5 Smart Traits of a Successful Intrapreneur

You don't need the CEO title to truly be a boss

You don’t necessarily have to own the business or be the CEO to really be a boss. Intrapreneurship allows employees to take on leadership roles and apply entrepreneurial skills to add value not only to the company they work for but for themselves as a professional, singular brand.

If you can find ways to innovate within your organization and stand out as an employee, you might be on the right path to becoming an intrapreneur. Here are five smart traits, as detailed by Brian Church,  founder and CEO of Ambassadors International, that successful intrapreneurs embody:

1. Entrepreneurial spirit

2. Commitment to innovation

3. Appetite for risk and reward

4. Appetite for competition

5. High confidence and self-esteem

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