality and rights in the workplace. Her mission is to equip women to be strong players as small business owners and leaders of corporations. Her advocacy efforts include working with organizations such as NAACP, NAN, Miami-Dade Democrats, Black Democratic Executive, just to name a few.
She is a graduate of the University of Florida, where she completed her Bachelors degree. She then moved on to obtain her Masters of Business Administration from South University. Her business experience spans across ten plus years in the for-profit and non-profit sectors.
Latasha’s mission in business is simple: build people who will in turn build strong business. And she will carry out her mission efforts through consulting, speaking, blogging and advocating…
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