Leadership Skills of Dyslexic Entrepreneurs

“A better understanding is needed about how dyslexia affects adults in the workplace so that the organisations for which they work can help them to reach their full potential for mutual benefit. ”

Professor Julie Logan shares new research about successful entrepreneurs who are dyslexic. Several common patterns were noted:

  • enjoyment working in teams
  • communicate vision by ‘painting in pictures’ and telling stories
  • talking to people and meeting face-to-face, persuasive abilities
  • changing jobs if generating reports becomes a main focus of work
  • delegate certain work and choosing partners who will complement you
  • seeing the picture and using intuition to think out of the box
  • ability to apply new knowledge, see potential

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