Challenge: Organisations need to have a competitive edge, be innovative, and track business growth in order to thrive. Identifying employees who demonstrate entrepreneurial potential can assist organisations to develop these requirements. Being able to identify possible high-impact entrepreneurs would allow organisations to harness this talent in order to improve innovation and growth. Research indicates that there are measurable individual differences in entrepreneurial talent, such that some individuals are more successful in entrepreneurial ventures than are others. Specifically, the literature suggests that entrepreneurial differences in people consist of many facets associated with personality and risk. An enriched understanding of how personality preference and risk-taking behaviour aligns with entrepreneurial potential can assist organisations in nurturing these natural tendencies which will potentially lead to organisational growth. Click here to see the results of this study.