To create a standardized psychometric test to assess the “social entrepreneur quotient”. The Social Entrepreneur Quotient (SEQ) test aims to predict the likelihood that someone can become a successful social entrepreneur regardless of their idea, locale, demographic.
Social entrepreneurs introducing major structural changes to society are asking people to change how they do things. If people do not trust the entrepreneur, the likelihood of success is significantly reduced. Sub pillars are: a) Conscientiousness b) Accountability c) Transparency d) Integrity and Trustworthiness e) DiligenceTell Me More
Creativity, in the form of the ability to effectively generate novel solutions to relevant problems, can be a source of significant competitive advantage, especially in rapidly changing environments.
Risk-taking refers to the tendency to engage in behaviors that have the potential to be harmful or dangerous, yet at the same time provide the opportunity for some kind of outcome that can be perceived as positive. Sub pillar of Risk Taking Behaviour are as follows: a) Risk Propensity b) Risk perception c) Risk Behavior d) Risk AttitudeTell Me More
Motivation is the drive of an entrepreneur to maintain an entrepreneurial spirit in all their actions. Sub pillars of motivation are as follows: a) Perseverance b) Focus and Purposefulness c) Financial Motivation d) Achievement e) Autonomy
Openness to change is the entrepreneur's psychological willingness to embrace changes. Individuals with high openness to change perceive changes as normal and good opportunities for growth. Sub pillar of openness to change are as follows: a) Openness to Experience >